Yacht Length: 74 m (244 ft) -
John Christodoulou Net Worth: US$ 1.5 billion -
Yianis Christodoulou is the owner of the superyacht Zeus.
He is a Cyprus-
Christodoulou is the founder of the Yianis Group. The group is active in property devolvement. The Yianis Group owns a large real estate portfolio in London.
Its investments includes the Zeus House in London. And the Canary Riverside with more than 320 apartments). And the Canary Riverside Plaza Hotel.
According to the Sunday Times Rich List, his net worth is GBP 1.1 billion or approx. US$ 1.5 billion. In 2016 an amount of GBP 35 million was paid as dividend from his holding company.
He owned an Embrear private jet. The jet had registration G-
The property investor is an active philanthropist. Through his Yianis Christodoulou Foundation. The foundation's mission is to empower under served children and their families. To reach their full potential and improve their livelihoods. And take advantage of economic opportunity through education and social projects.
He lives in Monaco in a large apartment. We believe he also owns a property in London.
The yacht was purchased in 2017 for EUR 48,5 million. Before that she was known as Enigma. She was owned by Aidan Barclay.
The Zeus yacht was built as Eco for Mexican mogul Emilio Azcárraga. He was founder and former CEO of TV and media conglomerate Televisa. After he died in 1997 (onboard his yacht) the yacht was sold to Larry Ellison. He named her Katana.
When Ellison’s new yacht Rising Sun was delivered, he sold Katana to Aidan Barclay. Barclay named her Enigma. Christodoulou also owns a 165 ft Mangusta, now named Zeus I.
The yacht’s name is probably related to his Zeus House in London.
The yacht has an amazing interior. Her original interior was designed by Francois Zuretti. But she has since been refitted twice. And received an all new interior.
We are not sure who designed her current interior. Please do send a message if you do.
The boat is not available for yacht charter.
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