Built by the prominent US manufacturer Trinity Yachts, the 48m (157′) motor yacht Cocktails (ex Chevy Toy, Janie) is donating a seven day charter for up to 10 guests in either the Bahamas, Northeast or other U.S. destination to the respected Live Auction of the 25th Annual Boys & Girls Clubs Rendezvous, running from November 8-10, 2012 at Atlantis, Paradise Island, Bahamas, and is participating at the festivities. Steadfast in their philanthropic contribution to the Boys & Girls Clubs, the owner of the luxury charter yacht Cocktails has been directly involved in the event since 2007, while Trinity Yachts since 1989.
This distinguished affair — the largest gathering of superyachts for charity in the world — includes a Yacht Hop Under the Stars, cocktail and dinner parties, and super entertainment including Caliente, The Village People and Huey Lewis & the News among others. Participants are also invited to join event founders, Rita and Rick Case, at Cat Cay, the site of the inaugural Boys & Girls Clubs Rendezvous.
With a weekly charter value of $185,000 plus expenses, Cocktails superyacht’s owner clearly demonstrates the breadth of his generosity of spirit. Cocktails is one of the most beautiful luxury yachts in the world. With classic Trinity heritage, a super comfortable and plush interior, she features all amenities guests love for portside and voyaging.
In 2011, luxury yacht Cocktails was totally transformed into a contemporary yacht; her refit also included a full paint job, adding gleam and glisten to her stunning exterior styling. She is well equipped with toys, a towed tender and a wealth of luxuries including a Spa Pool on the sundeck.
Trinity charter yacht Cocktails (ex Chevy Toy, Janie) has cruised the Caribbean, Bahamas and New England in regal style and features five staterooms for 10 guests with 12 guests cruising comfortably. She features a crew of nine including Captain Brad Momsen.