TRANQUILITY is an exceptionally spacious 130-foot Tri-deck Motor Yacht. Though the vessel’s owners have opted out of subsequent certifications, TRANQUILITY’s skillfully constructed, solid fiberglass hull was built and launched according to the specifications of the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS). In the yacht’s 15 years of service, it has traveled extensively along the eastern Atlantic seaboard and throughout the Caribbean. Due in large part to the yacht’s resourceful maximization of space and intelligent design elements, TRANQUILITY has earned a reputation as one of the most marketable and successful charter yachts in the fleet. After TRANQUILITY’s acquisition by her current owner, the yacht underwent a major refit in 2006/2007 to service and upgrade the vessel’s mechanical systems, electronics and overall aesthetic. During the refit, the navigational equipment, communications devices, AV electronics, plumbing, mechanical systems and air conditioning systems throughout the boat were all carefully evaluated and either serviced or replaced. The award-winning design team of Claudette Bonville & Associates designed a brand new, au currant, earth-toned interior which included redoing all of the interior wall coverings and soft-goods, re-veneering the warm cherry wood finishes, and adding all new carpeting, drapes, and bedspreads. The skylounge was taken to bare walls and completely remodeled with a new wet bar and lounge area which includes clever placement of a custom fabricated privacy door and pull-out sofa-bed for occasional use as an extra guest accommodation. Additional upgrades added in 2006/07 included modernizing the galley with a new finish and new appliances. On the exterior, teak decking was added to the boat deck’s sitting area, the aft deck and swim platform which notably elevated the elegance of the yacht’s aesthetic and the functionality of these areas. In 2011, Shine Yachts completely refinished the exterior of the yacht with their 3 stage Polymer nanotechnology treatment. Also, 2 new 15" Big Bay LED monitors in wheelhouse and a Fleet 55 Satellite phone for communication and internet.