Steve Job’s Yacht ‘Venus’ Finally Revealed [Video]
The Apple-centric boat features seven 27-inch iMacs, an aluminum hull, and panes of ceiling-to-floor glass.
Steve Jobs’ yacht has been launched at a shipyard in Aalsmeer, the Netherlands, where it was christened ‘Venus’ after the Roman goddess of love and beauty. Jobs worked on the “sleek and minimalist” high-tech yacht with renowned French designer Philippe Starck.
Jobs’ widow Laurene and three of their children attended a ceremony, and those who worked on the project were presented with a thank-you card and an iPod Shuffle with the yacht’s name engraved on the back.
‘Venus’ is approximately 230-260 feet long with teak decks, panes of ceiling-to-floor glass, an aluminum hull, and seven 27-inch iMacs lined up in the control room. Check out One More Thing‘s video below to see more of the yacht:
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