Recently listed on the market at an estimated $150 million is a sleek and feature-packed superyacht complete with a glass lift and a pizza oven. Her annual operating costs are estimated to be in excess of $15 million. The price of a yacht can vary widely depending on a number of factors, including its size, age, level of luxury, and the materials and technology used in its construction.
When laid end to end, the 246-foot-long Feadship Yachts vessel Arrow is almost the size of three tennis courts. The broker selling the boat, Fraser Yachts, says it hasn’t been on the market since it was delivered in 2020.
Advertising claims that those who travel on the steel and aluminum Arrow will have their “every pleasure catered to” and will have a “exceptional experience.”
The Arrow’s main cabin includes a restaurant, a bar, and a theater with a huge screen. There is a bar, an outdoor dining area, and panoramic ocean views in the sky lounge on the ship’s bridge deck. The sun deck is billed in the ad as “the ideal relaxation spot.” There’s a bar, a lounge, a hot tub, places to sunbathe, a grill, and a fully-equipped gym with windows on all sides.
The beach club, which has two retractable balconies, a bar, a sauna, a massage room, and a diving shop, is located on the lower deck and is the “primary attraction” of the ship. Up to 12 people can comfortably travel in the ship’s six cabins. The master bedroom includes a private bathroom with a shower, two walk-in closets, and a private office.
From March 23rd to the 26th, you can check out the 17.5-knot (about 20-mile-per-hour) Arrow at the Palm Beach Boat Show. According to reports, hedge fund manager and financier Michael Platt is selling his yacht Arrow for a staggering sum.