Bill Gates reportedly orders $645M hydrogen-powered superyacht

Bill Gates reportedly orders $645M hydrogen-powered superyacht

As per reports, Bill Gates has ordered the world’s first hydrogen-powered superyacht at a cost of around $645 million. The 370-foot Aqua luxury ship has been designed by Dutch marine architects Sinot. However, Sinot denied that it had sold the Aqua concept to Gates. The vessel is unlikely to take to the seas before 2024.

Max Bants
Max Bants
RJ of Cthulhu
RJ of Cthulhu 1 months

That money is not going to disappear. When something like this is built, people who make the boat are paid, people who get the resources such as steel and glass, and so many other people who are involved. What every country needs os a free economy in order to see the benefits and not get taxed out of existence.

michael zubas
michael zubas 1 months

you could literally make your own fuel, As your milling about the waters.

Unkars Thug
Unkars Thug 1 months

This is a good thing for everyone, if true. We get money going back into the system, and he gets a boat.

Mr. Doc
Mr. Doc 1 months

Keeping up with the Thernburgs...

Mutatis 1 months

Well I hope he puts out a public tour or something, as it looks to be a rather nice boat.

npc8472 1 months

prolly costs about $22m a yr.

TrumpBumperCar 1 months

Shit, that much cash would help my whole country immensely...

Deadman 0_0
Deadman 0_0 1 months

Looks like the one from Incredibles two.

James Villalobos
James Villalobos 1 months

Tomorrow's headline: Bill Gates dies in massive Hydrogen explosion. RIP Bill Gates.

ConcealCarryProtect 1 months

Captain Nemo yourself away. I would

Cory Pritchard
Cory Pritchard 1 months

Wealth is amassed by a few at the top, and instead of trickling down to the average person, it trickles down to elite engineers and service companies that pander to the rich. Andrew Yang gets it right with his freedom dividend.

John Doh
John Doh 1 months

Only one?

mint 1 months

That's a cool fucking boat

Apache helicopter
Apache helicopter 1 months

I wonder how many homeless people he could feed with that heap of cash!

Nicolas 1 months

Other news sources confirm that he is not, in fact, buying this boat. His inability to stop doubling his wealth despite retirement and a commitment to give it all away, and his failed philanthropic endeavours into education, are still problems.

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