You know, I was worried about what Troy’s send off story would be.
But I guess sailing around the world (in a boat not-so-subtlely named “Childish Tycoon *wink wink*) and having a journey to become his own person while earning millions of dollars isn’t so bad.
Not to mention that it’s definitely a metaphor for Donald’s real reason for leaving: to become his own person by exploring many areas of artistry while making a nice amount of money.
"In addition, I am prepared to leave Troy Barnes my remaining shares in the Hawthorne Wipes company, currently valued at 14.3 million dollars. On one condition: you must first sail my boat, the Childish Tycoon, by yourself, around the entire world. When I was 23 my father asked me to do the same thing to earn my adulthood and his fortune. Of course, I cheated and floated off the coast of Belize for a year, doing coke with John Denver. I always regretted it. I’d like to give you a chance to do what I never did: become your own man."