Saddam Hussein’s Ocean Breeze yacht to go on sale again


Saddam Hussien was known to be fond of luxury yachts. His prized possession was the luxury yacht Ocean Breeze. The luxury boat, which has been the subject of legal wrangling between Iraq and Jordan, which claimed ownership of the vessel, is now back in Iraqi waters, according to Iraq’s transportation ministry. After winning the legal case in French courts last year, Iraq sent the boat to Greece for renovations. The already luxurious yacht is said to feature golden taps, a small theater, and a helipad. Built-in 1981, the 82 meters long Ocean Breeze luxury yacht, however, still lacks the mega-yachts’ appeal today. But it is still a luxurious yacht to own. And if you think the Ocean Breeze fits your bill for the perfect luxury boat, then here is good news for you. After failing to sell in France for an asking price of $30 million, Iraq now has plans of putting the yacht on the market once again.

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A luxurious yacht with a history, it will surely generate a lot of interest.
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