, 2022-10-18 06:45:00,
The article was written by Jack Mahoney, Director of Boathouse Auctions for SuperYacht Times.
The past two years have seen unprecedented demand for superyachts, with shipyards and brokerage firms securing record sales. Builders have signed so many contracts that the majority have full order books through 2026. Brokerage firms, meanwhile, sold 77 percent more yachts in 2021 than in 2020, according to estimates by market trackers. This is all great news, of course. It reflects the soaring number of ultra-high-net-worth individuals and the increasing awareness of how superyachts allow escaping crowds for quality time with family and friends. However, it also presents problems. Buyers don’t necessarily want to wait five years for a yacht to start construction—or waiting seven to eight years to take delivery. Additionally, since brokerage inventory is lower, fewer buyers find what ticks all the boxes.
There is a solution, however. A partially constructed, six-stateroom project from a renowned American superyacht builder is in Mississippi, seeking a buyer. She’s a 168-foot Trinity Tri-Deck superyacht, about 40 percent complete and hitting the auction block in November. Boathouse Auctions, a turnkey, online yacht-auction platform connecting prequalified buyers with motivated sellers, is selling her. Several factors, ranging from her pedigree to her cost to complete, make this a very attractive opportunity.
Trinity‘s History and Lineage
Trinity Yachts began in…
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