Charter Yacht 'Zoom Zoom Zoom' Sold

Press Release
Monday, November 26, 2012
Charter Yacht Zoom Zoom Zoom: Photo credit IYC

International Yacht Connection IYC sells the Trinity yacht to Gilman Yachts but it will remain in IYC's charter fleet.

Zoom Zoom Zoom is an MCA compliant aluminum tri-deck motoryacht. At the time she was delivered she was the fastest yacht of her size (she can run effortlessly at 23 knots); she still out performs yachts currently entering the market. Zoom Zoom Zoom has a rich history having been awarded the Best Boat of 2005 by Showboats International and Winner of the Best Semi-Displacement Motoryacht 40m+ Award at the Showboats Awards in 2006.

Her full beam bridge deck lounge offers exceptional roominess for al fresco entertaining prior to retiring. The full beam, split level master suite on ZOOM ZOOM ZOOM is an Evan Marshall signature feature, with forward facing vertical windows allowing for panoramic views, and more than 9' of headroom.

With an extensive refit and thorough maintenance work in 2009, she is fully ready to cover a lot of water in remarkable time taking her owner and guests to destinations far and wide.

IYC incorporates all disciplines of the large yacht business through yacht management and brokerage, new large yacht construction services, yachts vacation, charter marketing, yacht management and crew placement.


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