Not One But Two Blind Dates Are On Offer

Burgess have been appointed Joint Central Agents for the sale of the 49 metre Trinity built Blind Date and the 41 metre Lurssen built Blind Date originally launched as Xenia
Both yachts have also been signed by the brokerage house for charter as sole Central Agents and have joined the company’s fleet of operationally managed yachts.

Blind Date 48.9m (160.5ft) – 2009, Trinity Yachts Inc, USA
One of the newest Trinity 161s, she has  a strong charter track record and a solid following. 
Available for immediate purchase, is heading to the Mediterranean for the summer season where she will be available for inspection according to her charter schedule. This yacht comes with USD 1.5m of guaranteed charter income in the first year of ownership.
Form, function, colour and texture have been combined to fulfil the owner’s brief of fun, relaxed superyacht living.  With sophisticated interior styling by the renowned designer Patrick Knowles, a neutral, light palette is highlighted by accents of silver, grey and wood creating a theme of old-school glamour from the Hollywood era.
Designed to maximise outdoor enjoyment, the yacht features a spectacular sundeck with a centrally-located jacuzzi surrounded by enormous sunpads.

Numerous other seating, lounging and dining areas are spread across her spacious decks.
Accommodation is provided for up to 12 guests in five cabins.

A stunning forward-facing, split-level owner’s suite on the main deck is an entirely private area and contains a private lounge with panoramic views, his and her bathrooms and excellent storage facilities.

Elegantly appointed guest accommodation is housed on the lower deck in three double cabins (one with pullman), and one twin cabin (with pullman), which can be converted to a double. 
The highly regarded, innovative  superyacht represents an opportunity to acquire a project with a turnkey charter business in time for this summer. 
Summer 2011 Charter Rates – Mediterranean:
USD 280,000 per week – high season, MYBA Terms
USD 238,000 per week – low season, MYBA Terms

Blind Date  41m (134.5ft) – 1995 Refits (2004/5), Lurssen-Werft, Germany
Lurssen pedigree combines with stunning new interiors from award-winning designer Patrick Knowles on board this 41m yacht. Outstanding engineering and excellent build quality are evident throughout.
Originally built as Xenia for a European owner she was housed out of the water in covered facilities each winter,.

She was refitted in 2004/5, during which time the interior was entirely rebuilt to create a calm, ‘Zen-like’ environment throughout. The yacht has subsequently benefited from the care and attention of an experienced owner together with a thorough, ongoing maintenance and upgrade schedule.
Her shallow draught allows her great flexibility in accessing diverse cruising grounds and anchorages.  She also runs to an impressive maximum speed of 22 knots.  
Accommodation for 8 guests is provided in a fantastic forward facing VIP cabin on the main deck with 180 degree panoramic views, a full beam master suite, which includes its own lounge area and two further double cabins.

The interior layout is extremely well conceived and affords a feeling of space that belies a yacht of this length.
Blind Date is commercially registered and is a proven, highly successful charter yacht in good condition. Her fantastic deck spaces and light-filled interior offer wide appeal to both the private client and charter markets. 
Asking Price – USD 9,500,000
Summer 2011 Charter Rates – Mediterranean:
USD 133,000 per week – high season, MYBA Terms
USD 112,000 per week – low season, MYBA Terms