MUSTANG SALLY is the quintessential tri-deck motor yacht ideal for private or charter use. Zero-speed stabilizers steady this contemporary, stunningly-painted yacht. Both inside and out, entertaining, lounging and activity areas abound on three deck levels. There are work-of-art bars with bar stools, as well as comfortable dining and day heads found on every level. The main deck sports a novel bar; the skylounge deck has a TV and is air-conditioned, while the sun deck Jacuzzi, padded lounge areas and chaise lounges play to the hot sun or cool stars.
Inside, the contemporary atmosphere balances perfectly with the versatile layout. The main deck with saloon, dining area and galley leads forward to the bi-level master stateroom and the adjacent 6th stateroom. This unique 6th stateroom features a queen berth, vanity/desk, hanging locker and ensuite with shower.
Stairs starboard spiral from the lower stateroom deck, where the foyer opens to 4 guest staterooms, up through to the main deck level and continuing further to the bridge/skylounge deck.
MUSTANG SALLY is equipped throughout the yacht with constant WIFI internet capability, iPod docking stations, Crestron Touchpad lighting and audiovisual system, and a complete, integrated telephone system. Guests may be connected as much or as little as they like.
SUN DECK: The teak-topped, full service bar, with stainless sink, fridge, icemaker and five stools outboard, keep libations flowing on this popular deck. A Jacuzzi forward is surrounded by sun pads; further aft the deck is sprinkled with chaise lounges and chairs for lounging and sunning. Two umbrellas provide extra shade, if desired. Opposite the bar, a teak dining table to port, surrounded by a settee and chairs, supplies the perfect venue for al fresco dining and enjoying delicacies from the BBQ grill. Portable gym equipment is available on this deck. To starboard there is a day head and an outdoor shower. A 4000 lb. crane aft lifts tenders and toys to and from the deck. Stairs to port lead down to the bridge deck.
PORGUGUESE DECK: Cushioned settee and oval table give guests a special spot just forward of the bridge to feel the wind or enjoy some private time. It is accessed from the pilothouse, side decks or forward deck.
BRIDGE/SKYLOUNGE DECK: Center stage is the round, high-gloss teak table surrounded by chairs, suited for many as 12 diners. The lounge area is aft with handsome outdoor sofa, 2 chairs and a coffee table. Buffet surfaces flank both sides of the deck for ease in serving. Air-conditioning is available, if desired. Access to the sundeck above and main deck below is to port.
AFT DECK: A novel teak-topped bar is to port along the bulkhead and corresponds to the interior bar on the other side of the window. The window lowers to give an open flow between inside and outside, all the more sensed when the aft doors are open. Handsome outdoor furniture, a sofa and four armchairs surrounding a coffee table, defines this casual, inviting space. Port and starboard stairs descend to the swim platform, stairs to port lead to the bridge/skylounge deck.
SWIM PLATFORM: Affectionately called "the beach," this platform is large enough to set up for sunbathing, do a step-start with water skis or dance the tango. Underwater lights attract sea creatures for viewing pleasure at night. A hot/cold shower is at guests' disposal as are toys pulled from the lazarette area. A mount for one of the umbrellas was installed here in the event "the beach" is set up for lounging next to the water.
PASSERELLE: Hydraulic telescoping passarelle to starboard.
From the aft deck sliding glass doors are an invitation into the main salon. Immediately to port is a full wet bar with bar chairs. It connects to the outside bar on the main deck when the window is down between the two spaces. The ambience is contemporary and serene inside, a departure from what has been considered typical of Trinity. Subtle stonework blends with textured, monochromatic carpets and comfortable furniture. A TV rises and lowers from the cabinet between the living and dining area; a full entertainment center is discreetly hidden.
Beyond the long cabinet that separates the salon and dining room, a lovely custom table seats up to 12 guests. Cabinets store all the accoutrements for the table. As is the case throughout the yacht, lighting is on dimmers; any mood can be set. Forward to port is a pocket door which leads into the galley. Starboard is the main corridor advancing toward the main foyer.
To port a spacious lounge area, with plush couches and chairs, offers the best seats in the house for viewing the new 70" flat screen TV on the forward bulkhead. Further aft to port is a game table and to starboard is a full bar with bar stool seating. Aft doors lead to the skylounge deck while the forward corridor leads to the day head and the bridge, with access to the Portuguese deck forward.
Inside, the bridge is accessed forward of the spiral staircase leading to the bridge/skylounge deck. Outside, the bridge is accessed from doors port and starboard. Electronics housed on the forward bridge console for navigation and communications are the latest technology. VSAT and WIFI are available throughout the yacht. A semi-circular, raised settee behind the helm station is a perfect observation seat. Further aft is the radio/communication area and the door to the Captain's cabin.
The owner's stateroom is magnificent. Upon entering, a long passage way opens to the split-level stateroom. On the way, to starboard are cedar-lined closets and an entrance to the 6th stateroom. To port is "his" bathroom, featuring a large shower, sink and toilet, next forward is "her" bathroom with the same features as "his" plus an additional Jacuzzi tub. Both bathrooms reflect a tranquil, natural, spa-type atmosphere. The hallway opens to a light-filled, split-level bedroom area with a desk to port and a lounge area to starboard on the lower level. Stairs on both sides of the room ascent to the higher level which showcases a king-size bed, majestically positioned in the center of the room, overlooking 180 degrees panoramic view. The master stateroom also has its own refrigerator. The Crestron Touchpad system is available in the master and all other staterooms.
The unique 6th stateroom, with queen berth, is adjacent to the master stateroom and may be accessed from the main corridor.
The guest foyer welcomes guests below deck. A refrigerator in this area permits guests to help themselves to drinks.
Three spacious staterooms, two aft and one port forward, are similar in layout and features. Each features a walk-around king-sized bed, bureaus, drawers, full length closets and a desk. Night stands on each side of the bed house the Crestron control panel for its myriad duties. The entertainment center is opposite the bed. The ensuite bath features marble countertops with porcelain sink, spacious shower and toilet.
Forward to starboard is a twin stateroom with an extra Pullman berth. Like the other staterooms, it has an entertainment center and an ensuite bath. In addition, a hidden door forward allows crew to pass between the crew quarters and the guest quarters to work efficiently with the least disturbance to guests.
Forward of the main deck galley, stairs lead down to the crew mess, laundry room and four crew cabins. The mess consists of a large table to port, crew "galley" forward, laundry room to starboard and the three crew cabins forward of this area. Each cabin has over/under, staggered, spacious bunks, hanging lockers and drawers, a TV/DVD for each bed and ensuite head with stall shower, sink and toilet.
The other crew cabins with ensuite heads are aft near the engine room.
The Captain's stateroom is aft of the bridge, port side. It has a queen bed, plenty of storage area and ensuite bath with the usual features. Technically, there is space for 12 crew, depending on relationships, though this yacht can be run with 9-10 crew.
Installed by Creative Design Group
Crestron Entertainment System
TVs are Panasonic and LG
All entertainment systems have a TV/DVD with satellite receiver and surround sound; 36 speakers throughout the yacht.
Ship-wide music system with individual iPod docking stations throughout. In every guest stateroom and guest area, crew area and crew cabins, there are jacks to plug in an iPod, game or MP3 player.
Main Salon, Skylounge and Master Stateroom: 70" Sat TV, DVD, Blue Ray and Radio
Guest staterooms: 26" Sat TV, DVD, Radio (twin stateroom has 20" TV)
Apple TV throughout vessel
Crew mess: 32" TV, DVD
Captain's and Engineer's cabin: 26" TV/DVD/Radio
Crew Cabins: 7" TV/DVD in each bunk
Skylounge deck: projection screen
Sundeck: Wiring in place, ready for TV if desired
Music can be accessed on all decks from various interior sources
GALLEY & LAUNDRY
(1) Miele 5-burner induction cooktop
(1) Miele 2-burner electric cooktop
(1) Miele deep fryer
(1) custom range extraction hood with fire suppression system
(2) Miele electric ovens
(1) Themador microwave
(3) Delfield refrigerators
(1) Col Pak freezer
(1) KitchenAid icemaker
(2) KitchenAid ILUCC151 trash compactor
(1) Miele dishwasher
(2) stainless steel sinks
Granite counter tops
Main Salon Bar:
U-line, 2 drawer refrigerator
24-bottle wine cooler
Guest Stateroom Foyer:
U-line, 2 drawer refrigerator
U-line 2 drawer refrigerator
42-bottle wine cooler
U-Line, 2 drawer refrigerator
U-Line, 2 drawer refrigerator
Kitchen Aid icemaker
(2) Sub Zero 249RD refrigerators
(1) Whirlpool MT 4078 microwave oven
(2) main Miele washers
(2) main Miele dryers
(1) Miele 3rd washer, engine area
(1) Miele 3rd dryer, engine area
Engines: (2) Caterpillar 3512B, 2250 hp diesel engines (top-end overhaul May 2015)
Speed/Consumption/Range and RPMs:
Gearboxes: (2) Reintjes. 3:1 ratio
Steering: EMI hydraulic with back up emergency steering
Bow Thruster: Quantum, 200 hp, hydraulic
Stabilizers: Zero Speed Quantum
Propellers: Michigan 56", 5 blade
Fuel Filtration: Alfa Laval, Racor filters
Watermakers: (2) FCI, 2400 GPD
Air conditioning: Dometic Marine Air, chilled water, 50 tons
Noise reduction: Van Cappelan acoustic treatments (average 55 DB inside at cruising speed)
Sewage treatment: Head Hunter Tidal Wave Type II - MSD TW 300B
Toilets: Head Hunter, freshwater (16)
Black water tank: 339 US gallons
Grey water tank: 1,595 US gallons
Oily water separation: Village Marine Tec, OWS 2.2
ELECTRONICS & NAVIGATION
SSB: Furuno FS1570
Satcom: (1) Nera Fleet4 33, (1) Mini Voice M + fax
Location identification: AIS FA-150
Marine Weather/updates: Navtex NE 700-AB
(2) Furuno FM 8800 D
(1) ICOM M602
(1) Standard Horizon GX5000 S
Handheld VHF: (10) YAESU
GPS: (2) Northstar 6000
Radar: (2) Furuno, one S, one X, 96-mile range
Autopilot: Sperry Naviplot 4000
Gyrocompass: Sperry Navigas X Mh2
Compass: Ritchie Power Damp Plus
Speed/Wind/Indicators: B & G
Depthsounders: (2) Furuno B & G
Loud hailer: Through the standard VHF
Horns: Kahlenberg 4 trumpet
WiFi throughout yacht
Internet: Sea Tel VSAT constant wireless internet access, VOIP computer network
Satellite TV, worldwide: Sea Tel
Sat Com, Standard C: Furuno Felcom 15
Telephone/Intercom system: Panasonic Hybrid TDA 200
Ship's computer/scanner: VEI
Ship's printer: Sasmsung WiFi (new 2012)
Generators: (2) Kilo Pak 99 kW
AC: 120 volt, single phase; 208 volt, three phase; 60 cycle
DC: 12 volt; 24 volt
Shore Power: Atlas Marine Systems, ShorPOWER Classic II, 125 KVA
Shore power cords: Dual 100 amp shore power cords can be plugged in bow or stern. Have extension cords
DECK & HULL EQUIPMENT
Hull and superstructure are aluminum and features stunning Awlgrip paint scheme. Decks are teak.
Anchor Windlass: (2) Muir 1100, hydraulic
Anchors: (2) 360 kg
Anchor chain: (2) 450' (26m)
Deck Capstans: (2) Muir electric, on aft deck
Main Tender Crane: (1) Nautical Structures, 4000 lb. capacity, midship placement to launch either side
Ladders/Gangways: (2) Marquipt, manual
Passarelle: Marquipt, electric-hydraulic
SAFETY AND FIRE EQUIPMENT
All safety and first aid equipment and systems are totally MCA commercial compliant
GE central fire alarm system; sensors in every space throughout yacht. Tied into the Simon monitoring system.
Smoke, carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide detectors throughout per MCA compliance.
Yanmar fire diesel crash pump
(2) Firefighting suits
(2) safes; one in owner's stateroom and one in captain's cabin
Simon Monitoring System for all levels of fire detection, bilge, tanks, openings, machine alarms including engine and generator pressures, temperatures and levels.
(4) Revere Ocean Master life rafts, each 16 pax.
(50) life jackets
(2) ACR EPIRBs
(4) life rings; 2 with smoke, 2 with strobes
(2) Grundfos CRT 16-30, 70 GPM. Bilge system uses an eductor found on many commercial vessels
TENDERS & TOYS
19' Nautica Widebody tender with 150hp Yamaha outboard engine, MCA approved
(2) 3-person Seadoo Bombardier, 215hp waverunners
(2) Seabob PWC
(2) Paddle Boards
Sundeck Water Slide
Snorkel Gear (adults and children)
Assorted inflatable "towables"
The name MUSTANG SALLY is reserved. A detailed exclusion list will be provided pursuant to a purchase and sales agreement.
MUSTANG SALLY stands out from the ten close sisterships delivered by Trinity Yachts over a five-year period. Award winning yacht designer, Patrick Knowles, created a warm, contemporary interior for her experienced yachtsman owner that features an abundance of natural light, which accents the stunning woodwork, natural stone, and gorgeous fabrics, culminating in a casual and friendly environment throughout the yacht.
MUSTANG SALLY features six staterooms and a wide variety of amenities, including a huge sundeck with Jacuzzi, a multitude of lounge chairs, a bar and shaded area for light dining. Enjoy 5-star dining on the skylounge deck aft, preceded by cocktails in the spacious skylounge.
The yacht is exceptional for entertainment. On the main deck the aft window can be lowered to make the outside and inside bars one large bar and the glass entry doors can be flung open, merging the outside and inside worlds. Entertainment centers, bars with seating, dining areas, comfortable lounge areas and "day heads" appear on all three communal deck levels. The Portuguese deck is developed for another intimate guest spot while the enormous swim platform hosts departing and arriving tender passengers as well as embarkation for all the water sports.
The exterior of MUSTANG SALLY turns heads in every port - not only for her pleasing lines - but also for her eye-catching paint job.
New exterior paint 2015
Main engines overhauled 2015
New generators 2009
Updated interior soft goods
Audio/visual upgrades with new 70" TV in Skylounge
Zero speed stabilizers