Thursday, 14 February 2013

[www.keralites.net] Steve Jobs' dream yacht finally launches

 

Steve Jobs' dream yacht finally launches

Before his death, former Apple CEO Steve Jobs was planning to build one of the world's most unusual yachts - a sleek, all-aluminum cruiser that looked more like a Battlestar Galactica fighter than leisure yacht.

Rumors were that plans for the boat had been shelved during Jobs's illness. But now the yacht has just had its posthumous launch.


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The yacht Apple founder Steve Jobs designed during the last days of his life is seen in a shipyard in Aalsmeer, October 30, 2012. Steve Jobs' yacht, which the former Apple Inc. chief executive had been designing in the weeks before his death, has launched in the Netherlands where it was built in secrecy in a Dutch shipyard. Jobs' passion for minimalist design is evident in the sleek, streamlined, 80 meter-long vessel which is has reportedly been named Venus. (REUTERS/Michael Kooren)


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The yacht Apple founder Steve Jobs designed during the last days of his life is seen in a shipyard in Aalsmeer, October 30, 2012. Steve Jobs' yacht, which the former Apple Inc. chief executive had been designing in the weeks before his death, has launched in the Netherlands where it was built in secrecy in a Dutch shipyard. Jobs' passion for minimalist design is evident in the sleek, streamlined, 80 meter-long vessel which has reportedly been named Venus. (REUTERS/Michael Kooren)


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A man pulls a rope on the yacht Apple founder Steve Jobs designed during the last days of his life at a shipyard in Aalsmeer, October 30, 2012. Steve Jobs' yacht, which the former Apple Inc. chief executive had been designing in the weeks before his death, has launched in the Netherlands where it was built in secrecy in a Dutch shipyard. Jobs' passion for minimalist design is evident in the sleek, streamlined, 80 meter-long vessel which has reportedly been named Venus. (REUTERS/Michael Kooren)


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Two men stand on the yacht Apple founder Steve Jobs designed during the last days of his life at a shipyard in Aalsmeer, October 30, 2012. Steve Jobs' yacht, which the former Apple Inc. chief executive had been designing in the weeks before his death, has launched in the Netherlands where it was built in secrecy in a Dutch shipyard. Jobs' passion for minimalist design is evident in the sleek, streamlined, 80 meter-long vessel which has reportedly been named Venus. (REUTERS/Michael Kooren)


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People are seen on the yacht Apple founder Steve Jobs designed during the last days of his life at a shipyard in Aalsmeer, October 30, 2012. Steve Jobs' yacht, which the former Apple Inc. chief executive had been designing in the weeks before his death, has launched in the Netherlands where it was built in secrecy in a Dutch shipyard. Jobs' passion for minimalist design is evident in the sleek, streamlined, 80 meter-long vessel which has reportedly been named Venus. (REUTERS/Michael Kooren)


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People are seen on the yacht Apple founder Steve Jobs designed during the last days of his life at a shipyard in Aalsmeer, October 30, 2012. Steve Jobs' yacht, which the former Apple Inc. chief executive had been designing in the weeks before his death, has launched in the Netherlands where it was built in secrecy in a Dutch shipyard. Jobs' passion for minimalist design is evident in the sleek, streamlined, 80 meter-long vessel which has reportedly been named Venus. (REUTERS/Michael Kooren)


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The yacht Apple founder Steve Jobs designed during the last days of his life is seen in a shipyard in Aalsmeer, October 30, 2012. Steve Jobs' yacht, which the former Apple Inc. chief executive had been designing in the weeks before his death, has launched in the Netherlands where it was built in secrecy in a Dutch shipyard. Jobs' passion for minimalist design is evident in the sleek, streamlined, 80 meter-long vessel which has reportedly been named Venus. (REUTERS/Michael Kooren)

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