Latest IYC Superyacht Listing

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Tuesday, September 03, 2013
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International Yacht Collection's (IYC) Mark Elliott has signed up the superyacht ENCORE as a new central listing for the yacht brokers.

Main details

  • ENCORE 150’ (45.72m) Trinity 1998/2004
  • Asking Price: $11,900,000
  • Broker/CA: Mark Elliott, 305.764.1167, Mark@iyc.com o Newport, Rhode Island, USA

ENCORE is a custom Trinity Yacht throughout. Built with Trinity’s unique capabilities to meet owner criteria through the synergy of in-house naval architecture and design prowess and a beautifully appointed interior by Dee Robinson, IYC say that the ENCORE represents exceptional value.

IYC add that ENCORE’s salon is unmatched for light and a feel for the sea with panoramic windows and a view enhanced by warm cherry wood panels. A formal dining area is separate and forward of the salon and features a lovely round solid wood table and comfortable dining chairs. Alfresco dining is aft of the main salon doors under a huge shaded deck.

The listed yacht is also perfect for water enthusiasts, boasting a full beam extended swim platform. ENCORE has an 8.5m (27.9ft) beam and 2.2m (7.5ft) draft; she is powered by 2 CAT 2250HP engines capable of 12-20 knots, and includes zero speed stabilizers when at anchor.

IYC offices are located in strategic ports of call: Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach, Florida, Newport, Rhode Island, Nassau, Bahamas, St. Maarten and Monaco.
 

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