Filed under: Yachts & Sailing
One of New Zealand's richest men, John Spencer, has put his yacht up for sale. The 49-meter (160-foot) superyacht T6 took nearly eight years to build and the interior was only finished a couple of years ago. Spencer made his money from Caxton paper mills and was worth an estimated $265 million when he commissioned the yacht. It was designed by Pieter Beeldsnijder and built by Flyghtship in New Zealand. It is said to be New Zealand's only non-military vessel that can refuel a helicopter at sea. It has five cabins and room for ten crew. The asking price is 39.5 million euros.
Gallery: T6 Yacht