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The 190-foot Trinity Skyfall is on the brokerage market. Asking price: $35 million.

Trinity yacht Skyfall

Trinity yacht Skyfall

Mark Elliott at International Yacht Collection and Peter Thompson at Worth Avenue Yachts have signed the 190-foot Trinity Skyfall as a co-central listing for sale, with a new asking price of $35 million (down from $36.5 million).

Skyfall is being marketed as the largest, fastest, Bahamas-friendly, shallow-draft, semi-displacement yacht on the world's brokerage market today. She is a 2010 build that had a new paint job last year, with onboard features including a three-deck wheelchair-accessible elevator, touch-and-go helicopter facility, tender garage and seven staterooms for a maximum of 17 guests.

Interior décor is by Patrick Knowles and features Honduran mahogany, maple burl and wenge. The main deck includes a wine cellar, and the upper deck has an air-conditioned aft deck. The helipad is on the sundeck along with a bar, hot tub and separate pool.

Top speed on Skyfall is 21 knots, and her draft is 8 feet 6 inches. Her range at cruising speed is 4,600 nautical miles. She is able to access shallow bays as well to cross oceans, an unusual combination in her size range.

External deck space: more than 3,700 square feet

Internal space: more than 7,200 square feet

Call for a private showing: either www.iyc.com or www.worthavenueyachts.com