Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Steve Jobs's yacht docked in Tenerife

 El yate de Steve Jobs atraca en Tenerife

The yacht of the late Steve Jobs, "Venus", 78 meters long, from Gibraltar has docked in the port of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, which has made ​​stops bound for Palm Beach, Florida.

The Apple cofounder yacht Tenerife remain in about five days, during which its crew of fifteen people, take the opportunity to rest and supplied with everything needed to get to the Americas, as reported in a statement the City of Santa Cruz Tenerife.

 El yate de Steve Jobs atraca en Tenerife

"Venus", which displaces 1,876 GRT and sailing under the flag of Cayman Islands, is moored in the harbor of Los Llanos in the harbor of the capital canary. The yacht, white, is controlled with the help of seven iMac computers lined the cockpit. 's latest masterpiece of Steve Jobs was the 260-foot yacht, a masterpiece of engineering in which Jobs intervened to when designing. However, the creator of Apple never had an opportunity to use the yacht, as this has been completed this month by a Dutch shipbuilder, a year after his death.

More - Venus: the most ambitious project of Jobs

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