One of the late Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen’s superyachts has hit the market for €90 million (US$90.5 million).
The more than 300-foot vessel, known as Tatoosh, was custom-built by the German shipyard Nobiskrug, according to the listing with Fraser Yachts, which is handling the sale.
“Having just completed an extensive refit, Tatoosh offers an exceptional layout in a Terence Disdale interior,” the listing said, referring to the U.K.-based luxury yacht and aircraft designer.
Replete with over-the-top amenities, the boat features a swimming pool, a beach club, an elevator and a screening room, the listing said. Accommodations include an owner’s full-beam stateroom—meaning it is as wide as the boat—and an adjoining apartment complex, plus 10 additional staterooms. It can accommodate up to 19 guests.
Transportation to and from the yacht is possible via large tenders, or smaller boats made to take to shore. In addition, there are two helicopter pads.
Tatoosh will be available for viewings during the Monaco Yacht Show, beginning Sept. 28. Fraser Yachts is marketing the yacht; a broker from the company declined to comment for this article.
Allen, who died in 2018 at age 65, purchased the yacht in 2001 for $100 million from telecommunications entrepreneur Craig McCaw, according to an article at the time in The New York Times.
The tech titan had a net worth of $20.8 billion when he died, according to Forbes. Allen’s sizable estate also included a 414-foot yacht, a research and recreation vessel dubbed Octopus, which sold last August. It was most recently listed for US$278 million.
Article Source: Mansion Global