Philip Green -
Yacht Name: Lionheart
Yacht Length: 90 m (295 ft)
Guests: 12 in 6 cabins (est.)
Crew: 40 (est.)
Yacht Value: US$ 150 million
Owners Name: Philip Green
Owners Net Worth: US$ 6.2 billion
Owners Company: Arcadia Group
Owners Country: UK
Lionheart’s build contract was signed in 2012
A 90 Meter (295 Ft) Yacht
The 90 meter luxury yacht Lionheart was built by Benetti Yachts and will be delivered to her owner Philip Green in 2016. She has a length of 90 meter (or 295 ft). The yacht is built of steel with an aluminum superstructure, and has a cruise speed of 15 knots. The value of the yacht is estimated at US$ 150 million. The new Lionheart, known as project FB 262, is the largest yacht built by Benetti, since Nabila which was later known as Trump Princess and owned by Donald Trump.
And a 63 meter (207 ft) Yacht
Green still owns his previous Lionheart, now named Lioness V. This yacht is 63 meters (207ft) and is designed by Stefano Natucci. She has a steel hull and a aluminum superstructure. Lioness can accommodate 12 guests in 6 state rooms. Lioness has a reported building price of GBP 32 million or US$ 50 million. The yacht has a fast Otam Cigarette 45 tender named Lion Cub
And a Mangusta 33 meter (108 ft) Yacht
Green also owns a Mangusta 108, named Lionchase. The Mangusta is a fast sports yacht, which can reach a top speed of 37 knots. The Mangusta 108 has a list price of approx US$ 12 million.
Philip Green’s yachts can normally be found in Monaco, which is also his residence. The yacht Lionheart is not available for charter, but enquire for your ultimate charter experience on other yachts.
Philip Green is the owner of the yachts Lionheart, Lioness, Lionchase and Lion Cub. Green is a British born and Monaco based billionaire.
Green is CEO of the Arcadia Group, a British clothing retailer. The Arcadia Group is owned by his wife Tina Green, to avoid paying UK tax. Green inherited his fathers property development company at the age of 12. After a few years he started importing shoes and acquired a jeans company, named Jean Jeanie. Within a year he sold the company again and made a GBP 9 million profit. Green made several other profitable deals: He purchased the sports retail company Olympus for GBP 1, and sold it three years later for GBP 550 million. Later he acquired the Arcadia Group, known for brands as Dorothy Perkins, Miss Selfridge and Evans. The Arcadia Group has more than 2,500 shops in the UK. In 2013 Arcadia realized USD 3.3 billion in sales and a profit before tax of USD 600 million.
The Green fortune is invested through the private investment company Taveta Investments, which holds shares in Arcadia, British Home Stores and Owen Owen Holdings. In 2005 Tina Green received the largest annual dividend payout in the UK history: an amount of USD 1.5 billon was paid by Arcadia Group to Taveta Investments.
US$ 6.2 billion net worth
Philip and Tina Green have an estimated net worth of USD 6.2 billion. He owns a Gulfstream G6 private jet with registration VP-