Broward motor yacht Never Enough sold
by Malcolm Maclean
The 32.9 metre motor yacht Never Enough has been sold by Marcos Morjain and Roger Newsom in an in-house deal at Reel Deal Yachts.
Built in aluminium by US yard Broward and delivered in 1983, Never Enough accommodates six guests in three cabins consisting of a full beam master suite, a starboard double and a twin to port, all with flat screen televisions and full en suite facilities.
An overhaul and extension at the Palmer Johnson yard in the nineties updated the yacht, creating a voluminous covered aft deck, extended boat deck and enlarged cockpit for improved watersports access.
The interior decor is minimalist in style, with plenty of storage lockers creating an uncluttered look. A large saloon has comfortable couches to aft, port and starboard facing a 32 inch flat screen television and leads to an amidships dining area with a staircase on the starboard side to the guest cabins. The full beam 'country kitchen' galley has enough space to include a dining area for six guests to enjoy sociable breakfasts and casual snacks through the day.
The aft deck is geared towards al fresco entertaining and dining with a wet bar, ice maker and a dining table seating six guests. Up on the flybridge there is an upper helm station, U-shaped seating for 10 guests and a Jacuzzi tub along with more facilities for outdoor entertainment. Twin 875hp Detroit Diesel engines give her a cruising speed of 13 knots and she is the only Broward to have crossed the Atlantic four times.
Lying in Miami, Florida, Never Enough was asking $799,000.