In http://freshnessmag.com/2011/10/25/steve-jobs-by-walter-isaacson-available/” target=”_blank”>Walter Isaacson’s biography of http://apple.com” target=”_blank”>Apple‘s late CEO http://freshnessmag.com/2011/10/05/r-i-p-steve-jobs-1955-2011-apple-co-founder-entrepreneurial-guru-ultimate-tech-showman/” target=”_blank”>Steve Jobs, there are references to a planned yacht, describing renderings depicting a sleek vessel built with a teak deck and large floor-to-ceiling cabin windows. The elegiac passage finds Jobs tweaking the build, from Dutch custom yacht builder http://feadship.com” target=”_blank”>Feadship, disclosing that he doesn’t want to leave his wife Laurene a “half-built boat.” One year following his untimely passing, Jobs’ yacht made its first public appearance in the Dutch city of Aalsmeer, with Laurene and her three children in attendance. Christened “Venus” and designed by famed minimalist http://starck.com/” target=”_blank”>Philippe Starck, the superyacht measures up to 80 meters long and houses seven 27-inch http://apple.com/imac” target=”_blank”>iMacs. Check out more looks below.
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