[Update: I am aware that this post is very snarky and smells of "sour grapes", but what the hell, I'm less PC these days, if I feel snarky I write snarky. As for sour grapes... well, okay so I'd like to be that rich, sure. But I really feel that 1: this boat is not in good taste. It is wildly over-decorated. It is "good taste" so over-done that it becomes bad taste. and 2: the only reason to get something this much over the top is to impress and overwhelm other people and get admiration.]
[Update 2: Thanks to Rick Archer for hosting the images and information. He has two other pages with his "retirement fantasies". (For some reason a big RV speaks more to me than a yacht. I find landscapes and cities more interesting than the sea, I guess.)]
Few people except Donald Trump would have this kind of taste.
330 feet! Three smaller boats on board! Russian-emperor-type furniture all over!
And so show that none of it is an accident, the name is not "Elanora" or "Princess Donna", but "Aussie Rules". Very subtle. :-)
(I wonder how that spindly furniture would look if the boat (ship?) comes across a serious storm.)
I admit I like the seats in the home theatre ("boat theatre"?). Now those look comfy! They only lack a foot rest.
Funny enough, on Greg's on site, modestly named shark.com (I wonder what he paid for that domain?), there's no hint about the boat anymore. I wonder if he have sold it? We are in crisis times, after all, and even after you have paid for a thing like this, it's not cheap to maintain, not to mention to use.