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Gallery: Inside the seized 91 metre Oceanco superyacht Equanimity

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Her exterior

Currently listed for sale with Burgess, the 91.5 metre Equanimity was the first yacht built to the PYC standard when she was delivered in June 2014 by Oceanco. Her interior, by Winch Design, is inspired by Asia and includes the use of materials like wenge, gold leaf, bamboo and marble. She is commercially approved to sleep 22 guests, making her a desirable charter yacht. After being seized by the Malaysian government in August 2018, Equanimity has been independently valued for $130 million and is now up for auction, with bids beginning at $100 million. Now Burgess has released new images of the superyacht that provide a visual tour of her much talked about exterior and interior. Take a look...

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