Steve Jobs' multi-million pound yacht has been spotted at the Rybovich Marina in West Palm Beach, Florida this week, after making its way there from an Amsterdam boatyard, where it made its public debut last year.
The late Apple co-founder's 265-foot-long superyacht, which has been christened Venus after the Roman goddess of love and beauty, was designed by Philippe Starck, and is made with lightweight aluminium. There are seven 27in iMacs that make up the helm.
The initial designs were described in Walter Isaacson's biography of Steve Jobs as "sleek and minimalist… As at an Apple Store, the cabin windows were large panes, almost floor to ceiling, and the main living area was designed to have walls of glass that were forty feet long and ten feet high."
According to Isaacson, Jobs was working on the design of his yacht in the weeks before his death in October 2011.
A source from the Marina claims that Jobs' yacht has been cruising in the Caribbean but will relocate to the California coast this summer, reports Gossip Extra, who was sent a photograph of the boat docked in Florida by a reader.
Earlier this year, Henk de Vries, who heads up Holland-based Feadship, the shipyard that built Venus, revealed that the yacht was making its way across the Atlantic, after it was spotted near the Canary Islands on its way to the US.
The yacht is believed to have cost an estimated $138 million (£87 million).
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