11 December 2018, Tuesday | 02:51am

Equanimity

Jho Low’s Equanimity to be sold at ‘nine-figure’ price tag

The Equanimity docked at the Boustead Cruise Centre in Port Klang August 7, 2018. — Picture by Mukhriz Hazim

Spare cash? Last chance to bid for Jho Low's US$250 million yacht

For sale: a piece of 1MDB history complete with Turkish bath, swimming pool and a helicopter landing pad.

RM3.5mil spent on Equanimity

ABOUT RM3.5mil has been spent to maintain Equanimity since the government took possession of the superyacht in August, says Lim Guan Eng.

US confirms Equanimity bought by Jho Low using Malaysia's money: PM

SERDANG: With Low Taek Jho’s US$250mil (RM1.02bil) superyacht secure in Malaysian custody, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad is now turning his attention to the fugitive businessman’s US$35mil (RM143m

Spending RM3 mln monthly on Equanimity maintenance is like having daily mega party on board

Spending RM3 million a month on the maintenance of a mega yacht is akin to having a daily lavish party on board while running the yacht’s utilities at all time, according to a luxury yacht specialist, Mega Yacht Club of Vanuatu Limited’s Operation Director, Nicholas de Souza. 

Penang reps supports ‘Equanimity’ as a tourism draw to aid nation

GEORGE TOWN: The possibility of the Equanimity being “loaned” to Penang for public viewing was a highlight at the Penang State Assembly meeting.

Equanimity remains in Bali pending completion of probe, says Indonesia report

The billion-ringgit Equanimity yacht, which was seized in Bali last week, has yet to be handed over to US authorities, said Indonesian news agency Antara.