“The 256-foot-long yacht ordered by Apple founder Steve Jobs before he died in 2011 glided into the Intracoastal in Palm Beach County this week finally to dock at the Rybovich Marina in West Palm Beach,” Jose Lambiet reports for GossipExtra.
“A Gossip Extra reader sent [a] photo of the $140 million-behemoth, a cross between a 100-year-old riverboat and modern James Bond villain lair, as it passed the northern tip of Palm Beach Monday,” Lambiet reports. “Most of the ship’s functions and navigation are controlled by seven iMacs.”
Lambiet reports, “A port source said the ship has been cruising the Caribbean but is supposed to relocate on the California coast over the summer.”
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