Destination Fox Harb'r Too Yacht (ex: Mustang Sally, Foxharb'r)
Motor Yacht Destination Fox Harb'r Too
Luxury motor yacht Destination Fox Harb’r Too, built in 2008 by American shipyard Trinity Yachts, is a traditional yet contemporary superyacht with a truly defining interior. With an aluminium hull and superstructure, she features exterior design by Trinity while her interior is the work of Patrick Knowles. This extremely detailed vessel measures 49 metres and can accommodate up to 12 guests.
Motor yacht Destination Fox Harb’r Too is the latest launch from Trinity’s 28-foot-beam series which originated with Zoom Zoom Zoom in 2005. This 2008 model was built for Canadian entrepreneur Ron Joyce who was looking to add a large motor yacht to his already three-strong superyacht fleet. At the time, Trinity Yachts was 80 percent through construction of a yacht by the name of Mustang Sally only for her intended owner to order a larger boat be built and to put the current model up for sale.
Fate would have it that this yacht was exactly what Joyce was looking for. Only small changes were ordered upon purchase, including a new paint scheme, the removal of a large aquarium, conversion of a stateroom into a study, and most importantly, a different name. The name Fox Harb’r is also the name of Joyce’s five-star golf resort in Nova Scotia, the official colour of which the taupe hull also reflects.
Luxury superyacht Destination Fox Harb’r Too boasts an interior comparable to that of a spa, swathed in warm tones and comfortable furnishings. Many of the vessel’s surfaces and materials were chosen with low-maintenance in mind, including forgiving wool-based carpets and no lacquered or mirrored finishes. Her décor is focused on raw textures; a mixture of natural stonework and wood grains that leave little need for artwork.
The main salon is separated from a dining area by a twin-column cabinet and houses a lounge area with audio and visual system and a full wet bar. The underlit table in the dining area makes for interesting dining for up to 12 guests while a spacious galley sits opposite the entry foyer for easy service to the dining area.
On the bridge deck a skylounge acts as the social entertainment centre of the motor yacht, featuring a set of couches, television, five-stool bar and card table in its space on the upper aft deck. There is also access to the swimming platform from the aft deck which has underwater lights for evening swimming.
The crowning sundeck is semi-shaded and hosts a Jacuzzi for up to eight people fully surrounded by sun pads, a wet bar, al fresco dining area, lounges, dayhead and tender/watertoy storage.
Amongst her five cabins are an indulgent master suite with a study convertible into a sixth cabin; three King staterooms; and a twin cabin. All feature their own bathrooms and entertainment systems. Located forward on the main deck, the split-level master suite features a forward bed raised to window level and a downstairs area that can be used as a small office or dressing area. His and hers heads and a private study are also present in the suite. Belowdecks can be found the four guest accommodations that lead off a central foyer.
Featuring a dedicated crew, Destination Fox Harb’r Too is an excellent charter yacht for luxury vacations. The yacht cruises comfortably at 16 knots while her crew of 10 under the direction of Captain Bill Hawes ensure the needs of every guest are met.
Destination Fox Harb’r Too sails the Mediterranean in summer and the Caribbean during the winter charter season. The superyacht is built to ABS and MCA classification standards.
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Builder: Trinity Yachts
Exterior Designer: Geoff Van Aller
Naval Architect: Trinity Yachts
Interior Designer: Patrick Knowles