• 90'
  • 1984
  • Ensenada, Mexico
  • $1,999,000


  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Builder: STEPHENS
  • Category: Motor Yacht
  • Model: N/A
  • Model Year: 1984
  • YearBuilt: 1984
  • Year Refit: 2012
  • Refit Type: N/A
  • Tax Paid: N/A
  • Country: Mexico
  • Registration #: N/A
  • Coast Guard #: N/A
  • Vessel Top: Bimini Top
  • Fly Bridge: Yes
  • Cockpit: No
  • Helipad: No
  • Accomodations: Guest SR/S: 4/8 - Crew R/B/S: 0/0/4
  • LOA: 90' 0" (27.43m)
  • LWL: --
  • LOD: --
  • Beam: 21' 0" (6.40m)
  • Min Draft: --
  • Max Draft: 6' 6" (1.98m)
  • Clearance: --
  • MFG Length: --
  • Cruise Speed: 11 Knots
  • Cruise Speed RPM: --
  • Cruise Speed Range: 4,500 Miles
  • Max Speed: 15 Knots
  • Max Speed RPM: --
  • Max Speed Range: --
  • Displacement: --
  • Gross Tonnage: 136 Ton
  • Water Capacity: --
  • Holding Tank: --
  • Fuel Capacity: 8,300 Gallons
  • Fuel Consumption: --
  • Berths: N/A
  • Heads: N/A
  • Sleeps: 8
  • State Rooms: 4
  • Crew Berths: N/A
  • Crew Sleeps: 4
  • Crew Heads: N/A
  • Captains Quarters: No
  • Hull ID: N/A
  • Hull Material: Aluminum
  • Deck Material: N/A
  • Hull Configuration: N/A
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: N/A
  • Hull Color: N/A
  • Hull Finish: N/A
  • Exterior Designer: N/A
  • Interior Designer: N/A
  • Manufacturer: Detroit Diesel
  • Model: Series 60
  • Engine Count: Twin
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Fuel Type: Diesel


This yacht is the epitome of a "Gentleman's Cruising Yacht" that turns heads. Her newer engines and fuel capacity give her excellent cruising range. The interior accommodations boast twin master staterooms plus two spacious guest cabins. Proper allocation of crew spaces round out the generous accommodations of this gorgeous yacht. This yacht has an excellent charter potential.


Sleeps 8 in 4 staterooms. There are 4 owner and guest staterooms including 4 guest heads and 1 day head. Crew accommodations include 3 berths, 1 head and 1 shower. The Captain's quarters are separate.

TRILOGY was built with a very high level of detail and finish work. The main and accommodation decks were fitted with teak with just the right amount of contrasting wall coverings. The door headers are all radiuses with the doors themselves being a solid core with premium hardware. Fixtures have been upgraded throughout. During 2015 all soft goods, blinds, etc. were replaced. Throughout the yacht, all of the cabins and decks offer a generous amount of space, unlike newer vessels designed by space planners and computers. Nowhere on this yacht will one feel cramped or confined.

VIP MASTER STATEROOM: Located on the lower deck, just aft of the crew quarters, is one of two full-beam staterooms, each of which is suitable as a master stateroom. On centerline is a king-size berth with two nightstands. To port is a writing desk and settee for two. To starboard is a ladies vanity. A full walk-in hanging locker and plenty of drawers offer an abundance of storage. A TV and DVD offer entertainment. The ensuite head has a stall shower, a walnut vanity and a Microphor toilet.

MAIN SALON, Main Deck Aft: Just forward of the salon is the day head with plenty of mirrors and a beautiful walnut vanity. Forward is a built-in buffet with special storage for crystal, a lighted inset area for artwork and tambour door storage. To starboard is another buffet with ample specialized storage for tableware and linens. The port side has a walnut bookcase. Forward are cabinets housing the stereo and TV. A small breakfast table sits aft and a coffee table and occasional chair with ottoman sit in front of the sofas.

GUEST STATEROOM, Below Deck Aft Starboard: One of two identical guest staterooms having oversized twin berths with a nightstand between, ample storage and an ensuite head with stall shower, walnut vanity and Microphor toilet.

GUEST STATEROOM, Below Deck Aft Port: Oversized twin berths, a nightstand, several drawers and a large hanging locker are features of the second guest stateroom. The ensuite head has a stall shower, walnut vanity and Microphor toilet.

Aft MASTER STATEROOM, Below Deck Aft Amidship: Utilizing the full beam of the yacht, the aft master cabin has a king berth, twin nightstands, a ladies vanity, writing desk and two-person settee. Ample drawers and a large hanging locker offer generous storage. Entertainment is provided via a TV, DVD and DSS receiver. The ensuite head has a Jacuzzi tub, walnut vanity and Microphor toilet.

CREW CABINS, Below Deck Forward: Aft of the chain locker is the spacious crew cabin for two. Accommodations include two single berths, ample drawers, locker and an escape hatch. A crew head with toilet, vanity and stall shower is located just aft of the crew stateroom. Opposite is the LG (extra-large capacity) washer and dryer.

CAPTAIN'S CABIN, Below Deck Forward Starboard: Just aft of the crew cabin is a separate captain’s cabin with a queen-size berth. Two hanging lockers and several drawers provide ample storage. There is an ensuite head with toilet, vanity and stall shower adjacent to the captain’s cabin.


TRILOGY’s galley is a gourmet’s delight. The location is just forward of the pilothouse. The galley is full beam with lots of natural light and sliding pass through to the dining room.

Stainless Steel Kitchenaid 4 electric burner

Stainless Steel Kitchenaid oven

Stainless Steel GE microwave

Stainless Steel Kitchenaid refrigerator

Stainless Steel Kitchenaid dishwasher 


Forward of the galley is a dining room with a large table and 8 chairs. Forward is a built in cabinet with special storage for flatware and crystal ware.

Raised Pilothouse

New Electronics upgrade in 2016:

Max Sea GPS

WXWorks Weather

American Bow and Stern Thruster controls

Naiad controls for stabilizers

Furuno Fishfinder

Northstar 941X

Icom IC-M602

Icom IC-M502

(3) Windshield washers and wipers

Raymarine ST60 windmeter

SIMRAD AP25 autopilot

FLIR system

Fly Bridge

Furuno FR 810D 72 mile radar

American Bow and Stern Thruster controls

Icom M-502 VHF radio

ACR 406B satellite EPIRB

Rayline 1 mile search light & controls


(2) Fjord 210 lb. galvanized anchors

(2) 8 Step Marquipt Tide Ride ladders

Anchor wash down system in hawse pipes

Varnished cap rails

Fresh water wash down system P & S

Dual port & starboard boarding gates

(2) Bosun lockers flanking a forward bench seat

Varnished teak pennant staff

Varnished hand rails, varnished wing doors w/separate screen doors

(2) Varnished boat hooks

(2) 360' 1/2" High tensile chains lengths

Textulene windshield cover for Pilothouse

Freeman deck hatch to anchor locker

Covered teak side decks w/ lights overhead


Aft Deck

Fully enclosed aft deck and two L-shaped settees and dining table. Aft doors with access to the water is via steps from the enlarged swim platform

Swim ladder

Custom swim platform with stairs to aft deck

Swim platform washdown/shower  

Boat Deck

1000 lb. Marquipt tender davits

(2) 6-man Avon liferafts with hydrostatic release & covers

Four step Marquipt vertical ladder

Varnished hand rails with lifelines

Curved settee to seat

Fresh water wash down system

12" Chrome Bell  

Coast Guard safety package

Marquipt tender chocks

Quartz light under Bimini

International navigational lights

(2) Spreader lights

Fly Bridge 2

Welded aluminum bimini top frame

Tan bimini top canvas

(2) Pompanette helm seats

Radar mast folds down electrically

Bomar deck hatch & varnished door from Pilothouse

Full acrylic wrap around windshield with aluminum frame

Engine Room

Engine room is accessed from inside the yacht via a seven step stairway/ladder at the base of the portside pilothouse landing. There is also an exterior door to the portside deck in this area. The space utilization of the Engine Room is excellent. Everything is accessible and headroom is over seven feet. Engines have 450 hrs. SMOH and have a total time of 4200 hours since new.


Twin x 760hp Diesels IB Detroit Diesel Series 60

(1) Northern Lights generator gauge panel

Cruisair Multi Module air conditioning control unit

(2) 5 ton Cruisair chilled water air conditioning units cooling the lower deck areas including engine room

Quantum Marine/Vosper model VT-40 40 hp hydraulic bow thruster (1998) w/16" tube w/30 gal. oil tank

Kidde Halon 1301 auto fire control system

Main propellers 40" x 38" bronze Equipoise

Spare propellers 40" x 38" bronze Equipoise

Groco main engine & gen raw water sea strainers

Dripless shaft seals - Tides Marine

Aquamet 17 3" dia. Main shaft with muff coupling

Spare tail shaft 3" dia.

Naiad model 254 stabilizers w/9 sq. ft. fins

Black water holding tank (200 gals)

Twin Disc MG 514C 3:1 ratio transmissions

Sea Recovery 1600 GPD watermaker

Walker Air Sep (chrome) crankcase ventilator system

Port & starboard opening portholes

AT&T telephone

(2) 1/3 hp 115V Sutton Engine Room bilge blowers

Manifold Dual Racor 1000 fuel filters for fuel transfer

Manifold Dual Racor 1000 DF1958 fuel filters for main engines

Wagner mini accumotor steering system w/PTO on port engine and Baldor 3 hp aux. steering motor (backup)

(2)13.5 kW 30 gal. hot water tanks

Englehart Capac system hull potential meter

Diamond plate decking in engine room

Lube oil tank, approx. 50 gallons     

Single Racor 500 fuel filters for each generator

Manual Engine Room gauges

(4) Hersey pneumatic tank level gauges

(2) AC 220 volt 1 1/2hp Jabsco bilge pumps

(5) Rule 2000 submersible bilge pumps

Engine start/stop switches

Aluminum workbench w/vice & electric grinder

Stainless steel sink w/hot & cold taps

DC incandescent lights

220V 1.5 hp Dayton Speedair primary air compressor

24V secondary Dayton air compressor

(5) High water alarms

Engine block heaters on main engines

Electric keystone exhaust system valves

Crash pump on starboard engine w/manual clutch

Oberdorfer 6.6 GPM fuel transfer pump

Scienco fuel flow meter w/gauge for fuel transfer pump

Oberdorfer oil change/transfer pump

(2) Burks 3/4 hp water pressure pumps

(2) Gray water tanks w/automatic discharge pumps

Tool drawers & parts bins mounted over each engine

AC fluorescent lighting

Electrical Equipment

115/240V AC electrical system

12/24V DC electrical system

40kW Northern Lights generator (5500 hours – June 2016)

30kW Northern Lights genset (5700 hours – June 2016)

Sentry 24V 60 amp battery charger

Sentry 12V 40 amp battery charger

(2) pair of 12V (24V bank) Deca Gel Cell 8D batteries

(1) pair of 12V (24V bank) Deca Gel Cell 8D batteries

(1) pair of 12V Deca Gel Cell 8D gen start batteries

(3) battery isolation/shut off switches

(4) Galvanic isolator            

Battery parallel system

Main AC panel & switches in Engine Room

Main DC panel in Engine Room

(2) Acme 25 KVA isolation transformers

(2) Stabiline 21.4 KVA voltage regulators

(2) 100 amp 220V single phase shore power inlets

(2) 50 amp 220V shore power inlets

(2) Telephone & TV inlets with cords

Equipment Room Under Pilothouse

AT&T Partner phone system

Electronic J boxes for various electronics

(2) Subzero freezers

U-Line icemaker, 23 lb. capacity

Robertson RGC 50 gyrocompass

KVH Tracphone with Command Comm comswitch

5500 Tellular cell phone system w/handset & interface House battery system


2000 Model 13.5' Nautica wide body inflatable tender w/40 hp 4 stroke Honda


This yacht is a true "Gentleman's Cruising Yacht" that turns heads. Her newer engines and fuel capacity give her excellent cruising range. The interior accommodations boast twin master staterooms plus two spacious guest cabins. Proper allocation of crew spaces round out the generous accommodations of this gorgeous yacht. This yacht has an excellent charter potential.


$1,000,000 refit in 2016 includes:

New Paint

Led Lighting

Teak decks

Swim Platform

AC and Water maker rebuild

Non skid on all decks

Completely Interior and Soft Goods

New Tanks

Stern Thruster
Yacht Controller