FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Sep. 18, 2015 — Trinity Yachts’ superyacht Skyfall, released in 2010, continues to make headlines as it goes up on the market. United Yacht Transport, the North American leader in boat transport, takes a look inside the walls of this beautifully crafted and exquisite vessel.
John Staluppi’s yacht Skyfall is now being sold by Worth Avenue and International Yacht Collection. Staluppi, also known as the “James Bond yacht flipper,” has owned 18 vessels that he has redone, each named after a Bond film.
This revamped yacht comes with a price tag of $35 million for a multitude of reasons. Equipped with a master suite, study, lounge, master bathroom, saloon, theater, 2 VIP suites, 7 guest cabins, and a formal dining area that accommodates 14 people, spaciousness is not an issue for Skyfall. Each cabin has a 42 inch television and its own connected bathroom. There is a sweeping sky lounge and aft deck which makes her perfect for entertaining family and friends. Also, the gigantic sun deck is home to a hot tub, bar, and plunge pool.
Skyfall allows for easy transportation both onto and inside of the vessel. Complete with a helicopter pad, multi-car garage, and an elevator with wheelchair access, it seems that designer Patrick Knowles has thought of every accommodation. Skyfall’s maximum speed is 20 knots and has a range of 4,000 nautical miles at 10 knots. She doesn’t contain any speed stabilizers, and is currently residing in Florida until further notice.
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