One of the grandest superyachts to ever leave the Oceanco shipyard in Holland, Tranquility, has just popped up for sale.
The 92-metre behemoth has actually only just resurfaced on the charter market after being the centre of the well-publicised 1MBD financial scandal last year.
Previously called Equanimity and allegedly owned by fugitive banker Low Taek Jho, the yacht was seized by Indonesian authorities off the coast of Bali and then sold off to casino and theme park owners Genting Group in a fire-sale for US$126 million.
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Its current sale price is undisclosed, but one can assume its new owners will hope it'll be flipped for considerably more than what they snatched it up for.
Just last month, cosmetics billionaire Kylie Jenner charted the vessel through Camper & Nicholsons for her 22nd birthday.
Built in 2014, the extravagant vessel has a range of 5,000 nautical miles and is built with an ice-classed hull for true exploratory sailing, along with two helipads. Tranquility can comfortably accommodate up to 18 guests across 9 cabins. The interiors were conceived by Andrew Winch Designs Ltd and are championed by the massive master bedroom that boasts 180-degree views and a freestanding marble bathtub.
Tranquility has since found a new lease of life and is available for charter from €1.1 million EUR per week - that is until it's sold, with its days on the charter market possibly limited depending on its new owner's intentions.