Steve Jobs' supervillain yacht is chilling in the British Virgin Islands (not New England)
The massive yacht Steve Jobs helped design -- and which launched a year after his passing -- was recently (?) spotted looking like an amphibious Apple Store off the coast of Norman Island in the British Virgin Islands. The new photos show the ship, named Venus, with its sides and rear deck open for the first time on camera.
The latest snapshots of the ship were posted to the Woods Hole Inn Instagram account. Woods Hold Inn is located in Massachusetts, which has led many outlets -- including Time -- to declare that Venus is visiting New England. Of course, by the weather, mountainous shoreline, and abundant greenery it's pretty clear that the photos were not taken in January on the east coast of the United States. Oh, and the photos actually say that they were taken in the British Virgin Islands, so that helps too.
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