RJC Yachts ranks high with SuperYacht Times Top 10


RJC Yacht Sales & Charter represented twice in this month's SuperYacht Times USA Issue Top 10 list of their favorite homegrown yachts!

As one of the oldest nations involved in the yachting industry, America has an interesting (and exemplary) history when it comes to luxury yacht building. This month, in their "USA Issue", The SuperYacht Times honored their Top 10 choices for yachts "Born in the USA" - a list which RJC Yachts is pleased to have two out of the ten's listings under their representation.

Coming in at second place is the iconic "Cocoa Bean" - which as you know, is the largest Trinity motoryacht built to date. An impressive construction project, overseen by our very own Bob Cury on behalf of the buyer, and delivered in 2014, every last inch of her 243' frame is finished to the impeccable build-quality which USA-built yachts are known for. Built and styled by Trinity Yachts, with the luxurious interior designed by Evan K Marshall, Cocoa Bean's palatial size was thoughtfully designed to include a multitude of intimate relaxation areas in addition to the standard array of salons and entertainment areas one is used to finding on a luxury yacht of her class and stature. No expense spared, Cocoa Bean was fitted with every extra her owner desired - including a custom half-round glass elevator that spans all four decks.


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Also commended is RJC Yachts' central agency listing "Never Enough" - another impeccable example of the fine work that comes out of the Trinity Yachts boat yard. Built to incredibly high specifications and delivered in 2006, with a full refit completed in 2014, M/Y Never Enough was commissioned by her [then] yachting-connoisseur owner to meet - and exceed - his every expectation. Her ample 157' tri-deck layout boasts an impressive main deck full-beam master suite, with additional VIP and guest cabins - accommodating up to 10 guests and 8 crew. Powered by twin 3512B Caterpillar and outfitted with an ultra-modern stabilization system, she cruises at smooth and comfortable 16 knots, with a maximum speed of 20 knots, and an impressive range of 3,700 nautical miles at 12 knots.

M/Y Never Enough is currently listed for sale, as well as charter, through RJC Yachts, with David Weist serving as the central listing broker, and Nicole Caulfield as her charter director. Currently located between Fort Lauderdale and the Bahamas, she is waiting to take you out on the water, where she can give you a first-hand experience in all you need to know about American-built yacht craftsmanship!