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World's Most Expensive Superyacht Charter: Steven Spielberg's New Seven Seas

Mar. 24th, 2011 | Comments 2 | Make a Comment   
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You'd think that having just taken delivery of his incredible new $200 million megayacht, the 282-foot Seven Seas, Steven Spielberg would want to keep it to himself.

However the famed director, recently spotted on board his new toy in St. Maarten, is already offering it as the world's most expensive yacht charter at an eye-popping rate of $1.3 million per week. That's more than double the cost of Sean "Diddy" Combs' iPad-controlled superyacht, Solemates, that everyone was fawning over in St. Barth's recently.

Built by Dutch shipyard Oceanco, the ultra-luxe craft features an elegant and tasteful interior design scheme by Nuvolari & Lenard. The Seven Seas is equipped for the most demanding Hollywood mogul. It's most striking feature is an infinity pool with a 15-foot glass wall that doubles as a movie screen so you can watch your latest production while swimming or lounging poolside.

It also boasts accommodation and extensive amenities for 12 guests along with a crew of 26, including a private owner's deck with a large separate master stateroom, study and private deck area with a Jacuzzi. Other luxury touches include a fully equipped Gymnasium, a spa and massage room and another indoor cinema – all fitted with acres of walnut, teak and rosewood.
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carter commented on August 14, 2011

he should let the poor folks take a ride I would be the first volunteer HA! When we die I have nothing to lose, but Steven has to leave that beautiful and all his possessions behind

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WaikikiBarrster commented on July 17, 2011

Stephen has been taken seriously since he started packiing years ago in Hollywood. Even so, this is Really Trippy. .

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