Steve Jobs’ yacht gives insights into his design process

Jobs worked for years to refine the details of a boat he would never get to board.

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Last month, we stumbled upon videos of Steve Jobs’ yacht, the Venus, which was reportedly unveiled a year after Jobs’ death. The sleek, clean design has a certain Apple Store look to it, complete with a row of 27-inch iMacs on board, but there’s no evidence the crew will don those blue Genius bar shirts.

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Then recently SuperYacht Times interviewed French designer Philippe Starck, who Jobs collaborated with to design Venus. (You might remember erroneous report… [Read more]

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