Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder will soon receive a “superyacht” he purchased from Dutch company Feadship for over $100 million, which features the world’s first floating private IMAX movie theater.
Rupert Neate of The Guardian reported details of the 305-foot boat Friday, highlight by a “helipad, four VIP suites and facilities that cater to a wide range of sports, including golf, basketball, volleyball and football.”
The yacht, which is scheduled for a spring delivery, is named the Lady S.
Adding the IMAX cost an additional $3 million, per Neate. Ed Beckett, who works for Burgess, a British company that helped develop the boat. He told The Guardian there were a lot of hurdles to jump to make the request possible.
“You couldn’t have sound from the IMAX drifting into the cabins next door and, more importantly, you couldn’t have the sound of the engines or vibrations coming into the IMAX,” he said. “If they did we would not get the certification from IMAX—and that was the most important thing for the owner.”
The ship also has a helipad, four VIP suites, and two state-of-the-art 8K HDTVs.
The 54-year-old Snyder and his wife, Tanya, also own a smaller – just 225 feet – yacht called Lady Anne. He sold his Amels yacht in 2018.
The Snyders were on hand in Kaag, in South Holland, Netherlands, for Lady S’s launch last October; they’ll take delivery of the yacht in the spring.
Forbes estimated Snyder’s net worth at $2.2 billion. He is a billionaire from the USA and founder of Snyder Communications. His business was leasing jets to fly college students to spring break in Fort Lauderdale and the Caribbean.
The 54-year-old Maryland native has owned the Redskins since 1999.