- British real estate Mogul Nick Candy has listed his yacht for sale at the sum of €59.5 million (R1.2 billion)
- The billionaire businessman says he wants to build a bigger yacht, adding that he is still expanding
- Nick leased the yacht for charter at €650,000 (R13.2 million) per week for an average of eight weeks annually
Real estate mogul Nick Candy is selling his yacht for the sum of €59.5 million (R1.2 billion) and his reason is that he wants to build a bigger one.
The billionaire businessman said people tend to have a change sometimes, and at this point in his life, he is still expanding.
According to a report by Bloomberg Quint, the boat has been listed with Y.Co for €59.5 million (R1.2 billion).
“I want to build a bigger yacht. It’s like anything in life. Sometimes you want to have a change. Later in life, people contract their lives; at this age, I’m still expanding.”
The boat, which is Christened 11.11 was used by Candy for family and business purposes. The billionaire businessman man also leased the boat for charter at €650,000 (N298,886,998.47) per week for an average of eight weeks annually.
The boat has a lavish amount of space which include the massive owner’s suite - it overlooks the bow of the ship and contains its own walk-in dressing area.
It also has six guest cabins that can host a total of 12 guests.
There is an outdoor 14-person dining area and a smaller salon. You will also find a gym and a steam room covered in mosaic tiles on the yacht.
In other news, a fleet of supercars descended on a local petrol station in Johannesburg and caused quite a scene. The cars were filmed and when the video was posted, it soon went viral.
The BP garage on William Nicol in Johannesburg has become famous for the scene in which over 20 supercars made their presence known.
The deep reverberation of their engines can be heard in the video as they speed down the road, leaving onlookers stunned at the rare scene.
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