Interested in a Blind Date?

The price just dropped $2 million on this 161-foot Trinity with a split-level master suite.

161-foot Trinity motoryacht Blind Date
Blind Date recently had a price reduction of $2 million.Courtesy International Yacht Collection

The 161-foot Trinity_ Blind Date_ is named in honor of the first date that brought the owners together. Might magic strike twice — at least with a buyer who feels kismet when stepping on board?

Broker Mark Elliott at International Yacht Collection sure hopes so. He holds the listing on the 2009 build, which recently had a $2 million price drop and now is for sale at $19.9 million. The yacht comes with a strong charter background and lots of potential for future bookings.

Features include a split-level master stateroom that was unusual for Trinity when it launched, as it was the first to put the bed on the lower level and an observation lounge on the top level (instead of vice versa). Patrick Knowles handled the interior décor, which is filled with muted blues, grays and silvers for a romantic effect in keeping with the yacht’s name.

Blind Date accommodates 12 guests in five staterooms, with extra quarters for 10 crew. Cruising speed is 14 knots and top speed is 18 knots. Power is a pair of 2,250-horsepower Caterpillar diesels.

More details are at www.iyc.com.