- Paul Allen’s former 414-foot superyacht is for sale for 295 million euros, or about $325 million, yacht brokerage Burgess told Business Insider.
- The Lürssen-built yacht, Octopus, has eight decks, an elevator, a cinema, two helipads, and a glass-bottomed underwater observation lounge.
- The yacht, which Allen reportedly paid about $200 million to have built, has been spotted cruising all around the world in places like Cannes, Hong Kong, Argentina, the Philippines, and even Antarctica.
- The late Microsoft cofounder was known to throw lavish themed parties on board that were attended by A-listers including George Lucas, Mick Jagger, Karlie Kloss, and Chloe Sevigny.
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A superyacht that belonged to late Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen has hit the market for 295 million euros, or about $325 million, yacht brokerage Burgess told Business Insider.
The 414-foot yacht, Octopus, has eight decks, an elevator, a cinema, two helipads, and a glass-bottomed underwater observation lounge. Allen reportedly paid about $200 million to have the superyacht built by Lürssen. It was officially launched in 2003.
Allen was known for hosting star-studded parties on his yacht during the Cannes International Film Festival in France. Guests have reportedly included George Lucas, Mick Jagger, Karlie Kloss, and Chloe Sevigny.
Take a look at Allen’s superyacht and the places it’s cruised, from Cannes and London to Argentina and Hong Kong.
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