Elon Musk was spotted relaxing aboard a superyacht in Mykonos, Greece.
The 24-meter luxury vessel, named Zeus, can be chartered for over $7,000 a day.
Musk is famously anti-vacation, but he seemed to make an exception for a day lounging on the yacht.
Elon Musk doesn't vacation often, but when he does, he does it in style.
The Tesla and SpaceX CEO — who's currently embroiled in a battle over the future of Twitter — was spotted Sunday aboard a luxury yacht in Mykonos, Greece. Joined by a group of friends that included Endeavor CEO Ari Emanuel and his fashion-designer wife, Sarah Staudinger, Musk spent the day swimming, sunning himself, drinking cocktails, and even getting hosed down by Emanuel.
"Haha damn, maybe I should take off my shirt more often," Musk tweeted Tuesday after the photos went viral, adding that he was "already back in the factory."
While Musk famously owns a $70 million private jet, he hasn't sprung for a yacht of his own (unlike his space rival, Jeff Bezos). Instead, the group chartered the vessel — called Zeus — from SamBoat, a European online boat-rental firm that operates in Greece, Croatia, and Spain, and has plans to expand to the US.
Here's a peek inside the luxurious superyacht, which rents for over $7,000 a day.
Zeus is a 24-meter yacht, which is equivalent to about 79 feet. Renting the vessel starts at $7,171.
The yacht has capacity for 20 people and is intended for full-day excursions.
A skipper is included with the rental — the skipper serves as your captain during your trip.
Passengers can swim off the back platform, like Musk did ...
... or lounge with a cocktail on the rear deck.
If guests need a break from the sun, there's room to sit down for a meal inside. And if anyone needs a nap, there are four berths onboard that can sleep up to eight people.
And for anyone looking to explore the turquoise waters of the Aegean Sea, there's snorkeling gear onboard.
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