LIBRA III

Yacht Type:
Power
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Length:

157

Beam:

28

Draft:

7

Guests:

11

Crew:

8

Cabins:

5

Helipad:

No

Jacuzzi:

Yes

AC:

Full

Year Built:

2006

Builder:

Trinity Yachts

Max Speed:

19

High Price:

$150,000

Low Price:

$130,000

Captain Name:

KC Caulfield

Captan Nation:

USA

Wave Runners:

2

Snorkeling Gear:

Yes

Fishing Gear:

Yes

Onboard Scuba:

Yacht offers Rendezvous Diving only

Yacht Accomodations

NEVER ENOUGH accommodates 11 guests in 5 spacious staterooms in dark cherry wood interior with beautiful custom accents. The four guest staterooms are located below deck, three with king size beds and one with twin beds and a pulllman berth. All are with ensuite baths with inlaid marble.

The full beam master stateroom is located forward on the main deck and is accessed through the owner's private office on the starboard side. The master stateroom has a dressing table and sofa settee on the port side. His and hers separate walk - in closets and safe is located in master complete with a mini bar refrigerator.
His and her separate baths both with inlaid marble, her bath with an oval marble tub and head. His bath with large full shower and head.

Other Toys

Towed 37' Intrepid tender w/ triple 300 hp Mercury outboards
21 Novurania tender
(2) wave runners Yamaha
(2) Sea Bobs
Extensive Fishing gear
Snorkeling gear
(2) paddleboards
Towable tubes
(2) glass bottom kayaks
Banana boat
Inflatable jungle gym

Crew Profile

CAPTAIN – KC Caulfield United States
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 10 and 7. He loves fishing, shelling, snorkeling, and anything to do with water sports.

FIRST OFFICER –MATHEW McKENZIE United States
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 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.

ENGINEER – Matt Stallard United States
Matt is from Winchester, Virginia in the Blue Ridge Mountains. He grew up sailing in the Chesapeake Bay and sport fishing in the Outer Banks of North Carolina. After earning a degree in Economics from the College of Charleston, South Carolina he decided to follow his love for the ocean and pursue a career at sea. He has been on board yachts for ten years. When not turning wrenches, Matt enjoys being in the mountains hiking and camping, or on the river paddling and fishing.

CHEF – Jarle Saupstad United States
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 South Africa
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.

BOSUN – Owen Garcia United States
Owen grew up in Athens, Georgia. Before entering yachting, he studied business at the University of North Georgia. He 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.

DECKHAND – Will Way American
Will grew up in Orlando, Florida where he spent much time on the water as a lifeguard at a early age. Will got into yachting in 2010 after studying marketing at University of Central Florida. Spending the majority of his career on the east coast of the United States and the Bahamas.
He has become very fond of water sports and fishing and enjoys teaching as he was a wakeboarding instructor at a cable park in Orlando, Florida. He enjoys traveling to new and exotic places while learning the history and culture that makes them unique.

STEWARDESS - Samantha van Zyl South African
Sam was born in Pretoria and raised in a quaint little town White River, South Africa. Prior to yachting she worked with wild life and small animals, assisting vets. Sam has had many years of experience in hospitality growing up and working in her mom’s guest house in South Africa. She has recently moved to the United States. She enjoys running, horse riding and was a ballet dancer for 15 years of her life. Sam finds pleasure in making sure guests have the time of their life on board Never Enough.