The yacht, Venus the late Steve Jobs intended to build before his death, finally now on the roll and is ready to sail, according to French newspaper Le Monde report. The Jobs’ heirs have reached a temporary agreement in their dispute with designer Philippe Starck, according to lawyer Gerard Moussault. “A solution has been found and a security has been lodged on a bank account for the boat to be free to leave,” Moussault said.
The yacht was originally costing over €100 million ($132 million) to build and was completed in October only, but Starck said to have received only two-third of the total cost commissioned he considers to be owned for his work. Even, sign on this, Reuters reported earlier that the yacht was built on mutual trust between Jobs and the designer as a result of which there “wasn’t a very detailed contract.”
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