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Magic Johnson is truly living a life of no worries as he vacations Europe in a yacht that rents for more than $500,000 a week.


TMZ Sports reports the 230-foot vessel, known as Amadeus, has been rented by the likes of U2 frontman Bono and former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair. As it turns out, Amadeus’ owner, French billionaire Bernard Arnault rents it out at a weekly rate of $527,000.


Keep that in mind as TMZ Sports goes on to reveal that Johnson, who’s been traveling with Samuel L. Jackson, has rented the yacht for 6 weeks. The total for all that cruising amounts to more than $3 million. Adding to this is the fact that Johnson pays for a good bit of Amadeus himself, a reality that’s been in effect for the past seven years, in addition to a crew of 18 people to take care of him. To help Johnson out, Jackson does chip for the yacht in when he comes aboard.


So what does Amadeus have that makes it such a pricey vacation hangout?

How about seven staterooms that can sleep 12 people and handle 19 crew members, according to TMZ Sports, which also pointed out the yacht’s gym, sauna, bar area, automated driving range, multiple dining areas and movie theater among its many perks.

And let’s not forget that Amadeus has Wi-Fi. So yeah, Magic doesn’t have much, if anything to worry about because he has everything on the yacht.

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5 thoughts on “Magic Johnson Lives the Good Life With $500,000 A Week For Yacht [PHOTOS]

  1. Joy2 on said:

    I admire Magic because he gives back, has created jobs, he’s so down to earth, and it appears (overall) that he has remained grounded. Go Magic!!

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