No, Amazon Owner Jeff Bezos Didn’t Buy the Yacht Flying Fox
The world’s biggest tech giant Jeff Bezos is not the owner of the 136-meter superyacht "Flying Fox" and he has never been on a holiday in Turkish Riviera on board of this mega yacht, according to some serious sources.
Did Jeff Bezos buy the one of the world’s biggest mega yacht Flying Fox? In the event that it sounds like an unrealistic banner, that is on the grounds that it is.
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In the past weeks, bits of gossip started to circle online that the Amazon owner purchased the 136-meter mega yacht Flying Fox at $400 million. This hypothesis commenced after columnist Yashar Ali tweeted a photograph of the yacht seen in Hisaronu bays in Turkey, from his Twitter account. In this tweet, Ali mentioned to the Flying Fox as "Jeff Bezos' new superyacht", however in the short notice he deleted his post.
According to him he tweeted about Bezos owning the vessel in the wake of seeing an Instagram post by eyewear creator Loree Rodkin which recommended the yacht had a place with the tech boss.
In any case, it seems none of that is valid. A source with information of the circumstance reveals to some magazines that Jeff Bezos does not buy the yacht Flying Fox and he is not the owner. The source also states that he has, at any time, never been on board of this mega yacht. After this, the company Amazon also denies that CEO Jeff Bezos owning the yacht.
Jeff Bezos has been connected to the Flying Fox as a possible buyer since German yacht producer Lürssen initially started building the yacht in 2017. The yacht has recently been accounted for to merit an incredible $400 million, which may clarify why the world's most extravagant man, as per Bloomberg and Forbes, is continually proffered as a potential buyer.
The 136.0m Flying Fox yacht was produced in 2019 by Lürssen. She includes an outside structure by Espen Oeino and an inside by Mark Berryman. She can rest up to 22 visitors dealt with by a team of 54. Flying Fox's inside design dozes up to 22 visitors in 11 rooms, including an ace suite, 10 VIP staterooms. She is likewise equipped for conveying up to 54 group locally available to guarantee a casual extravagance yacht involvement. Immortal styling, excellent decorations and lavish seating highlight all through to make an exquisite and agreeable environment. She is worked with Steel frame and Aluminum superstructure. Flying Fox is equipped for 20 ties level out, with a cruising velocity of 15 hitches.
According to sources, the owner of Flying Fox is Imperial Yacht Fleet from Monaco and the boat is registered as commercial charter yacht.