"Wheels" 164' Trinity 2009


$ 28,750,000


  • Year: 2009
  • Type: Motorboat
  • Length (in Ft): 164
  • Make: Trinity Yachts
  • Model: Motor yacht

Location : Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 33316

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The main aft deck can be air conditioned or heated as desired. A rectangular table seats up to 12 guests. The 42" Plasma TV folds down and is complemented by a state of the art entertainment sound system. The Main Salon/Dining area is a large open area with wet bar aft and comfortable yet elegant seating enhanced by a full entertainment system (complete with 60" Sat-TV). Forward is the dining area with a 200 year old Carolina Walnut wood dining table with seating for up to 12. A day head is located on the starboard side adjacent to two (2) floor to ceiling wine cabinets. The upper aft deck offers alfresco dining for up to 12 guests at the custom made high-gloss round table. This deck also offers additional conversational seating areas with custom made chairs as well as bench seating. The upper aft deck can be air conditioned or heated and is equipped with surround sound. The full beam Skylounge has a Walnut wood bar with Onyx marble inlay, seating for 6 that is easily accessible from the outdoor dining and entertainment areas. There is an L-shaped sofa, two chairs and a 52" fold down TV for casual relaxing. The day head is located in the hallway port side. The Wheelhouse features custom Buckskin leather bench seating paralleling the navigation controls. The spectacular sundeck features an 8 person Jacuzzi, a wet bar with icemaker, refrigerator, sink and seating for 5, Elliptical machine, and a teak table that seats 12 comfortably. The 50" plasma Sat-TV drops down from the overhead and swivels. The day head is located to port and forward are lounge chairs and observation seating. The garage houses a crane to deploy the tender and the (2) 3-person waverunners.

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