Destination Fox Harb’r Too

  • Photo by Shaw McCutcheon
    Photo by Shaw McCutcheon
  • Photo by Shaw McCutcheon
    Photo by Shaw McCutcheon
  • Photo by Shaw McCutcheon
    Pilot House. Photo by Shaw McCutcheon
  • Photo by Shaw McCutcheon
    Galley. Photo by Shaw McCutcheon
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    Dining. Photo by Shaw McCutcheon
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    Master Bedroom. Photo by Shaw McCutcheon
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    Aft Deck. Photo by Shaw McCutcheon
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    Main Salon. Photo by Shaw McCutcheon
  • Photo by Shaw McCutcheon
  • Photo by Shaw McCutcheon
  • Photo by Shaw McCutcheon
  • Photo by Shaw McCutcheon
  • Photo by Shaw McCutcheon
  • Photo by Shaw McCutcheon
  • Photo by Shaw McCutcheon
  • Photo by Shaw McCutcheon

    The Trinity Destination Fox Harb’r Too takes its name from the award-winning Fox Harb’r Golf Resort & Spa in Nova Scotia, with which the boat also shares its owner. Designer Patrick Knowles refers to the decor as a "five-star spa," an apt description given the granite and travertine stonework, lacewood and mahogany woodwork, and pebble-filled bathroom tiles. While the interior furnishings of many other yachts this size are high-gloss and ornate, Destination Fox Harb’r Too’s are natural and calming. But that does not mean the yacht, which accommodates 12, is anything less than luxurious. Its master suite, for example, features a stunning split-level design and a panoramic view over the bow.

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