F1 mogul Eddie Jordan’s new £32 million superyacht

Formula One mogul Eddie Jordan is no stranger to the world of luxury yachts. A serial owner of multimillion pound Sunseeker yachts, Eddie always makes his new yachts available to paying punters who can experience a slice of his life on the water – and his new £32million yacht “Blush” is no exception to this rule! Obviously the privilege is not going to be cheap, prices per week start from an eye-watering €200,000 Euros…but in return, Eddie guarantees a holiday of a lifetime! And of course the chance to get aboard this brand new Sunseeker Yacht for a week during prime summer season is a snip at this price!

Eddie Jordan’s new £32million superyacht

Stepping aboard this brand new 155ft Sunseeker and into the main saloon, you are immediately struck by her sublime interior with profusion of both style and space. Unparalleled luxury continues on into the 5 cabins, which include two beautiful and spacious VIP staterooms located on the main deck. They feature floor to ceiling glass windows, creating a feeling a light and space, and of course providing spectacular panoramic views of whatever stunning bay you happen to find yourself anchored in. Two feature retractable balconies are fitted across two decks, which will allow Eddie and his friends’ uninterrupted views of the F1 Monaco GP this year!

Eddie Jordan’s new £32million superyacht

Yacht “Blush” was created with entertainment in mind. On the upper deck sits the massive sky lounge, and below decks next to the beach club it even has its own private nightclub! The beach club includes toys like the two 215hp Seadoo Jetskis; wakeboarding, waterskiing and donut rides behind the 260hp jet tender, paddleboards, and mountain bikes for shore excursions. The sun deck features a large open Jacuzzi looking over the entire yacht (not dissimilar to the Jacuzzi that Kimi Raikonen was famously pictured in aboard yacht “One More Toy” after he retired halfway through the Monaco GP). Needless to say that the yacht features state-of-the-art electronics throughout, including five 55” Airplay TV’s with wireless iPad  control of everything from what film to watch; through to control of blinds, lighting, and remote cameras.

Eddie Jordan’s new £32million superyacht

From late spring 2014 the yacht will be moored up in Eddie’s regular berth in port Camille Rayon in the town of Golfe Juan on the French Riviera, less than an hour’s cruise from the port of Monaco. Eddie plans to keep “Blush” in the south of France all year round where she will be available for private charter – ideal cruising ground to explore Corsica, Sardinia, Amalfi coast, and of course the local yachting hotspots of St. Tropez and Cannes – in absolute style and luxury. Yacht “Blush” is already heavily booked for 2014 summer season, but a couple of weeks in June and September still remain… Of course the end of May for the Monaco GP is already booked up for this year and next…so obviously Eddie is going to find time to use the yacht himself!

Daniel Barber is Director of AquaCruise Yacht Charter.

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Comments (3)

  1. Adam says:

    That’s a big one! Have seen quite a few of these “super” yachts at the Southampton Boat Show past few years..

  2. Nic says:

    Saw Eddie on board his boat moored in monaco Marina the day after the Grand Prix. Fantastic boat but he never invited us on board !!!!!

  3. I can get you aboard Nic, you just need a ticket….well, 200,000 tickets to be precise!

    Actually the boat is fully booked already for 2014, but there are still some 2015 dates available!

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