Blind Date (by Trinity)

    Trinity's Blind Date, launched in summer 2009, is based on the Louisiana builder's popular 160-foot series. But the owner, a Manhattanite, wanted a larger master suite as well as more space on the top deck. Trinity was able to accommodate by creating a split-level owner's suite on the main deck, complete with a huge skylight looking forward. For the upper deck, the builder moved the tender to the main deck, freeing up the entire top deck. The two areas now look like spaces on a much larger yacht. Interior design by Patrick Knowles is contemporary American, in keeping with the owner's taste.

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