Like a gem of the high seas, the luxury vessel with its glorious Tiffany blue hull is once again shining brightly! Dmitrievich Pumpyansky’s $75 million Axioma, the first seized superyacht to be auctioned, was successfully sold to an undisclosed buyer for a respectable $37.5 million. The step was taken to settle the billionaire’s debt with JPMorgan, one of the largest banks in the United States, and not for the benefit of Ukraine.
In contrast to other luxury vessels that are often mired in legal disputes or languishing in shipyards awaiting uncertain fates, the magnificent 236-foot Axioma, auctioned by the Admiralty Court in Gibraltar, bounced back in action and is now available for charter through Camper & Nicholsons. According to unconfirmed reports, the mystery buyer was believed to be associated with Dunya Yachts, the shipyard responsible for building Axioma for Pumpyansky.
This stunning vessel, complete with an open mezzanine, a swim-up bar, and an exquisite collection of wines and spirits valued at $153,000, is open for charter at a rate of $660,000 per week. Up to 12 guests can experience the splendor of this dynamic motoryacht, which boasts an infinity pool, a fitness center, a movie theater, steam rooms, saunas, and massage facilities.
Designed by Alberto Pinto, this six-deck marvel exudes a palatial aura with its gorgeous decks, nooks, and corners. The sun deck, in particular, offers a wealth of entertainment with a jacuzzi, lounge areas, and a panoramic gym featuring massage rooms. Additional amenities on board Axioma include a 3D cinema room and an infinity pool on the aft deck.