The SKYFALL yacht is Trinity Yacht’s custom motor yacht built in 2010 and fully refitted in 2018. Her modern styling and superb upkeep make her one of the best charter yachts to have a lavish cruise experience.
She offers a perfect get-away with lots of on-water activities and a luxe atmosphere for relaxation. This 57.91m beauty is cleverly designed to maximize all living spaces where guests can enjoy the best of alfresco living.
On top of that, she is also wheelchair friendly equipped with a beautiful utility elevator accessible from the common deck to the sky lounge. There is no doubt that she is a hybrid of the latest marine technology and exquisite styling.
|Designer:||Trinity Yachts, LLC|
|Interior Designer:||Patrick Knowles Designs|
|Price:||US $33 million|
|Annual Running:||US $3.3 million|
|Owner:||Roy E Carroll|
SKYFALL yacht interior
This archetypical yacht owes its luxurious interior design to Patrick Knowles. The urban contemporary styling highlights huge, illuminated spaces with an intricate blend of wood designs from Honduran mahogany, European maple burl, Australian lacewood, Wenge, and exquisitely etched glasses.
As you enter from the aft to the main deck salon, guests will be greeted with a unique foyer pseudo wine cellar that leads directly to the spacious entertainment room with comfortable seating and a formal dining room for a dozen people.
She is also equipped with a sky lounge that is packed with large windows for panoramic viewing, a 60-inch flat-screen television, a game table, and a Tiger’s eye bar.
She is defined by her luxurious fittings, generous layouts, and exceptional attention to detail.
The SKYFALL yacht is 59.71m long with a 2.59m beam and 2.59m draft. She is powered by 2 Caterpillar engines with 3384 horsepower each. She has a cruising speed of 13.5 knots and can go up to 21 knots at maximum speed. At normal cruise speed, she has a range of 4600 nautical miles.
SKYFALL also boasts an advanced stabilization system with anchor stabilizers that gives onboard comfort whether at anchor or on rough waters.
The SKYFALL yacht can accommodate 12 guests in her six lavish staterooms and an additional 13 cabin crews to make sure every guest’s need is catered.
The master staterooms are designed to be split-level. The lower spaces house the lounge, private study, and Jacuzzis, while the loft space is where guests can comfortably rest in the VIP beds opposite the large windows that offer ambient light and a 270-degree viewing experience.
Her amenities include tenders, wave runners, seabobs, paddleboards, pedalboards, a swimming pool with jellyfish net, water skis, wakeboard, inflatable toys, trampoline, and snorkeling gears, among others.
This all-aluminum unique SKYFALL yacht is designed to have a shallow draft allowing her to wade in shallow waters.
Her outdoor living spaces showcase an exquisite sun deck where guests can enjoy the panoramic view while relaxing. She is also equipped with a hot tub, splash pool, and luxurious sun pads.
She was bought for $36.95 million and was listed for sale again in October 2014 for $36.5 million.
SKYFALL yacht owner
She was owned by John Staluppi, an American entrepreneur, car magnate, yacht maker, and philanthropist.