Thierry Stern, the owner and CEO of Patek Philippe, has a $90 million superyacht as classy as their timepieces. Named after the watchmaker’s most iconic collection, the 240-foot-long ‘Nautilus’ is an explorer vessel with water toys, a hammam, a massage room, and even a sushi station.

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Introduced in 1976, Patek Philippe’s Nautilus is the most iconic and successful collection of the independent Swiss luxury watch brand. It has become a symbol of luxury and elegance, earning admiration from collectors and watch enthusiasts around the globe. The Nautilus line is so treasured by Patek Philippe that the company’s owner and president, Thierry Stern, named his $90 million superyacht after the Gérald Genta-designed timepiece. Currently cruising in the East and West Mediterranean, the Nautilus superyacht was recently spotted near the port of Antibes in France. We are unsure if the vessel’s billionaire owner was on board as the Nautilus is also available for charter in several cruising destinations, with prices starting at $750,000 per week.

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Previously named Grace E, it was built by Perini Navi and delivered to her owner in 2014. With an overall length of 73.3 meters, Nautilus was the largest superyacht built by the Italian shipyard when it was launched a decade ago. Engineered and built to cruise across the world, the explorer-type vessel has a steel hull and an aluminum superstructure. Its exterior was designed by Philippe Briand Ltd., while the interior design was done by French designer Rémi Tessier. It offers a unique blend of European elegance with a unique Asian-inspired atmosphere.

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The master suite. Via Charterworld

The Nautilus has enough space to comfortably accommodate up to 16 guests in seven resplendent luxury guest cabins. The guest rooms comprise four cabins with a king-size bed and en-suite bathroom facilities and one cabin with a twin bed and also an en-suite bathroom. The luxury superyacht is managed by a crew of 20, including the captain. The vessel features an elegantly designed guest elevator that services all decks.

The Nautilus has plenty of water toys. Via Charterworld

In terms of amenities, the superyacht’s wellness deck gets an observation lounge along with a spa with sauna, cold dip pool, hydrotherapeutic bath and Jacuzzi on the aft deck, a massage room, Hamman steam room, gym, and an exterior sun deck with sun pads and ‘pod’ sun loungers.

The sun deck. Via Charterworld

For maximum guest privacy, the crew can access the foredeck and aft tender garages without entering guest spaces. The U-shaped cocktail bar in the sky lounge also doubles as a sushi station.

The stairway leading to the premier deck. Via Charterworld

Designed to explore remote locations, the Nautilus superyacht has an impressive transatlantic range of 7,500 miles and can carry 185,000 liters of fuel on board. It is powered by four Caterpillar diesel-electric engines and Azipods, which give her a top speed of 16.5 kn. The Nautilus superyacht is a true piece of art, just like the legendary watch collection it is named after.

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Who is Thierry Stern?

Thierry Stern is the owner and director of Patek Philippe, one of Switzerland’s four leading independent watch brands. Born in 1970, he represents the fourth generation of the Stern family to lead the company, which his great-grandfather acquired in 1932. Under his leadership, Patek Philippe has continued to uphold its reputation for excellence in craftsmanship, innovation, and tradition. During his tenure, Thierry Stern has focused on maintaining the brand’s legacy while embracing modern technology and trends. His commitment to quality and innovation continues to drive the brand’s success.

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Designed by Gerald Genta, the Nautilus line has been a runaway success since its introduction in 1976. The watch has a strong marine connection, with its design inspired by portholes and their shells. Over the years, the Nautilus has established a cult status, with a waitlist that stretches for years.

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