$110 million superyacht owned by US billionaire docks at Port Adelaide | 7NEWS

$110 million superyacht owned by us billionaire docks at port adelaide | 7news

A super yacht in Port Adelaide has piqued the locals’ interest, as an American billionaire, Jay Alix, has docked in South Australia.

The superyacht is reported to be worth $110m, and can sleep 12 people.

7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “$110 million superyacht owned by US billionaire docks at Port Adelaide | 7NEWS” – below is their description.

It is the stuff dreams are made of – a multimillion-dollar superyacht has docked in Port Adelaide and its arrival has local tongues wagging.

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The superyacht belonging to US billionaire Jay Alix has docked at Port Adelaide. The vessel, which is worth an estimated $110 million, is one of the largest privately-owned yachts in the world. Alix is the founder of a restructuring firm, AlixPartners, that has been involved in some high-profile bankruptcies, including that of Toys “R” Us.

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