Tiger Woods' $20 million yacht 'Privacy' docked on Long Island ahead of U.S. Open

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Tiger Woods' $20 million yacht 'Privacy' docked on Long Island ahead of U.S. Open

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Tiger Woods' $20 million yacht 'Privacy' docked on Long Island ahead of U.S. Open

We have a pretty good idea where Tiger Woods will be staying during the U.S. Open next week.

Woods’ $20 million yacht, aptly named “Privacy,” was spotted docked about one hour east of Shinnecock Hills Golf Club at Gurney’s Montauk Yacht Club on New York’s Long Island, reports the New York Post.

Woods has owned the vessel since 2004. He and his former wife, Elin Nordegren, spent their wedding night and honeymoon aboard the 155-foot boat sailing the Caribbean sea.

The boat sleeps between 10 and 12 and has a crew of nine.

It includes:

  • Large deck bar
  • Eight-person Jacuzzi
  • Scuba-tank fill station
  • Inflatable decompression chamber
  • Cherry woodwork in the interior
  • VIP stateroom with two queen size cabin amidships and a twin cabin
  • Gym with a treadmill, exercise bike and free weights
  • Three-person elevator
  • Theater

“Privacy” costs about $2 million each year to operate.

Among notable guests hosted onboard “Privacy” over the years: Michael Jordan, Bill Gates, Oprah Winfrey.

The 6,500 sq.-ft. craft is capable of crossing the Atlantic Ocean, given its 4,000-mile range and 12,000-gallon fuel tank. It travels at a maximum speed of 17 knots. Woods unsuccessfully tried to sell the boat for $25 million in 2011.

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