A 332-foot megayacht equipped with its own helicopter, owned by billionaire Dennis Washington, was rebuilt a couple of years ago. The yacht was built in 1998 and named the Evergreen, but it was purchased in 2007 and renamed the Attessa IV. It’s worth about $250 million. Dennis Washington spent more than three years rebuilding and redesigning the yacht. A result is one of the most exquisite yacht with a new bow, new superstructure shape, totally new interior layour and a new stern.
The Attessa IV yacht includes now a grand staircase flanked by Henry Moore sculptures, who is best known for his semi-abstract monumental bronze sculptures which are located around the world. Four rooms inside the yacht were transformed into a magnificent spa, a gym and a massage room. A engine room is also completely redone.
Washington equipped his yacht with the most luxurious things, such as glorious custom Gucci chairs on a private deck. The yacht now includes a fifth-floor sky lounge and a bar. The master suite is an homage to the glamour of Hollywood in the 1930s. One of Washington’s favorite spaces in the yacht is multi-function room called the Chihuly Lounge. It features a famous Chihuly chandelier, more than 2.2 meters tall, which was part of a Chihuly exhibition in Venice in 1996. The yacht also has its own helicopter and landing pad.