Apr
3
2011
Just Because Privacy Is Overrated…
By Stephanie Wei under Tiger Woods

Tiger's boat docked in Nassau

Not to mention arguably overpriced, according to the reported $25 million price tag on Tiger Woods’ yacht “Privacy.” Reader P sent in these photos of Tiger’s ship docked in a harbor in Nassau, The Bahamas, several days ago.

According to Reader P, Tiger was spotted practicing at Albany Golf Club, the luxury golf resort created by the Tavistock Group, Ernie Els and Tiger. With the season’s first major coming up at Augusta, it’s probably safe to assume that Woods was gearing up for the big event in a more private setting than Isleworth (not to mention there were torrential downpours in Orlando). Of course none of this can be confirmed, so take it for what it’s worth. (High-five to trashy tabloid journalism!)

Earlier this week, The Palm Beach Post reported Tiger has been shopping for a broker to list his 155-foot yacht. And the New York Post confirmed the boat is for sale. If you wanted added legitimacy, the Wall Street Journal‘s Robert Frank called several brokers who corroborated with the previous reports.

As far as we know, his boat has only been on the market for less than a week. Apparently, there are no takers yet. After all, $25 million is a rather high asking price for a collector’s item used yacht (though very nice) that comes with some baggage.