Here’s your big chance to sit at the helm of a secret-agent-worthy yacht: The 190-foot Trinity Skyfallhas just been listed for sale with Worth Avenue Yachts at an asking price of $36.5 million and will be available for tours during this month’s Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.
Skyfall was built in 2010 and is being marketed at what Worth Avenue calls “an aggressive price [by] an experienced and realistic owner.
” News of the Trinity listing comes about a month after delivery was taken on the 150-foot Palmer Johnson Skyfall II, which we reported in September.
The owners are John and Jeannette Staluppi, who are longtime yachting enthusiasts.
They also recently announced they are stepping aside from the under-construction, 223-foot Project Skyfall at Sunrise Yachts.
Skyfall accommodates as many as 17 guests in seven staterooms. She has a touch-and-go helipad, a wheelchair-capable elevator that accesses three decks, a split-level, full-beam master suite, air conditioning on her aft deck as well as indoors, a custom-designed wine cellar and interior décor by Patrick Knowles featuring Honduras mahogany, maple burl and wenge.
“With a draft of only 8 feet 6 inches, a top speed of 21 knots and a maximum economical range of 4,600 nautical miles, she combines true oceangoing capability with the versatility of reaching those shallow secluded bays and marinas that are impossible for most yachts this size,” broker Peter Thompson stated in a press release.
Previously named Mi Sueno her luxurious interior was designed by Patrick Knowles and her exterior styling is by Trinity Yachts. Her exterior is styled by the Trinity Yachts team who are also responsible for the entire engineering package. The yacht’s luxury interior styling is the work of Patrick Knowles
To arrange a tour with Thompson during the Fort Lauderdale show, visit