Tom Cruise took a break from filming Mission: Impossible 7 in the UK and opted for a short-term lease on a lengthy yacht this summer. The floating getaway’s weekly going rate is €538K, or about $635K at current exchange rates. The craft in question is a 223-foot leviathan that goes by Triple Seven. It’s owned by billionaire Roman Abramovich, according to The Daily Mail, and was last on the market with a $45 million price tag before being scooped up.
The craft was built by Germany’s Nobiskrug; exterior and interior design is the work of German studio Newcruise. Triple Seven is capable of a cruising speed of 15 knots, and a top speed of 17 knots; her range is 4,500 nm. The ship is outfitted with a SOTA stabilization that virtually eliminates roll.
Triple Seven can accommodate 10 guests across 5 staterooms, with additional accommodations on board for 17 crew members. Her common areas are designed in a low-key contemporary style, with off-white and beige tones complimented by judicious use of hardwood accents, and feature atmospherics by way of LED strip accent lighting.
Amenities on board Triple Seven include a movie theater, a private beach club, a gym, and a spa deck. The range of toys and tenders includes a Waverunner, kite surfers, various surf skis, an outrigger canoe, mountain bikes, and scuba and fishing equipment.
Cruise’s rental marks an alpine-to-ocean recreational change for the actor. Earlier this year, he relisted and then sold his retreat in Telluride, taking $39.5 million for the 320-acre estate—his asking price.
Cruise’s upcoming projects also include Top Gun: Maverick; the film is scheduled for release in November.
Abramovich’s net worth is around $15 billion.