The Venus, the $130 million high-tech super-yacht commissioned by the late Apple founder Steve Jobs, has been impounded in the Port of Amsterdam over a disputed bill.
The Venus was designed by Frenchman Philippe Starck who claims Mr Jobs' estate owes him €3 million. According to the BBC Starck called in the debt collectors and the yacht was impounded.
The super-yacht was commissioned in 2007 but only completed following the death of Jobs. He had worked closely on the design alongside Starck.
The super-yacht is minimalist and, according to Time, features "a sleek, aluminum-hulled design and a bridge controlled by seven linked iMac personal computers."