Larry Page, co-founder of Google, recently paid $45 million to New Zealand tycoon Sir Douglas Myers for the Senses superyacht. Myers previously owned the ship.
Elegant Kusch Yachts designed this 194-foot adventure superyacht, which was built in Germany at the Schweers shipyard in 1999 and then restored in 2010.
Philippe Starck designed the interior of the superyacht, which has six decks and can accommodate a total of ten guests as well as 14 crew members.
The split-level terraces feature open-air or covered sunbathing areas, private side pods, covered outdoor dining areas, and informal seating areas.
Both the open and airy fitness facility and the exclusive beach club, which includes a Jacuzzi pool and roomy sun loungers, were designed in the signature Starck style.
The focal point of the boat is the large owner’s suite, which has a dressing room that extends the whole beam.
The helipad at Senses, along with a number of different toys and tenders, are available for use.
Her twin Deutz diesel engines each provide 1600 horsepower, allowing her to reach a top speed of 15 knots, a cruising speed of 11 knots, and a range of 6,500 nautical miles when traveling at her cruising speed.