- Real-estate mogul Nick Candy’s superyacht, 11.11, has hit the market for $71 million.
- The 207-foot yacht sports room for 14 guests, several bars, multiple dining areas, a spa, and a pool.
- Candy is looking to upgrade to a larger boat, he told Bloomberg.
- The selling dealer, Y.CO, also has the yacht listed for charter for roughly $770,000 per week.
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Nick Candy, a British real-estate mogul, is parting ways with his 207-foot superyacht, but it’s not because he needs the money or because he’s moved on to other hobbies. It’s because the ship is simply too small.
“I want to build a bigger yacht,” Candy said. “Later in life, people contract their lives; at this age, I’m still expanding.”
Apparently, six bedrooms, multiple decks, pool areas, a nursery, a full-blown spa, and several bars isn’t quite enough for the businessman. But Candy’s extremely high standards aren’t terribly surprising, given that he made his fortune selling some of the priciest and most extravagant real estate imaginable.
Take a closer look at 11.11 and all of its amenities below.
Nick Candy — a British real-estate mogul who made a fortune on ultra-luxury homes — is selling his gargantuan superyacht for $71 million.
Although the 207-foot yacht is extravagant by most people’s standards, Candy is looking to upgrade to something a bit larger, he told Bloomberg.
“I want to build a bigger yacht,” Candy told the outlet. “It’s like anything in life. Sometimes you want to have a change.”
That may be true, but the superyacht still has plenty going for it. That is, if you’re into this sort of thing.
For example, Candy made sure to outfit his yacht with both an indoor bar and an outdoor bar on every level, as well as room for 1,000 bottles of wine.
Its art-deco interior, which was designed by Candy’s firm, features gobs of polished stainless steel, mirrors, and Italian marble.
Plus, 11.11 accommodates up to 14 guests in six cabins.
The master suite offers a walk-in dressing room, 180-degree views …
… and a palatial bathroom.
It opens up onto a private deck with a lounge area …
… and a jet pool.
The yacht also has numerous other decks …
… and indoor lounge areas.
The sun deck sports a mosaic-decorated jacuzzi and an Italian-stone bar.
Plus, there’s an outdoor dining space for 14 …
… and an indoor one.
The superyacht also offers up a steam room, massage room, gym, and a helipad for good measure.
It also comes with its own matching tender built by Benetti, the company behind 11.11.
Those who can’t quite swing the $71 million asking price may still have a shot at taking 11.11 out for a spin.
The selling dealer, Y.CO, is also renting out the yacht for $770,000 per week.