An oil billionaire’s yacht has been spotted docked in Belfast as it makes a voyage from Malta.
Founder of Ineos, Jim Ratcliffe, bought the Hampshire II – a £130million vessel – in 2012.
It comes with its very own zip line, a bar on its upper deck and a wine cellar.
It also has an underwater viewing area.
According to the Belfast Telegraph, the vessel garnered some attention from residents as it docked next to the SSE Arena in the city.
The 78-metre vessel was designed by Redman Whitely Dixon and features a helipad which can also be converted into a playing field for ball games.
Ratcliffe formed Ineos in 1998. He has a net worth of £3.7billion and resides in Switzerland.