GLAZE

$19,900,000

A rare 6 cabin Trinity with a garage and a vast sundeck with toybox!

Built by Trinity in 2007, with a refit in 2018, Glaze was the recipient of the coveted Voyager Award at the World Superyacht Awards 2017 thanks to her incredible travel itinerary that took her all around the world.
Able to welcome up to 14 guests in six cabins, Glaze’s accommodation includes a full beam master, two VIPs, a double and a twin. A 6th cabin on the sundeck can be used as a media room or as a cabin for added versatility.

Glaze recently underwent a substantial refit that completed in January 2018.
The extensive work list includes, but is not limited to, a new metallic bronze hull paint job, generators rebuilt, new AC compressors and condenser coils, new underwater lights, new furniture on the main and bridge decks, new upholstery (internal and external soft furnishings, leather deckhead panels on main and bridge decks), new carpets and galley flooring and major navigation equipment upgrades.
A stair lift was also added to the exterior stairs connecting the three decks.

Cruising at 14knots, with a maximum speed of 18knots, Glaze is efficient to run and powered by twin Caterpillar 3512B engines.

In her garage and in the huge custom toybox with integrated sunpads on the sun deck, Glaze stores a large collection of toys and watercraft including a 21’ Novurania Jet Tender, 2 Jetskis, a water slide, fishing gear and more.

Not for sale to US citizens while is US waters. 

One more unique Private Yacht for Sale.

PRICE & SPECIFICATION

$19,900,000
Asking Price
161'1"/49.10m
Length
28'/8.50m
Beam
456
Gross Tonnage
2007 / 2018
Built
18 knots
Maximum Speed
14 knots
Cruising Speed
Trinity
Builder
14
Guests
6
Cabins
9
Crew
Aluminium
Hull
Aluminium
Superstructure

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Kevin Bonnie - IYC - Managing Partner Monaco

Kevin Bonnie

+33 616 39 19 59

A New York Native, Kevin Bonnie learned to sail at an early age. After graduating from college in New York, he went to sea on yachts and served as deck hand, chef, engineer, first mate and Captain. Kevin returned ashore as a yacht broker in the Pacific Northwest and used his training in both business and yachting to build a reputation for integrity, honesty and going the extra mile for his clients. After a two year interlude in the financial markets of Wall Street and London, Kevin moved to the south of France to pursue his dream of selling megayachts. After three years with Monaco Marine, learning the European market and studying French intensively, he launched and is now managing partner of IYC’s original European office. He enjoys working and living in Monte Carlo while taking care of all his global clientele.