Steve Jobs' yacht Venus in Portugal (Faial Island)
|Owner:||Laurene Powell Jobs|
|Port of registry:||George Town, Cayman Islands|
|Builder:||Feadship Netherlands Koninklijke NV De Vries Scheepsbouw|
|Maiden voyage:||not known|
|Length:||78.20 m (256.6 ft)|
|Beam:||11.80 m (38.7 ft)|
|Draught:||3.00 m (9.84 ft)|
|Notes:||Data from builder|
Venus is a super yacht designed by Philippe Starck's design company Ubik and built by Feadship for the entrepreneur Steve Jobs. However, Jobs died in October 2011. The yacht was unveiled a year later and cost more than €100 million.
The yacht was impounded on 21 December 2012 at the Port of Amsterdam following a dispute over payment. The designer, Philippe Starck, claimed that Jobs' heirs owed him €3 million of his €9 million fee for the project. The yacht was only impounded for a few days until the dispute was resolved.
- "Venus - Feadship Royal Dutch Shipyards". Retrieved 6 September 2016.
- "Steve Jobs's £80m yacht impounded over unpaid bill". The Daily Telegraph. 21 December 2012.
- Banrji, Robin (29 October 2012). "Steve Jobs high-tech yacht unveiled". BBC News Online.
- "Steve Jobs super yacht impounded over unpaid Starck designer bill". Reuters. 21 December 2012.
- "Steve Jobs' Yacht Revealed, Christened 'Venus'". Mashable. 28 October 2012.
- "Steve Jobs' high-tech yacht impounded over bill dispute". BBC News Online. 21 December 2012.
- Aune, Sean P. (24 December 2012). "Steve Jobs Yacht Freed From Impound After Unpaid Bill is Settled". TechnoBuffalo. Retrieved 6 September 2016.
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