Reinhold Würth is the owner of the yacht Vibrant Curiosity. Würth is Chairman of the Supervisory board of the Worth Group.
Wurth is an art collector. He owns more than 17,000 pieces of art and owns 4 art museums, such as Museum Würth and Kunsthalle Wurth. The collection focuses on painting, graphic art and sculptures created in the time between the end of the 19th century and the present time. His most expensive piece is Hans Holbein the Younger’s "The Madonna With the Family of Mayor Meyer”, a painting which Wurth bought in 2011 for US$ 70 million, but is now worth more than US$ 100 million.
Reinhold Wurth not only owns several private jets, but he even owns his owns airport: the Adolf Würth Airport in Baden-
Wurth owns many houses in the world, including a mansion in Florida and a large house in Salzburg, Austria.
His yacht Vibrant Curiosity was built by Dutch yacht builder Oceanco and was delivered in 2009. The yacht has an estimated value of US$ 150 million. The yacht can accommodate 18 guests in 9 suites and has a crew of 26. The yacht is designed by Nuvolari Lenard together with Azure Naval Architects. Since its delivery the yacht has been traveling all over the world, including Curacao, Florida, Vancouver and Auckland. She has a 7 meter (23ft) swimming pool on the main deck.