282 feet long, two spas, 17 televisions and a swimming pool – Steven Spielberg’s ultra-luxury yacht is on sale for $160 million – The master bathroom is bigger than most city apartments.


The films of Steven Spielberg, a three-time Academy Award-winning director, have grossed more than $10.1 billion worldwide. And now his 282-foot-long superyacht is set to get him a staggering $160 million. Hollywood heavy hitter Steven Spielberg took delivery of Seven Seas in 2010, named after his seven kids and his former wife, actress Kate Capshaw. The mansion-sized yacht was built by Oceanco and featured four decks, 45,000 gallons of freshwater, and a 77,000-gallon fuel tank with a range of up to 5,200 miles. According to online marketing materials, Seven Seas was built to the owner’s exacting specifications with interior design and décor by Nuvolari & Lenard and Molly Isaksen. Take a look at the synonym of opulence:

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Not only is the yacht equipped with a swimming pool, multiple spas, a total of 17 televisions, and easy-to-control smart-home technology, it takes a crew of 28 people for smooth functioning.

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The wood-paneled main saloon is located next to the owner’s suite and easily the ballroom’s size. The area houses multiple seating arrangements, a large TV, and a bar with Guinness on draft.

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This is the superyacht Seven Seas dining room, consisting of floor-to-ceiling glass that slides open to a teak deck perfect for alfresco pre-and post-dinner cocktails.

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Space is no issue even in guests’ cabins that are roomy with ample wardrobes, desk space, and a private bathroom.

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The owner’s suite, aka where Steven Spielberg slept, imagined, and planned, comes with a private office/study. It is a full-beam stateroom with various seating areas and an extensive dressing room filled with built-in wardrobes and a bathroom.

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The bathroom of the owner’s suite is the size of master suites, as seen in less opulent yachts. The grandeur of the seven seas is truly incomparable.

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One of the standout amenities is the ship’s state-of-the-art screening room, complete with plush sofas and a baby grand piano.


Guests can lounge about on cushioned loungers around the swimming pool.

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For fitness freaks who wouldn’t want to skip their daily workouts, the luxury vessel is fitted with a fitness room and spa complete with a massage room, sauna, and steam room.

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