Tricon’s Argos Gulfstream 92 Finalist for Yacht Award

Thursday, September 09, 2010

Tricon Marine announced that its Argos Gulfstream 92 (G92) has been chosen alongside the Ferretti Custom Line 124 and Sunseeker 130 Predator as a finalist in the “Flybridge over 24 meters – Innovation” category for the “World YACHTS Trophies”. Tricon’s Argos G92 is the first China-built yacht to reach the "World YACHTS Trophies" finals.

The 91.8-ft Argos G92 features a private master SkySuite stateroom amidship on the second deck. The SkySuite has expansive windows that provide 270-degree panoramic views and abundant natural light. In addition to the SkySuite stateroom, the Argos Gulfstream models offer crew-free living space, flexible split-level sun decks, three well-appointed guest staterooms and crew quarters for four.

The World YACHTS Trophies awards ceremony will be held on Saturday, September 11, 2010 at the Festival International de la Plaisance de Cannes, France.

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