Inside Tiger Woods’ 6,500 sq ft private yacht bought with his billions

Aptly called 'Privacy', Tiger Woods' yacht is relatively understated... for a yacht of this size.
  • Tiger Woods earned nearly $2 billion (!) throughout his entire career
  • He bought his yacht a while back and named her ‘Privacy’
  • Among other things, it has an in-built scuba tank filling station.

Published on Jan 2, 2024 at 7:04PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Jan 3, 2024 at 7:03PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Amelia Jean Hershman-Jones
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Tiger Woods is one of the world’s wealthiest athletes and he has been for quite some time.

The 48-year-old golf star was earning eight or even nine figures per year way before the likes of Ronaldo or McGregor.

In fact, Woods has earned nearly $2 billion throughout his career, and one of the things he spent his money on is his yacht.

And she’s a beauty.

READ MORE: These are the expensive things Tiger Woods spends his money on including private jet and $20,000,000 yacht

Tiger Woods purchased the yacht to get away from the limelight.

In fact, the yacht is aptly called ‘Privacy’.

Built by Christensen and designed by Williamson McCarter & Associates, Privacy is a is a 155-foot (47 meters) yacht capable of delivering 3600 horsepower.

It has a range of 4,000 nautical miles and it can travel at speeds of up to 18 knots.

Among other things, it offers a jacuzzi on top deck and accommodation for up to 12 passengers and nine crew.

It even has an in-built scuba tank filling station.

This is because Tiger Woods, and a lot of people may not know about this, is a certified diver.

Most yachts of this size have garages for tenders and jet-skis but Woods took it one step further by adding a garage for Vespas.

Yep, you read that right.

This is just because he wanted an option to move around easily and seamlessly while the yacht is parked.

Tiger Woods has earned $1.8 billion during his career, including a PGA Tour-record $121 million in prize money.

And yet, despite his $1.1 billion net worth, his yacht is relatively inexpensive.

He ‘only’ paid $18 million for it.

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