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Motor yacht Never Enough was given a design detail of style, elegance and performance and on this she delivers. Built in 2006 by American shipyard Trinity , the 48 metre sleeps 10 guests in five lavish cabins and offers a number of entertainment spaces from casual to formal. she underwent a refit in 2014 bringing her up to modern standards and is in pristine condition.
Luxury yacht Never Enough’s exterior profile is defined by vertical pilothouse windows and generous exterior decks. Al fresco dining space can be found on the upper aft deck or air-conditioned main aft deck.
The interior spaces designed by Evan Marshall are decorated with distinctly International flavour as European-style custom furnishings mix with classic raised and fielded wooden panelling. The open-plan main salon fills with natural light for formal or casual entertaining, while the skylounge above offers top views.
The crowning sundeck is pure relaxation with a spa bath, plush sun pads, and open sunbathing areas all sheltered by subtle glass screens providing shelter from the wind. She is powered by two Caterpillar 3512B engines that give her a top speed of 20 knots and allow her to cruise comfortably at 18 knots.
Luxury motor yacht Never Enough sleeps up to 11 guests in five cabins.
All accommodations are decorated in dark cherry, and include en suite baths with inlaid marble. Four guest staterooms are located below decks, three with king sized beds and one twin bedded guest stateroom.
Master Suite: Main deck, full-beam - accessed via the owner’s private office starboard. The suite features large windows; dressing table; sofa; his and hers walk-in-wardrobes; her en suite has an oval marble bath and overhead fiber optic star ceiling, while his has a large marble shower.
Three Guest Suites: Below decks. Each features a King-size bed.
Twin Guest Suite
Crew Quarters can be found forward below decks and include three cabins with own bathroom and shower. The engineer’s cabin is aft of the engine room and includes an en suite with shower, while the Captain’s cabin is aft of the pilothouse and includes a Queen-size bed and en suite with shower.