The yacht of Steve Jobs is completed

8 years ago
The yacht of Steve Jobs is completed

Finally, the construction of the futuristic yacht Steve Jobs was completed. An unusual design of the ship bears the name of the Roman goddess of love and beauty of Venus.

Unfortunately, the founder of the Corporation «Apple» will not be able to ride on his yacht. Dutch shipbuilding company «Aalsmeer» has finished the work only a year after the death of Steve jobs, who died from pancreatic cancer.

Steve jobs knew that he would not live until the completion of the yacht, but had hoped to bring the draft of the vessel, which he designed himself, to some logical conclusion.

Brilliant white ship has a length of 80 meters, and the hull is made of low-melting aluminum. On Board the many large Windows made from specially designed glass. On the bridge there are seven 27-inch computers «Macintosh» for different functions.

Boat price has not been disclosed.

During the launching and christening of the super-yacht was attended by the widow Lauren Powell jobs and three children of the legendary person.

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