Few days ago we were spellbound with the news of super yacht made of pure gold by Stuart Hughes of Liverpool, U.K., known as History Supreme (Baia 100 Supreme) for an anonymous leading Malaysian businessman. But, to our surprise, Baia Yachts of Italy have confirmed that the story about the £3 billion golden super yacht was forged.
Yes, the yacht that was supposed to have 100,000 kilograms of solid gold and platinum, and took around three long years to get completed, is a complete fake story. According to the sales manager Mario Borselli at Baia:
“Who would believe that a boat would have 100 tons of gold on board? They took some pictures from our website without our permission. We will write him a letter asking him to take them down, but we are not thinking to go legal. It's such a stupid story it's not worth it.”
According to Stuart Hughes, the yacht was 100 ft. and featured dining area, deck and anchor etc., made using real precious metals and costing around $5 billion that was commissioned by an unidentified leading Malaysian businessman. After the revelation, Hughes remained unavailable for any sort of comments. Though, we have earlier also told you about Computer Choppers alleging Stuart Hughes of Goldstriker for fraud, and rebranding Computer Choppers custom 24kt Gold-Plated Macbook Air product photos as his own under "Supreme Ice Edition" and "Supreme Fire Edition" Macbook Air. Computer Choppers is known for its authentic customized gadgets in precious metals, better known for their "White Gold Plated iPad2" Lady Gaga and Karl Lagerfeld were spotted toting around recently.