87' / 26.52m

Fort Lauderdale , Florida , United States
Never Settle
Constructed in 2005, M/Y Never Settle is an 87’ Johnson that has been extensively refit to meet the standards of any owner that truly appreciates the traditional layout of an impeccably designed American yacht
Motor Yachts
Fiberglass Hull
HIN/IMO: JSY87024L405
Vessel ID# 2798372
$2,375,000 USD
€2,205,306 Euros
CA$3,206,451 CAD
£1,912,820 GBP

Blended with highly sophisticated interior decor & custom furnishings. Since the current owners took delivery, there has not been an expense spared in maintaining, improving, and/or customizing this yacht to replicate the sensation of “feeling right at home”.

Her unmistakable exterior profile penned by Bill Dixon is certainly iconic, but her internal volume definitely speaks for itself upon boarding. With her significantly wide beam (just a few inches short of a 112’ Westport), there’s no doubt that this 87’ Johnson is levels above any yacht in its class. The icing on the cake is what is found in her machinery space, she’s stabilized by ABT Trac & powered by Caterpillar C32’s which have a solid history of providing reliability, support, seaworthiness and peace of mind…characterisics that you should expect when looking to undertake some long distance passage making.

Data Sheet
LOA 87' (26.52 meters)
Type power
Year 2005
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Fiberglass

Engine 1

I D 141551
Engine Make CAT
Engine Model C32
Engine Type Inboard
Power HP 1675.00
Power KW 1249.05
Fuel Type Diesel
Engine Location Port

Engine 2

I D 141552
Engine Make CAT
Engine Model C32
Engine Type Inboard
Power HP 1675.00
Power KW 1249.05
Fuel Type Diesel
Engine Location Starboard


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Sidney Ambroise

Miami Yacht Broker
1535 SE 17th Street
Suite 119
Fort Lauderdale Florida 33316 United States
Cell: 1-954-696-8163

Born and raised in Miami, Sidney's love for boating has truly become first nature. His knowledge of mechanical systems and functions took shape at a young age as he developed an interest in tinkering with various gadgets + engines. This eventually led him to start a career in the yachting industry as a marine engineer, dealing with electrical components, air conditioning and plumbing systems, along with structural fiberglass repairs.

Sidney transitioned to becoming corporate captain for Denison Yachting's service department during the company's early years, playing a key role in Denison's first rendezvous by navigating to various islands in the Bahamas alongside other client yachts. He then took an opportunity to run a private yacht for a couple years, spending his summers in Sag Harbor as well as helming trips up the east coast from Florida to several destinations in the Northeast such as Nantucket, Martha's Vineyard, Newport and Boston. 

As a captain for roughly seven years, Sidney has acquired a firm grasp on how to best meet the needs of yacht owners, including managing operational costs as well as maintaining and protecting such investments.

Having assisted numerous boat owners as a corporate captain, Sidney is committed to ensuring that his clients are comfortable navigating + operating their boat of choice and looks forward to helping them throughout the ownership process.