The 189.99-foot motor yacht “SKYFALL” is a luxurious vessel that was built in 2010 by Trinity Yachts. The yacht’s exterior design and engineering package were created by the in-house team at Trinity Yachts, while the interior design was done by Patrick Knowles. The interior of “SKYFALL” is described as “urban contemporary with overtones of Zen” and features a variety of woods, stones, etched glass, and unusual materials like petrified tree trunks. The yacht can accommodate up to 12 guests in seven rooms, including a split-level master suite, VIP stateroom, three double cabins, twin cabin, and four Pullman beds. There is also space for a crew of 13 to ensure that every need is met.
“SKYFALL” has a number of outdoor areas for alfresco dining, including a sundeck with a hot tub, a shallow splash pool, and sun pads. The interior also has a sky lounge with a Tiger’s Eye bar top and a games table. The yacht is equipped with a state-of-the-art stabilization system that reduces roll motion and offers a smooth cruising experience. It can reach a top speed of 21 knots and cruises at a more economical 14 knots, with a range of 1,666nm from its 22,000-litre fuel tanks.
“SKYFALL” has an extensive selection of water toys and accessories, including two SeaDoo Sport GTR 130 SE WaveRunners, waterskis, diving equipment, a sea bob, wakeboards, bikes, inflatable water toys, and paddleboards. The yacht also has two tenders, including an 11.3-meter Intrepid Tender. “SKYFALL” is available for luxury yacht charters in the Caribbean this winter and is already accepting bookings for cruising in the Mediterranean this summer.