IYC’s Mark Elliott Signs Blind Date

Press Release
Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Blind Date

IYC has announced that Mark Elliott has signed Blind Date as a new central listing.

 

  • Blind Date, 161’ (49m) Trinity, 2009,  Asking Price: $24,900,000.00,  Broker/CA: Mark Elliott
  • Mark@IYC.com
  • US cell 305 794 1167; office 954 522 2323o Location: St. Barth’s
  • Blind Date is a quintessential custom Trinity aluminum superyacht fitted with twin 2,250 Hp Caterpillar engines and shewill cruise at more than 17 knots. Her contemporary interior is by award-winning USA designer Patrick Knowles. Blind Date’s modern and sophisticated look works perfectly for her new owner’s personalization with choice of artwork, sculptures and decorative appointments. The owner’s full width cabin is split level with a king bed on one level and a private lounge area with panoramic views through curved windows on the other. His shower-room and her bathroom are en-suite and excellent wardrobe space is provided. One twin and three double guest cabins are located on the lower deck. There are two Pullman berths in addition. Blind Date is designed to make full use of the exterior deck spaces. This allows her owner exclusive use of the huge sundeck and bridge deck where her owner and guests can dine fully shaded from the sun if desired and enjoy 180º views from the seating area in front of the bridge. Her tenders are be carried on the aft deck. Blind Date is without question among the finest yachts delivered by Trinity. She is sophisticated and elegant, contemporary and comfortable in all respects.
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