157 ft / 47.8 m Trinity Yachts - Sleeps 11 guests

From: $130,000 To: $150,000

Chartering in Other Cruising Areas, Florida and the Bahamas


Operating in Other Cruising Areas, Florida and the Bahamas

NEVER ENOUGH has completed multiple refits, the latest being in 2014 and has been maintained in top condition since new. First time offered for charter with experienced yacht charter Captain and crew aboard.

Main Salon, forward

Main Salon

Dining Salon

On Deck Master Stateroom, entrance

Master Bath, Jacuzzi

Guest Stateroom, King one

Master Bath, Shower

Master Stateroom

Guest Stateroom, King two

Guest Bath

Twin Guest Stateroom

Guest Bath



Upper Aft deck

Jacuzzi & sunlounges


Fly bridge


Aft Deck

Aft Deck

Stern and toys



157 ft / 47.8 m

Year Built


Sleeping Guests


Cruising Speeds

16 kts / 29.6 km/h


2x Caterpillar 2250hp 3512B


28 ft 10 in / 8.5 m


Trinity Yachts


Captain: KC Caulfield + 7


At anchor (0 speed)

VAT Registered



7 ft 2 in / 2.2 m


Trinity Yachts



Cayman Islands

US Duty Paid




  • Beach umbrella
  • Exercise equipment
  • Fishing gear - light
  • Jacuzzi in master cabin
  • Jacuzzi on deck
  • Sun loungers
  • Swim platform



  • Banana boat - towable
  • Beach games
  • Inflatable floating island
  • Kayaks multiple
  • Paddleboards multiple
  • Tube - towable
  • Water trampoline
  • Wave runners multiple (sitdown)


  • Intrepid tender 37ft / 11.30m - 300hp engine
  • Novurania tender 21ft / 6.40m


Crew Profile

Captain: KC Caulfield

Keith Caulfield, known as KC, grew up in St. Croix, one of the US Virgin Islands. As a child, he spent many weekends on his dad’s fishing boat and later worked for a tour and dive charter company on his home island. Although KC has held a Captain’s license for eighteen years, he began his career in yachting as a deckhand/steward and has held the positions of mate and engineer. He knows the importance of a well-rounded crew member and a strong charter team. For years KC has captained both owner trips and charters throughout the Bahamas and Caribbean offering his local knowledge of these cruising grounds. His charter successes can be attributed to his enthusiasm to explore as well as his extensive knowledge of the best charter destinations. KC is great with children and has two boys ages 13 and 10. He loves fishing, shelling, snorkeling, and anything to do with water sports.

First Officer: Matthew McKenzie

Matthew hails from the Great of Kansas. He developed a love for the water, boating and water sports at a young age, thanks to a family lake house. After hearing all about the adventures from his brother-in-law who works as a chief engineer on yachts, he was intrigued and decided to leave the Midwest to start a career in yachting. Squirrel will work extremely hard to ensure the guests have the best and most pleasant stay onboard Never Enough.

Chief Engineer: Andrew Driessen

After finishing school Andrew set off to do diving courses and became a dive master. He spent six years working on the Great Barrier Reef. Looking for a new adventure, Andrew spent the next few years’ back packing through Asia. After this experience he ended up in Canada and worked as a commercial fisherman and became the Captain/Engineer of a tuna fishing boat. Some friends who were working in yachting introduced Andrew to the idea and he transitioned into a full time engineer on yachts. He is a valuable asset to the Never Enough crew and always has a smile on his face and does a great job keeping everything running for smooth sailing. Andrew loves to fish, dive, go running and owns his own sailboat in Ft. Lauderdale.

Bosun: Justin Brink

Originally from Kansas City, Justin grew up in the greater Fort Lauderdale area. Once Justin graduated he decided to pick up and move to the West Coast of Florida to Sarasota where he furthered his education at a local College while studying Digital Photography and Film.

After hearing about yachting from a childhood friend, Justin decided to move back to Fort Lauderdale to pursue his new adventure of working onboard a yacht. With his love for the ocean and desire to travel, he felt it was not only a great opportunity but was a great fit for him. Joining yachting he his travelled to all parts of the world and looks forward to being part of a great charter program. He is ready to take all of his past skills and experiences to be a valuable asset to Never Enough, the owners, charter guests and fellow crew.

Deck Hand: Owen Garcia

Owen grew up in Athens, Georgia. Before entering yachting, he studied business at the University of North Georgia. Owen enjoys working on cars, video games and playing a good game of tennis. He joined yachting in the hopes of learning the ropes and working his way up and to travel the world. He is excited to work both on deck, and in the interior to help make charters unforgettable for guests.

Chef: Jarle Saupstad

Jarle Saupstad is from San Diego, California and grew up loving surfing and being out on the water. His career began in restaurants at the age of 14. After graduating high school, he moved to Florida and entered yachting for a change of pace, but soon realized that his passion was still in the kitchen. He returned to California in 2010 to further his culinary career, and worked under three of the country's best chefs in San Francisco and Napa, later to go on to open what was awarded one of the best restaurants in San Diego, and receiving a nomination for "Best Rising Star Chef", by the James Beard foundation. He returned to yachting to work with his fiancé and work on a business plan for opening his own restaurant, and loves to create creative and unique dishes for all of our guests aboard Never Enough.

Chief Stewardess: Lizani Opperman

Lizani was born in Johannesburg and raised in beautiful Cape Town, South Africa. Prior to yachting, she worked as a promoter at various events, where she gained her excellent service skills. Her love for kids led to work as a nanny before joining the industry. Lizani’s passion for people, travel and the desire to give the highest level of service will make your stay onboard Never Enough an unforgettable one.

Second Stewardess: Lizelle van der Walt

Lizelle started her yachting career ten years ago with a sailing course in Cape Town, South Africa. Lizelle started out into yachting with the goal of working for a year after finishing high school . Ten years later it has turned into a full time career. She loves travelling; being on the ocean, and is a dive master. On days off she enjoys diving and Lizelle is also a yoga enthusiast and would like to work on her instructor certification. While working on yachts Liz met Andrew and while they have worked together for six years they were recently married and are enjoying their time on board Never Enough. Lizelle hopes to share her love of the ocean with guests and show them a great time on board.

Stewardess: Samantha Kurus

Samantha was born in New York and moved to Florida as a child. She is first generation, with a Brazilian mother and Polish father, allowing her to grow up speaking three languages. She has been an aquatic performer for the last decade, and has spent the last 15 years volunteering with animals doing rescue and therapy work. She fell into yachting after an opportunity opened up from her fiancé, Chef Jarle. Her decade of hospitality experience allows her to provide exceptional service and wonderful memories for all of our guests on Never Enough.

Company details for NEVER ENOUGH

Robert Cury & Associates

399 SE 18th Court

Fort Lauderdale



NEVER ENOUGH running shot
Available in 3 areas
157 ft / 47.8 m
Guests 11
From $130,000

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