Venus, the yacht that Apple co-founder, Steve Jobs, was working on before he passed away has been seen for the first time off the Feadship docks in Aalsmeer, Netherlands. One More Thing scored the picture above and below.
Designed by Philippe Starck, Venus sounds, unsurprisingly, like an Apple Store taken float, with an aluminum exterior measuring 80 meters long that -- you guessed it -- makes it lighter than other yachts in its class. The design is minimalist, with teak decks and floor-to-ceiling glass, and 7 iMacs are front and center in the wheelhouse.
The Jobs family is reportedly on hand for the launch. More photos and details via the link below.
Source: One More Thing via The Verge