Inside the US billionaire’s $ 160 million Japanese-style superyacht, looking at the interior is so enchanting that you don’t want to leave

We all know well that the world’s billionaires love to spend money on expensive hobbies like collecting supercars, luxury apartments, private jets or real estate. However, nothing can compare to a superyacht in the role of expressing the ultimate affluence.

Sure, a superyacht can cost hundreds of millions of dollars to buy and tens of millions more per year to maintain. It is considered a leading symbol of wealth and is often used to denote wealth, the status of grandparents, rather than a form of fun and relaxation.

From Jeff Bezos to the co-founders of Google, they all own multi-million dollar private yachts. However, the most classic example of this most luxurious hobby must belong to Larry Ellison with the superyacht Musashi.

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Mr. Ellison co-founded tech giant Oracle in 1977 and has run it for nearly 40 years. With a fortune of more than $90 billion, he is ranked by Forbes magazine as the 8th richest person in the world.

The ship’s connection to a legendary samurai

Ellison is famous for owning many different luxury superyachts in her life. Among them are the 58m-long Ronin, 75m-long Katana, and 138m-long Rising Sun. Coming here, you will realize that all of these boats have names closely related to the land of the rising sun.

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The Musashi also follows this “tradition” with its name taken from the famous samurai Miyamoto Musashi in Japanese history. Living between the 16th and 17th centuries, Musashi was a master swordsman, philosopher, strategist, writer, and roman. Legend has it that he was undefeated throughout his life and was revered as a “sword saint”.

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Those names explain Ellison’s fascination with Japanese culture – expressed right on this superyacht.

Yacht with Japanese minimalist style

The superyacht was “shipped” by Dutch company Feadship in 2011. At 88 meters long, it was the largest built by the company at the time and had an estimated price of $160 million. .

According to the designer, the boat is “sophisticated yet indomitable, has clean lines with many hidden elements, and a structure that opens but can be closed when needed – completely inspired by the personality of the ship.” Musashi”.

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Musashi has a capacity of 18 guests and a crew of 23 to operate. The interior features a combination of Japanese art and design touches. All furniture, materials used, artwork and sculptures reflect the aesthetic spirit of the Eastern country.

The ship’s five-deck layout is also quite non-traditional. Downstairs are technical areas and crew accommodation, a gym and a garage while this is usually a garage for tender motor boats.

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The tender boats are again placed on the main deck and ready to turn into a mobile “beach club” once they are released into the water.

A highlight of Musashi is the cinema room that can be converted into a cozy living room when needed. The remaining area of ​​the main deck is devoted to the passenger compartments. Meanwhile, a master bedroom occupies half of the upper deck.

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Convertible cinema room

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View from living room on main deck

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It is impossible not to mention the glass and stainless steel elevator system, surrounded by a glass staircase that weaves throughout the floors of the boat.

Musashi has an average speed of 18 knots and can operate continuously over 6,000 knots.

Source: SCMP

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