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RELENTLESS represents one of the finest custom Trinity Tri-Deck Motor Yachts ever built! Her custom traditional interior features mahogany joinery throughout. RELENTLESS features a five stateroom layout with an on-deck king master suite along with four guest staterooms below, all with ensuite baths. Additional amenities include a tastefully designed main salon, formal dining salon with Murano crystal fixtures, a commercial galley, and an over-sized aft deck.
In addition, her spacious skylounge features stunning panoramic views, with coffered ceilings, an oversized full service bar and an entertainment center. The sun deck includes a large Jacuzzi with wrap -around sun lounges and a full bar.
Built to full ABS A1, Yachting Service, AMS classification and MCA certification, RELENTLESS is maintained to the highest standard and is cruise ready!
VESSEL WALK THROUGH
Entering the main salon from the spacious main aft deck, you will notice a large, marble-topped bar with four stools which faces the expansive teak planked aft deck.
The formal dining room forward has an ornate buffet with lighted china cabinets and a pair of insets topped by gold leaf scallops. There is seating for ten around the glass topped dining table. The galley has a service entry with double French doors. The main galley is laid out in a T-shape. The entry is off the starboard lobby with its inlaid Royal Oyster marble flooring and day head.
Going forward is the spacious on-deck, full beam master stateroom with a king size bed, private office/seating area, flat screen TV concealed with electric doors and a his and her marble bath with large shower and Jacuzzi tub.
The lower guest accommodations are accessed from the foyer down the hand carved wooden spiral staircase. She features four well-appointed guest staterooms with two kings, one queen and a twin, all with entertainment systems and private marble bath.
Up to the spacious skylounge with ample seating area,traditional wood desk, marble top bar and over-sized windows for panoramic views. There is also a marble foyer with day head and forward is the wheelhouse complete with electronics, port and starboard entry doors, wing stations, etc. To port aft is the Captain cabin with queen berth and private head.
A spiral staircase from the aft deck leads up to the spacious sun deck which provides ample entertaining and sunning area. There is a large raised Jacuzzi spa forward with large sun pads on each side protected by a wraparound, tinted windscreen. She features a bar tucked in the shade of the electronics arch and an air conditioned day head incorporated into the starboard arch structure. A canvas awning adds to the shaded area forward of the arch.
- Year Built:
- Year Refittted:
- Cayman Islands
- Dee Robinson
- Trinity Yachts
- Captain Mike Mullen, Chef & 7 crew
Dimensions, Speed, & Specifications
- 145 ft (44.2 m)
- Max Speed:
- 18 kts (33 kph)
- Cruise Speed:
- 15 kts (28 kph)
- 2 x 16V2000 MTU 1800hp
- 26 ft (8.2 m)
- Min. Draft:
- 6 ft 11 in (2.1 m)
- Max. Draft:
- 6 ft 11 in (2.1 m)
- At anchor (0 speed)
Sleeps 10 in 5 Cabins
AmmenitiesCD library, DVD library, DVD player saloon, Indoor audio system, Satellite radio, Satellite TV, TV all cabins, TV saloon, Wi-Fi, 17ft / 5.20m 115hp Novurania, 27ft / 8.50m 225hp Intrepid, Banana boat - towable, Inflatable floating island, Kayak, Kneeboard, Swimming noodles, Tube - towable, Wakeboard, Water skis - adult, Wave runners multiple (sitdown), BBQ, Fishing gear - heavy, Jacuzzi on deck
DivingNot Insured, Snorkelling gear
Crew ProfileCaptain: Mike Mullen
Before joining RELENTLESS, Michael was the longtime captain for the Hollywood celebrity, Merv Griffin, and during his time running a trio of yachts belonging to Mr. Griffin he spent time cruising on both US and Canadian East and West coasts, as well as most Mediterranean, European and Middle Eastern ports. Prior to that he sailed a 174’ motor yacht across the Pacific and worked in Malaysia and Singapore, traveling extensively in the South Pacific.
Growing up in England, and needing income to fund his passion for climbing in the North West Highlands of Scotland, his maritime career began as a lobster fisherman in the Hebrides and West coast of Scotland. He then went on to work on oil rigs during the North Sea boom and then oil rig anchor handling supply boats all over the world, quickly working his way up to become the youngest captain in the Zapata fleet at the time.
Somewhere along the way climbing gave way to sailing, and he has owned his own 35’ sailing yacht, and has captained and worked on yachts up to 300 feet. He brings a wealth of knowledge, experience and seamanship to his position on RELENTLESS. Nowadays most of his time is spent in the Bahamas and the Caribbean, where he puts his experience to great advantage in finding the best anchorages, harbors, (and hopefully sometimes fish!) for his charter guests.First Mate: Kirk Thomas
Kirk grew up in the renowned seaport of Durban, South Africa. He always had a love for the ocean and spent every waking minute on it when he could. He loves visiting new places, keeping fit and body building, and is proficient in all water sports.
In his fourth year of yachting, Kirk believes he has found his niche in life and is busy studying to advance his career in the yachting industry. He’s always willing to lend a hand and enjoys chauffeuring guests around in our Intrepid tender!Chef: Steve Van Loggerenberg
Steve is from the Gold Coast of Australia and has been a professional chef for over 20 years, the past 12 years as Executive Chef onboard motor yachts. Steve has experience in 5 star hotels, Michelin star restaurants, and has had formal training under a European Master Chef and the Culinary School in Queensland. He has won many awards for his cuisine in yacht charter competitions. He specializes in Mediterranean, Asian, French, American, and Fusion cuisine, but is comfortable cooking any style or dish. Steve pays great attention to the detail and finer points of his trade, utilizing the freshest produce available from specialized purveyors and local markets. Steve will be happy to tailor his cuisine to suit your tastes, just ask!
Currently Steve is based in South Florida and enjoys spending time with his family, Scuba diving, keeping fit and watching his favorite rugby and soccer teams play!Chief Stewardess: Christine Drake (Bugsy)
Hailing from Durban in South Africa, Christine has 4 years of experience in the yachting industry. She was attracted to the business as a result of her love for the ocean and working in the hospitality industry. She worked her way up to Chief Stewardess and has since been working on both private and charter yachts. Christine prides herself on her organization and ability to always go the extra mile for the guests on board. She has worked in both the Mediterranean and the Caribbean and has done two Atlantic crossings. In her spare time, she has a passion for photography and enjoys trail running, cycling and anything adventurous, including a season on the most recent Bravo TV series of Below Deck Mediterranean - So if she looks familiar, that’s where you know her from!Engineer: PJ Lyndon
PJ has roots in both the UK and New Zealand and comes from a background in aviation, having served in the Royal Air Force as an Avionics technician and engineer. He has been in the yachting industry for a number of years now, and has spent time on a number of prestigious yachts both in the US and Mediterranean. Now he spends most of his time looking after two or three Florida yachts on a part time basis and being available for trips as necessary. PJ is very proud of his workplace and encourages guests to come for a tour of the Engine Room at any time!Stewardess: Simone Seckington
Simone grew up in the southeast of England and spent time living in both Spain and Italy. She first became a stewardess in the Mediterranean and later she obtained a BA Honors Degree in Communications and Audio-Visual Production at London’s Guildhall University, and followed that with Music Production and Sound Engineering. Once she moved to Florida she again became involved with yachts and continues to work freelance for many prestigious yachts. Simone gains valuable inspiration through her travels and meeting new people. Currently writing a book in her spare time, Simone’s other interests include running, boxing, gymnastics, Thai kick-boxing, swimming, cooking, music and tennis. She is a huge animal lover.Stewardess: Samantha Gardiner
Samantha Gardiner was born in South Africa and raised in Zimbabwe with her family. For the past few years she has been spreading her wings, travelling the world. Samantha has a very keen interest in the ocean having spent six months on Andros Island, Bahamas volunteering for a marine conservation project, where she discovered her love for scuba diving and ended up going as far to complete her PADI dive master qualification, which is one step from being an instructor. Samantha went on to join the world of yachting in 2015 starting on the French Riviera, going on to cruise both the Mediterranean and Caribbean Seas for the past two years.Bosun: Kyle Hadwen
Kyle is 26 years old from Port Elizabeth, South Africa, a small city off the east coast of South Africa, close to the famous surfing town, Jeffrey's Bay. Finishing High School in 2008, he decided to backpack through Australia where the travel bug first took hold.
On returning to South Africa, he decided to study Sales and Marketing while beginning part time in the hospitality business around Cape Town. He became aware of a career in yachting and found it a perfect combination of satisfying his desire to travel, his love for the ocean and learning interesting new nautical skills. Since joining the industry he has travelled the States, Caribbean, Bahamas, Mexico, and Canada. He now holds his Yacht masters 200 ton license.
He enjoys a passion for fitness and water sports activities, playing guitar and anything adventurous!Deckhand: Matthew couch
Matt is a 20-year-old South African who, like Bugs and Kirk, comes from Durban, South Africa. After High School Matt moved to Cape Town to work at a 5 star, Italian restaurant where he learnt the many different skills of working in a high-end service setting.
With an Uncle in the Yachting industry, it was only natural that he decided to pursue a career working on yachts, and it has become his new-found passion, teaching him about life, travel and becoming a responsible young man on his own journey through the world. So far he has traveled the United States, the Caribbean and the Bahamas.
He hopes eventually to become a Yacht Engineer, and has already achieved some of the beginning licenses towards becoming an engineer. He enjoys the gym, riding motor bikes, fishing and socializing with friends in his spare time.