It's the yacht that Steve Jobs commissioned before his death, and it was just unveiled in the Netherlands this week.
In true Steve Jobs fashion, the yacht, called Venus, "comes equipped with seven 27-inch iMacs" that are responsible for the navigation of the more than 230 foot long vessel, reports the Atlantic Wire. It was designed by Phillipe Starck and is made solely out of aluminum. That metal choice makes it lighter and quicker than your everyday yacht, but we don't have video of it in action quite yet.
To thank the shipbuilders for six years of work, the Jobs family gave each of the team members an iPod Shuffle with the word "Venus" engraved into it.
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