US brokerage house Denison Yachting has announced the recent sale of the 49.07-metre Trinity superyacht Hunter, with Kurt Bosshardt representing the seller and Patrick Hopkins the buyer in the in-house deal. Built by Trinity Yachts in 2008 to ABS class, Hunter’s naval architecture and exterior lines were completed in-house, while the Fort Lauderdale-based design firm Patrick Knowles Designs was entrusted with her interior designs. Photo: Denison YachtingFeaturing an aluminium hull and superstructure, the tri-deck motor yacht Hunter is characterised by a deep champagne-coloured hull, large deck spaces and the assured potential for various on-board entertainment activities.
As guests board Hunter, they’re welcomed by a spacious aft lounging area that comfortably seats eight. Continuing up to the sun deck, guests will find a Jacuzzi, padded lounging areas, a bar with stools and chaise lounges where they can unwind under the sun or recline in the shade.
Located on the main deck, a custom casino decked out with a large TV and movie area is the ideal space to entertain guests indoors. For those looking for a more tranquil atmosphere, an air-conditioned sky lounge featuring a TV and movie area is available on the bridge deck. In addition, Hunter is fully equipped with iPod docking stations, Crestron Touchpad lighting and audiovisual systems, and an integrated telephone system, allowing guests to connect as much or as little as they like. Photo: Benoit DonneInfluenced by European spa resorts, Hunter’s Patrick Knowles-designed interiors showcase a sophisticated assortment of tailored fabrics, a rich palette of Redwood Burl, Lacewood, Macassar ebony and Honduran mahogany, while satin nickel accents add to her overall smart and cool ambience.
Hunter can accommodate up to 12 guests across six cabins comprising a bi-level master stateroom, four double staterooms and one twin stateroom. Meanwhile, a crew of up to 10 sleeping in six cabins can cater to their needs. An elegant spiral staircase located starboard connects the levels from the lower stateroom deck to the sky lounge deck.
Power is provided to the 470 GT motor yacht Hunter by twin Caterpillar 3512B diesel engines with 1,790 hp each that allow her to reach a top speed of 20 knots or cruise at 16 knots. At an economical cruising speed of 12 knots, Hunter has a cruising range of 3,000 nautical miles. Additionally, she is equipped with zero-speed stabilisers to ensure the comfort of her guests at all times. At the time Hunter was still listed as a yacht for sale, she had a final asking price of €11,616,389. Photo: Trinity Yachts