Denison Yachting has announced the sale of Double Trouble - a 49.85-metre Turquoise motor yacht built in 1994 - thanks to Justin Onofrietti of Denison having represented the buyer and Darrell Hall of YachtZoo having represented the seller.Photo: Merijn de Waard / SuperYacht TimesDouble Trouble, formerly known as La Naturalle Dee, features naval architecture by Dubois Naval Architects. Both her exterior and interior design originally come from the drawing boards of Donald Starkey Designs and she was restyled and refitted extensively in 2014.
Up to 10 guests can be accommodated onboard Double Trouble in five staterooms, and she can sleep 10 to 12 crew in six cabins. The guests’ staterooms include a master suite and a children’s suite with a playroom on the main deck, as well as two double staterooms and a twin suite on the lower deck, which also boasts a spacious movie theatre.
Double Trouble’s sundeck boasts large sunpads, forward hot tub and a helipad on the foredeck. The yacht’s dining room is ideal for large dinner parties, with a table comfortably seating up to 10 guests. It also has a grand piano and a games table.
Double Trouble is equipped with CAT 3412 DITA engines with a combined 1528hp, allowing her to reach up to 15.5 knots and to cruise at 13 knots. At the time of sale, Double Trouble’s asking price was €5,500,000.