Length: 138.56 m
Width: 19 m
Owner: Larry Ellison
Shipyard: L?rssen shipyard
The owner of the Rising Sun Yacht is a rabid sports fan – realize that he does not want to stand there without a fitness center and basketball court in the lake. The outspoken marketing guru Larry Ellison puts his Oracle software like billions in American football teams in the offshore sailing and of course in his sporty-equipped mega-yacht.
The Rising Sun Yacht was in 2004 during the Lrssen shipyard in Bremen in the water. It is 136 meters long with 50,000 hp and reaches a speed of up to 28 knots. The 200-million-dollar showpiece has 82 rooms on five decks and a living area with a total of 8,000 square meters.Larry Ellison will soon take the 88m yacht Musashi received and therefore wanted to say goodbye before the Rising Sun Yacht.
In addition to a fitness center are available to the traveler who can afford it, a luxurious sauna facilities, a cinema with a gigantic plasma screen and an exclusive wine cellar. Those who prefer to indulge fresh sea air, can play basketball on deck. But, beware: When the helicopter lands or starts, you have to stop the hunt shortly after baskets.David Geffen, the Rising Sun to immediately overhaul the Lrssen shipyard launched in Germany, in the winter they should be maintained and improved Rising Sun Yacht.
Founder and President Larry Ellison of Oracle is now selling its stake in the mega yacht Rising Sun. The yacht, which was built in 2004 for about € 200 million by the L?rssen shipyard in Bremen after a design by Jon Bannenberg has since been owned by Larry Ellison and media mogul David Geffen, who is the sole owner of the Rising Sun Yacht from now.
The Rising Sun is a mega yacht with a length of 138 meters and is one of the top 10 longest yachts. With this length, it exceeded even the yacht of Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen Octopus. Spread over five floors, it has an area of 8,000 m? on a total of 82 rooms. Among other things, the mega-yacht also has a lavish fitness center with sauna, a cinema, an extensive wine cellar and even a basketball court, which is also used as a heliport.