Following her recent appearance at the 2014 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, the Trinity Yachts-built SKYFALL will be heading to the Caribbean for charter itineraries based in the glorious cruising grounds of the Bahamas and the Virgin Islands. Built in 2010, she has been meticulously maintained to include a refit earlier this year and offers luxurious, comfortable living areas and great facilities.
With design from the renowned Patrick Knowles, SKYFALL’s generous interior living areas have been finished in a simple yet elegant style featuring beautiful wood panelling and beautiful furnishings. Her versatile layout sleeps up to 12 guests in seven staterooms including a full-beam spilt level master suite, one VIP, three doubles and one twin, with four Pullman berths on offer to accommodate staff and children.
Outdoors, her large open deck spaces provide ample room for entertaining and relaxing and offer amenities including a ‘touch and go’ helipad, wheelchairs accessible elevator, and sundeck Jacuzzi. She also offers an extensive selection of watertoys as well as dive equipment – perfect for exploring the kaleidoscopic underwater worlds of the Caribbean.
Weekly charter rates for SKYFALL start at $300,000 plus expenses, contact your charter broker for more details. Alternatively take a look at the full selection of superyachts available for charter in the Caribbean.
58m Trinity Yachts, 2010