PI Yacht – Howard Schultz’s $120M Superyacht

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The PI yacht, formerly Syzygy 818, is a 77.3-meter luxury motor yacht built in 2019 by the Dutch shipyard Feadship. She is a magnificent motorboat constructed with a steel hull and aluminum superstructure. 

As a truly bespoke luxury yacht, PI yacht has been customized with cutting-edge glass technology from a computer-aided 3D design. Previously named Syzygy 818, she is considered lucky according to Chinese numerology. 

She was also named after the former owner’s birthday, which is on August 18th. Hence, the number was included in the official name of the superyacht. “Syzygy,” the second part of her name, is an astrological word that refers to the uncommon occasion when three celestial bodies line up exactly in the skies, as occurs during a lunar eclipse or new moon, among other things.

Name:Pi
Length:77m (254ft)
Guests:12
Crew:18
Builder:Feadship
Designer:Jarkko Jämsén – Aivan
Interior Designer:Sinot Yacht Design
Year:2019
Speed:18 knots
Engines:MTU
Volume:1,592 ton
IMO:9798258
Price:US $120 million
Annual Running:US $5 – 10 million
Owner:Howard Schultz
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PI yacht interior

The PI yacht is on the cusp of perfection with exceptional construction quality paired with outstanding design and innovation. 

Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design created the yacht’s exquisite Zen-inspired interiors, and her naval architecture was penned by De Voogt Naval Architects.

One of her greatest highlights is the installation of floor-to-ceiling windows without mullions, which fulfills the proprietor’s vision of the main saloon that is genuinely in harmony with the exterior. 

Throughout, timeless style, exquisite furniture, and plush seats contribute to the creation of her elegant and pleasant ambiance.

Specifications

The PI yacht is built with an 11.20m beam, a 3.30 m draft, and spacious teak decks. She travels easily with a range of 16 knots and achieves a top speed of 18 knots thanks to her dual MTU (16V 4000 M63) 16-cylinder 2,700hp engines operating at 1800rpm. 

Additionally, her water tanks have a capacity of about 33,168 L of freshwater. This unique full displacement yacht has “at anchor” stabilizers that operate at zero speed, enhancing board comfort whether at anchor or in rough water. 

She was constructed following Lloyds Register classification society standards.

Accommodation

The PI yacht’s six suites comfortably accommodate up to 12 guests. Moreover, she can accommodate up to 18 crew members, which guarantees a relaxing yacht experience.

The yacht features three double guest staterooms, one double owner’s suite, and one convertible owner’s suite.

As for the crew members, they are housed in six twin rooms, two twin officer cabins, one single officer cabin, and one captain’s cabin. 

The outstanding leisure and entertainment amenities aboard PI make her the perfect yacht for socializing and entertaining family and friends. This includes a beach club, Helipad (Touch-n-go), swimming platform, swimming pool, and tender garage. 

Exterior

The vessel’s external lines are notable for their innovative use of double curvature structural glass. 

Jarko Jammsen designed the vessel as his first superyacht project, which features four decks ideally made for patrons’ rest and recreation. 

The main deck aft is spacious, which may be configured for an informal setting, outdoor dining, or extensive sunbathing. 

There is also an expansive upper deck aft with side walkways connecting to the flush foredeck. The sundeck above provides the greatest vantage point on board for seeing the surrounding area.

Price

This luxury superyacht is worth $120 million with an annual cost of US$ 5 – 12 million 

PI yacht owner – Howard Schultz

The PI yacht is owned by Howard Schultz, the current chief executive officer of the Starbucks Coffee Company.

Starbucks is a coffeehouse business that Schultz helped establish as a global brand. He has a net worth of $4 billion dollars and is included in Forbes’ Billionaires list for 2022.

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