A Peek Inside Tatoosh
We've been talking a lot about Paul Allen's Tatoosh yacht recently. We first heard in May that it was up for sale for 125 million euros (over $160 million) through Fraser Yachts. It came up again when we saw the 288-ft. Musashi built for an unnamed billionaire believed to be Paul Allen looking for a replacement for Tatoosh (the name has led some to speculate it could also belong to Larry Ellison). It came up a third time when we learned that Paris Hilton had spent time aboard Tatoosh this summer, tweeting that she was "on heaven on the water." Given that kind of recommendation we had to take a closer look. Luckily Fraser Yachts have plenty of listing pictures that offer a detailed view of the 303-foot yacht. The Tatoosh was built in 2001 by HDW Nobiskrug and refitted just this year. It has an owner's stateroom plus nine guest staterooms with room for 20 guests and 30 crew. There is a cinema, swimming pool and two helicopter decks. Other over-the-top features include a basketball court, recording studio, spa, massage room, gym and games room. Tatoosh is powered by twin DEUTZ-MWM Diesel engines and can reach a top speed of 19 knots and cruises comfortably at 15 knots.
Gallery: A Peek Inside Tatoosh