News is out on who the mysterious buyer of the Maltese Falcon is.
The sale of the 289ft hybrid beast of a superyacht has been quite a serial in the luxury world, being closely followed by blogs and newspapers alike.
Elena Ambrosiadou, founder of hedge fund Ikos Partners, reportedly paid $120 million for the Falcon.
Ms. Ambrosiadou, a first-time yacht owner, has been described as the highest-paid woman and wealthiest woman in Britain.
Ambrosiadou will use the yacht for only a few weeks a year â€” â€œI work 16 hours a day, seven days a week. I doubt if Iâ€™ll be spending much time on herâ€.
Otherwise, the yacht can be chartered for more than $600,000 a week. â€œThis is an enterprise,â€ she said.
The Maltese Falcon has six guest cabins, eight crew cabins, a gym and a sculpture of a vintage Bugatti racing car.
For fun, it carries two 32ft Pascoe RIB tenders (with water skis), four Laser sailing boats, and a 14ft Castoldi tender.