Spotlight: Trinity Motor Yacht Never Enough

3 August 2020

Builder: Trinity Yachts

Length: 47.9 metres

Year: 2006

Asking: $14,500,000 with RJC Yacht Sales 

Never Enough is a tri-deck superyacht designed by Geoff Van Aller and Evan K. Marshall. She was delivered by Trinity Yachts in 2006 as a Trinity 157 model and has most recently been refitted in 2018. Measuring 47.9 metres in length, Never Enough is instantly recognisable from her distinctive dark blue hull.

On board, she can accommodate up to 10 guests and 10 crew. Her five guest cabins are finished in a classic style, featuring richly coloured and highly polished mahogany and cherry wood joinery. The master suite features his and hers walk in wardrobes, a private study and large windows for a light and airy environment.

Throughout, Never Enough also features numerous lounging areas for both indoor and al fresco entertaining. Further amenities include a barbecue grill and a Jacuzzi and sunpads located forward on the sundeck, as well as marble-topped drinks bar on the flybridge.

In her toy garage, she carries diving equipment, a Novurania tender, a pair of waverunners and gym gear. She can reach a top speed of 19 knots under the power of her twin Caterpillar 3512B engines, and has a range of 3,500 nautical miles when cruising at a speed of 16 knots.

Never Enough is asking $14,500,000 with RJC Yacht Sales.