A $69 million superyacht with its own library and Jacuzzi is up for sale this week

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The Monaco Yacht Show kicked off this week, and with 34,500 people attending, it’s one of the biggest superyacht shows in the year.

There are 125 yachts on sale this year with a net worth of $3 billion. Yacht enthusiasts hailing from the US to Russia gather to see the best in the boating industry.

The Athena yacht is one of the hundreds on display, and for a whopping $69 million, you get a whole lot when you purchase this superyacht:


The Athena yacht is one of the largest sailing yachts ever made, at 295 feet long.

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It has five separate cabins that fit 10 guests on board. The vessel can also accommodate a crew of 21 people.

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It features a lot of lightly stained mahogany wood.

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And there’s twin bedding in some of the cabins to fit some extra people overnight.

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The yacht comes with plenty of plush couches and seats inside.

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There’s a formal dining table inside.

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But also space for a kitchen table on the deck.

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The living room area has enough wall space for a flat-screen TV, while plenty of windows on the side let natural light in.

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There’s even a study room with floor-to-ceiling bookshelves that you can turn into your own personal library.


Circular windows in the study room keep the yacht’s nautical theme alive.

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The main cabin comes with a luxurious bathroom complete with a walk-in shower.

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It also has a massive marble Jacuzzi.


There’s a regal-looking staircase to take you to the upper deck.

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And once you get outside, there’s a cushy outdoor bed in addition to lounge chairs surrounding the deck.


Seating under the overhang means you can stay outside without risking sunburn.

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But if you’re feeling more adventurous, you can climb to the top of the mast for a striking ocean view from above.