Peter Insull's Yacht Marketing announces that it has been appointed Central Agent for the charter of the brand new 161' Trinity Blind Date, which was one of the stars of the recent Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.
The yacht will charter in the Caribbean this winter, based in St Maarten. Her summer location has yet to be determined but the Owner would consider either New England or the Western Mediterranean depending on the level of interest from potential charterers.
Blind Date accommodates 10 guests in five ensuite staterooms, including a unique split-level master suite on the main deck. Another feature of this superyacht, completely innovative for a Trinity, is that her tenders are stored on the main deck, leaving the upper deck and sun deck completely free and uncluttered. This means that owners and charterers can relax in privacy and the crew can work on the tenders without disturbing the guests. It also creates much more deck space for guests to enjoy.
The interior of Blind Date was designed by the versatile and very talented Patrick Knowles, in close collaboration with the Owners, and has been described as "inspired by 1940's Hollywood glamour". It is sophisticated and elegant, but at the same time resolutely contemporary and comfortable.
The charter rates for Blind Date have been set at US$ 235,000 - US$ 260,000 for this winter and at US$ 238,000 - US$ 280,000 for next summer.