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36m Trinity yacht Marsha Kay sold

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Jason Spinks

RJC Yacht Sales has announced the sale of the 35.96-metre Trinity yacht Marsha Kay, which will be renamed Hog Heaven. Both the seller and buyer were represented by Bob Cury during the transaction.Trinity yacht Marsha KayDelivered to her original owner in 1998, she boasts an in-house naval architecture and exterior design, while Dee Robinson Interiors designed the interior of the 251GT superyacht. On board, there is room for up to eight guests in either the owner’s suite, two doubles and twin staterooms, all of which feature ensuite bathrooms and entertainment centres. 

With the installation of a new custom interior during her 2007 refit, and undergoing regular updates since, Marsha Kay features a spacious main saloon and dining area, and an oversized aft deck for al fresco dining. Guests can also enjoy the large sundeck with centreline Jacuzzi on the flybridge, large dining area sunpads, full bar and gas grill.

Marsha Key layoutPhoto: Trinity Yachts
Marsha Kay can accommodate five crew and is propelled by CAT C32 Acert engines, which enables her to reach top speeds of 24 knots and to cruise speed of 12 knots.

At the time of sale, Marsha Kay had an asking price of $4,950,000.

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