Steve Jobs’ Super Yacht Impounded Over Unpaid Philippe Starck Design Bill


Steve Jobs’ 80-meter-long super yacht, Venus, has been impounded due to an unpaid bill from French designer Philippe Starck.

The yacht will remain in the Port of Amsterdam until Jobs’ estate pays the €3m due to the designer for his work on the vessel, which was completed after Jobs’ death last year, according to a lawyer for Starck’s company, Ubik. The contract was apparently short on details due to the trust between the designer and the late Apple CEO.

Check out a video of Venus, here


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