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Megayachts Blind Date,_ Piano Bar_ each drop by $1 million on brokerage market.

December 18, 2013
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161 Trinity megayacht Blind Date

The asking price on the 161-foot Trinity Blind Date has just dropped by $1 million. Courtesy IYC

International Yacht Collection has announced $1 million price drops on two of the megayachts it is representing on the brokerage market.

First is the 161-foot Trinity Blind Date, whose asking price is now $21.9 million. She is a 2009 build with a strong charter record, able to accommodate as many as 12 guests in five staterooms. Her main-deck master is unusual in that it is split-level with an observation lounge up top and a sleeping area down bottom — the opposite of what was done on previous 161 Trinity builds. Interior décor is by Patrick Knowles.

Also with a $1 million price reduction from IYC is the 156-foot Picchiotti Piano Bar. She is a 1982 build that accommodates 12 guests in three staterooms, and that also earned her share of charter business in locations including western Mexico. Her current asking price is $4.9 million.

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Blind Date is available for viewing in Miami, while Piano Bar is in San Diego, California. Contact broker Mark Elliot or see the full listings at www.iyc.com.

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