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Boeing has reportedly sold its corporate yacht for $13 million as part of cost cutting measures.
Boeing’s Daedalus, a 151-foot yacht once used to entertain corporate customers, was sold to a California developer for $13 million.
The luxury yacht built by Delta Marine in 1999, usually moored on Seattle’s Lake Union, and often spent its summers in and around Vancouver Island, used by Boeing sales teams to host airline customers for fishing trips and conversations in a private setting.
The super yacht has a maximum speed of 16.5 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots.
It can accommodate 10 guests in cabins with an interior design by Jonathan Quinn Barnett and an exterior design by Ron Holland.
Boeing has being struggling even before the COVID, due to 737MAX issue, and now laying off thousands of workers, many of whom are in Washington.
Considering the lay offs, it is probably high-time the executive yacht sets sail once and for all from the corporate balance sheet.