‘Multiverse’ Superyacht spotted near St Vincent; netizens react

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St Vincent and the Grenadines: ‘Multiverse’ Superyacht was spotted near Indian Bay, St Vincent, on Monday, 12th February, 2024. It is to be noted that the yacht is owned by Yuri Milner, the tech billionaire.

With the arrival of the yacht, the island is likely to experience an influx of visitors which will play a huge role in enhancing the tourism sector of the island nation. Improvements in the tourism industry will play a significant role in providing jobs, boosting local economies, and delivering memorable tourist experiences to all its visitors.

Information about the owner of Multiverse Yacht, Yuri Milner

Yuri Milner is a 62-year-old Soviet-born Israeli entrepreneur, investor, physicist and scientist. He is a co-founder and former chairperson of internet company Mail.

Yuri Milner purchased the yacht from billionaire Graeme Hart (9.4 billion). Milner is a former physicist and early Facebook investor with a worth $6.8 billion. Through his venture company, DST Global, he earned his fortune by investing in mediums like Twitter, Spotify and Airbnb.

Milner also made some significant investments in Chinese technology businesses such as Alibaba and Xiaomi, the producer of smartphones and electronic goods.

About Multiverse Yacht

Superyacht Multiverse is the 47th largest yacht in the world at 116/380 ft long. The yacht has numerous facilities to offer to its visitors; it is constructed for long expeditions. It has a facility to accommodate a total of 30 tourists in 15 suites and has the capacity for a maximum of 36 crew members on board.

The yacht is constructed with a blend of elegance and sophistication as it is furnished with wrap-around forward-facing windows, which are designed by H2 design. The yacht offers various amenities to its visitors, which include a wine bar, swimming pool, movie room, spa and a gym.

Picture Credits: Google Images
Picture Credits: Google Images

The Multiverse yacht offers unparalleled comfort and cutting-edge technology to its visitors and plays a pivotal role in making their trip filled with various fun activities and good memories.

Various residents of the community also took to their social media accounts and shared their views on the news.

One person commented, “It is truly a sight to behold. I am looking forward to staying there and to seeing it again soon.”

“Saw it coming in Sunday night in Kingstown harbour. It was in the Grenadines for the whole season,” wrote another.

Another person commented the following “It was definitely exploring the Leeward coast on Sunday. I’m pretty sure it pulled into Layou for a bit.”

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