UPDATE [15/02/21]: Planet Nine – AKA the superyacht from Christopher Nolan’s Tenet – is now on sale for €85 million (AU$103 million). Find out more here.
Among all the visually striking spectacles from Christopher Nolan’s high-concept blockbuster Tenet, superyacht Planet Nine was one which had our attention the moment it graced the big screen.
As we discovered through our research, however, it was a superstar in its own right well before its Hollywood debut alongside John David Washington, Kenneth Branagh, Elizabeth Debicki, and Robert Pattinson.
Completed by Admiral in 2018, Planet Nine spans 73 metres in length, weighs in at 2,100 tonnes, and offers 300-square-feet of mobile real estate. Under the hull, it’s powered by twin 2,575-horsepower Caterpillar engines which translates to a top speed of 16 knots.
The overall design features an exterior from the creative mind of award-winning talent Tim Heywood, with the interiors accomplished by the renowned Mlinaric, Henry, & Zervudachi. The result? A sleek yet imposing body furnished in a gorgeously minimalist manner rich with Scandinavian-style woods.
With an expansive owner’s deck that includes a luxurious private lounge, stately ensuite, and even an office – which all made an appearance in the film – this explorer vessel is capable of accommodating for up to 16 guests across 8 cabins, all taken care of by a crew of 22.
Other standout features which – dare I say it – are rather cinematic include the following:
- Dining room
- Screening room
- Swimming platform
- Helideck w/ hangar one level below – also capable of being set up as a “floating party deck”
- Locker room full of aquatic toys, i.e. surfboards, scuba gear, jet skis, kite surfers, inflatable canoes, inflatable trampolines, etc.
- Oversavtion lounge with wraparound windows
Planet Nine AKA the Tenet superyacht is available for private charter starting from US$650,000 per week (not including expenses) and can also be yours to keep at an oh-so-casual pricepoint of US$101 million. Hit the link below if you have any desire to visit Ravello by the Amalfi Coast or Vietnam (like old mate Sator did).
Now, check out our review and unravelling of the clusterfuck that was Christopher Nolan’s Tenet.