A hedge fund billionaire striving for even more decadence has listed his vintage megayacht for sale.
Apparently not satisfied with his massive mansion at sea, British banker Michael Platt has put his 246-foot yacht Arrow up for sale for $150.66 million.
(In contrast, the average Manhattan street is roughly 264 ft long,
The listing comes as the 54-year-old financier collaborates with Dutch shipyard Feadship on a larger yacht, Bloomberg reported,
According to a source familiar with the man’s yacht holdings, the next vessel will be 360 feet long, or 51 feet taller than the Statue of Liberty.
Meanwhile, the comparatively modest Arrow will soon be on display at the Palm Beach International Boat Show.
According to Bloomberg, although Britain’s second richest man has less than a working boat beast, the Arrow will be the largest yacht on display at the show.
The ship has six staterooms, a movie theatre, a massage room and a sky lounge equipped with a bar.
Built in 2020, the steel and aluminum boat has a “sleek exterior with amazing glass bulwarks” and a “masculine interior,” according to Fraser Yachts Listing,
There’s a gym, an elevator, a sun deck with a hot tub and “sunbathing area”—and an owner’s suite with an office and dressing room.
Oh, there’s also a beach club with two foldable balconies, another bar, a sauna, a dive store, and a “toy area.”
In addition to upgrading from the ultra-luxurious of his current cruise, Platt plans to make his living quarters even more unfathomably deluxe.
His Central Park South penthouse, it appears, no longer pleases the man — who the Bloomberg Billionaires Index values at $11.2 billion — so he recently listed it for $21 million.
Now, Bloomberg reported, he plans to move to a full-floor unit near the Central Park tower.