The billionaire has been putting assets on the market for the past couple of years, Second Shelters reports, including ultra-luxury estates, worth hundreds of millions of dollars. But the decision to part with C2, the massive luxury yacht, must not have been an easy one. Named after his second wife, Claudia Cohen, the beautiful vessel was enjoyed by Perelman and his subsequent wives (Anna Chapman is the fifth) over the past ten years. It even has dedicated kids’ cabins and is described as the perfect “multi-generational” boat.
Built in 2009 by the well-known Abeking & Rasmussen German shipyard, the vessel also benefitted from a refit in 2019, when it received a 23-foot (7 meters) extension to include a beach club, a tender garage, and two new cabins. The C2 really is a floating family mansion with 15 staterooms for 31 guests. But they can also be converted into other types of living spaces, from media rooms to libraries.
The main deck boasts an outdoor cinema and a huge glass-bottomed pool, allowing light to flood the generous beach club below. All rooms are bigger than an average New York hotel room, and the master suite boasts an entire wall of windows for spectacular views, plus spa-like amenities. Even the galley is a chef-equipped huge space, ready for exquisite family meals.
There are multiple open-air living spaces across its decks, all including a bar and a buffet. A raised jacuzzi and a massage room were mandatory for this opulent relaxation sanctuary.
But the C2 is ready to become someone else’s relaxation sanctuary, as long as they have $106 million to spare for the megayacht that’s listed for sale by Burgess. The downsized billionaire will only get to keep his memories.