Palma.—Venus is a little under 80m (260 feet) long, made of lightweight aluminium and features 3m (10 feet) high windows.
Just another super-yacht for one of the world's mega-rich you might think, but the clues to the owner of this sleek vessel are there, not least in the many Apple Mac computer screens on the bridge. The vessel is named after the Roman goddess of love and it was launched in Aalsmeer in the Netherlands in October last year at a cost of more than 100 million euros - a year after Jobs passed away.

The boat was built by the Dutch custom yacht builders Feadship and Jobs worked on the plans for the boat with the French product designer Philippe Starck.

Starck is well known for designing everything from restaurant interiors, to street lights, to motorcycles including Majorca's newest marina Port Adriano. Apparently, when the ship was launched last year, Jobs' widow Laurene and three of their children, Reed, Erin and Eve, were at the ceremony.

The Jobs family gave each of the members of the shipbuilding staff an elegant thank-you note, along with a token gift of their appreciation - an iPod Shuffle with the name of the ship inscribed on the back.

The yacht appears to be as it was described in the Steve Jobs biography by Walter Isaacson.
In the book, Isaacson wrote about Jobs showing him models and architectural drawings of the yacht, which Isaacson described as “sleek and minimalist.” It's an extraordinary vessel with teak decks and large panes of ceiling-to-floor glass throughout.
Apparently, the late Apple CEO was aware he might not live to see the boat launched, but continued to tinker with its design.
Over the past week, some of the largest, most expensive and technologically advanced private yachts have been in Palma.
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