30.10.2012 [The Week Magazine] - There is no iYacht, of course, but before he died, Apple founder and CEO SteveJobs designed and started building his own yacht. Now, a year after he passed away, Jobs' 260-foot vessel, the Venus, has formally launched in the Netherlands, at a ceremony
30.10.2012 [Bangkok Post] - SteveJobs' superyacht launched. Published: 30/10/2012 at 01:16 PM; Online news: Tweet. AALSMEER, Netherlands - SteveJobs' superyacht "Venus" has emerged from a shipbuilder's yard in the Netherlands just over a year after the Apple founder's death.
29.10.2012 [Seattle Post Intelligencer] - The yacht ordered by Apple's late founder SteveJobs remains docked at the De Vries shipyard in Aalsmeer, the Netherlands, on October 29, 2012. The recently launched luxurious yacht named "Venus" was envisioned by French designer Philippe Starck and
29.10.2012 [Fox News] - A year after his death, the family of Apple founder SteveJobs have helped launch the super yacht the late technocrat designed in the Netherlands. Jobs reportedly spent years designing the 250-foot yacht called Venus which is steered from the control
29.10.2012 [Network World (blog)] - SteveJobs' dream yacht, Venus, has hit the water in The Netherlands more than a year after the Apple co-founder's death. The blog One More Thing has the scoop on this news, including that the 250-foot yacht with aluminum exterior features seven 27
29.10.2012 [DrJays.com Live] - One of SteveJobs' last personal projects, worked on right up until his death last year, was unveiled in the Netherlands this week. The massive luxury yacht, developed in collaboration with minimalist designer Philippe Starck and christened Venus, is
29.10.2012 [AFP] - AALSMEER, Netherlands — SteveJobs' superyacht "Venus" has emerged from a shipbuilder's yard in the Netherlands just over a year after the Apple founder's death. The approximately 70-metre (230-foot) long yacht is being built by Royal De Vries
28.10.2012 [Macgasm] - October 28, 2012. Mac News, Misc. News. Before he passed away, SteveJobs was working on having a huge yacht built and now, just over a year after his death, the yacht has made its first public appearance in the Dutch city of Aalsmeer in the Netherlands.