Steve Jobs’ Venus Yacht

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

After plenty of buzz, the late Steve Jobs’ stunning yacht has finally made its first official public apperance in Aalsmeer, Netherlands.

Fittingly titled ‘Venus,’ named after the Roman goddess of love and beauty, the yacht was designed in collaboration with famous French designer Philippe Starck. The sleek, contemporary exterior is constructed from a lightweight aluminum, and measures in at around 230 to 260 feet long. The Venus yacht took over 6 years to completely design and construct, and is even finished off with seven 27-inch iMacs located in the wheelhouse of the yacht.

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