Photos: $200 Million Super Yacht In Bermuda

May 17, 2015

The 282-foot luxury yacht Seven Seas — which reports suggest is owned by Academy Award winning director Steven Spielberg and cost some $200 million — is the latest super-yacht to grace Bermuda’s shores.

Seven Seas Bermuda, May 16 2015-2

Presently docked in St. George’s, Seven Seas offers accommodation for up to 12 guests in 7 suites according to, and is capable of carrying up to 23 crew onboard to ensure a luxury yacht experience.

Seven Seas Bermuda, May 16 2015-10

Built in 2010, the Cayman Island-flagged Seven Seas is capable of 20 knots flat out, with a cruising speed of 15 knots and a range of some 5000 nautical miles.

Seven Seas Bermuda, May 16 2015-9

According to Forbes, the Seven Seas belongs to Steven Spielberg and has a slew of features including an infinity pool whose 15-foot glass wall doubles as a movie screen, a Jacuzzi, helipad, full gym, spa, massage room and an indoor professional screening room.

Seven Seas Bermuda, May 16 2015-7

One of the world’s most famous filmmakers, Mr Spielberg has a raft of films to his credit including The Color Purple, Jurassic Park, Minority Report, Saving Private Ryan, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Schindler’s List, Catch Me If You Can, E.T. and Jaws. One of the wealthiest filmmakers in the world with an estimated net worth of $3.6 billion, he has been nominated for over a dozen Academy Awards and has won three.

Seven Seas Bermuda, May 16 2015-5

According to the Daily Mail, in 2011 Mr Spielberg was fined by the Italian coastguard after his speedboat off the Seven Seas came too close to the coast and annoyed holidaymakers. Mr Spielberg, who was reportedly with actress Gwyneth Paltrow at the time, was fined 172 euros for breaching maritime regulations and coming too close to the shore.

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Yachting Magazine also reports the Seven Seas belongs to Mr Spielberg, saying it was delivered in 2010 and “began chartering at a whopping weekly base rate of $1 million per week for 12 guests in the Caribbean, making it one of the most expensive charter yachts available anywhere in the world.”

St George's Harbour Yachts Bermuda, May 16 2015-5

Bermuda regularly plays host to some of the most expensive and luxurious super-yachts in the world, and you can view some of our past coverage of super-yachts by clicking here.

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  1. Raymond Ray says:

    Wow! $200 million. Just keep up the good work and we will continue impressing them with the real big bucks. Believe me, they would not hesitate, (re)visiting our Islands shores. (Bermuda is still the botanical gardens of the Atlantic.)

    • JAWS says:

      Hey Bob Richards the Yacht cost almost as much as the new airport. Why don’t you ask Seven Seas owner Steven Spielberg if he wants to build his own airport in Bermuda. What….. is his money to fuzzied up!

      • Joonya says:

        Maybe Bob felt that he “had to deceive us”.. would you be happier with that Jaws?

      • Mockingjay says:

        And millions of people and children around the world are starving.

        • ann says:

          Please be quiet, do you not realize that the people on this yacht are actually spending money in Bermuda. They are paying to be here, lets welcome them! Little jealous are ya Mockingjay!

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  2. Gombey Liberation Partier says:

    Hopefully we get to the point where the owners arrive with and stay on them as opposed to just the crews on their transatlantic delivery crossing stops. She looks good though.

  3. WHOA says:

    Wow! This is amazing!

  4. Green Goddess says:

    When is the. P.P.P. going to bring their yacht the ” Alaskan Green Goddess” here ?

  5. Yeseye says:

    Always great to see these superyatchs in Bermuda. @jaws such an intelligent comment

  6. Captain Blackbeard says:

    Aaaaarrrrrr let us sieze ye vessel and use the plunder to pay our national debt. Mates to arms!

    • Family Man says:

      LOL, the sad part of it is that even if we could get $200 million for it, it wouldn’t cover the shortfall for a single year in what we need to cover the civil service salaries and pensions.

  7. ROGER LAMBERT says:

    WOW, what a fanastic looking yacht. Hope they are treated well by the public & governtment. Keep coming here and put some $S in our economy. The Trickle down effect again.