|PRICE FROM||$190,000 / Per Week|
34’ Custom Intrepid w/full electronics rigged for fishing and diving
18’ Twin Hull Nautica RIB with Beach Ramp for easy access
2 Ocean Kayaks with seats
Complete Saltwater Fishing Tackle Outfit
8 complete sets of SCUBA Gear
Assorted tow toys
Neoprene Safety Vests
Sky-deck Jacuzzi with Daylight Flatscreen TV
BBQ Grill and beach picnic equipment
The seventh vessel in the builder’s Victory Lane series, motor yacht JANIE is notable for her elegant design and graceful styling. The 157 foot American-built, tri-deck Trinity yacht JANIE was almost launched under the name, motor yacht WHEELS. Fans of NASCAR are probably familiar with another Trinity yacht named, WHEELS, as that 161 foot vessel is owned and offered for charter by Rick Hendrick, of Hendricks Motor Sports fame.
Just 90 days prior to launch, a new owner came to Trinity and fell in love with the nearly-completed yacht. The shipyard approached Hendrick about selling his yacht and starting to build a slightly larger 161′ vessel. Hendrick agreed, and the new owner took possession and named the Trinity motor yacht, JANIE.
The yacht’s profile view is nothing short of striking – an ultramarine blue chemise hull, with a stark-white superstructure. But her beauty goes beyond her colors. Both inside and out, charter guests will appreciate fine quality materials and craftsmanship, showcased in a modern design. The versatile layout is ideal for entertainment, both formal and casual – from the voluptuous main salon and the foyer’s grand piano, to the intimate sky lounge, and the various al fresco deck areas. All dining options can be accommodated – from elegant dining on board in upscale enclosed classic dining room, to the less formal air-conditioned aft main deck with casual seating and second dining table.
Accommodations for ten guests come in the form of five well-appointed staterooms, each with ensuite bathrooms. The owner’s suite is located on the main deck, and features a his/hers bathroom, whirlpool Jacuzzi tub, and marble shower. The guest staterooms are belowdeck, and are only slightly less posh.