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Here's a rare look at Steve Jobs' final masterpiece, a high-tech 260-foot yacht made of light-weight aluminum. To top things off, "Jobs employed the chief engineer of his Apple stores to help design special glass that allowed the ship to be installed with ten-foot-high windows across the hull." Continue reading for a video and more information.

The Dutch technology blog One More Thing reports that the Jobs family will be on hand for the formal unveiling of the yacht at the Feadship custom yacht building company in Aalsmeer, Netherlands. Jobs' family gave out custom iPod Shuffle mp3 players to each of the crew members who helped build the yacht. Each one came with a note thanking them for their 'hard work and craftsmanship.'

Among the high-tech features inside the ship are seven 27-inch iMac computers. Jobs employed renowned designer Philippe Starck to lay out in the interior.

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This entry was posted on 10/29/2012 00:30am and is filed under Apple, Transportation .
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