Tranquility, previously known as Equanimity, is a 91.50 m (300.2 ft) superyacht launched at the Oceanco yard in Alblasserdam, with Oceanco responsible for the exterior design, while Winch Design worked on the interior. The yacht was allegedly purchased by Malaysian financier Jho Low using money stolen from the Malaysian sovereign wealth fund 1MDB. It was seized by the Malaysian authorities in 2018, judicially sold to the Genting Group in early 2019, and renamed Tranquility.

The length of the yacht is 91.50 m (300.2 ft) and the beam is 14.50 m (47.6 ft). The draught of Equanimity is 4 m (13 ft). The steel hull is strengthened to Ice Class E, with the superstructure made out of aluminium with teak laid decks. The yacht is built to RINA classification society rules, issued by Cayman Islands.

Equanimity is built to comply with the Passenger Yacht Code (PYC). The ships facilities include a sauna, helicopter landing pad, swimming pool, gym, spa, movie theatre, tender garage and an on deck Jacuzzi.

Listing Company:               Burgess Yachts

Year:                                    2014 / (refurbished 2021)               

IMO / MMSI:                        1012086 / 319059800

Callsign:                              ZGDQ

Flag:                                    Cayman Islands 

Beam:                                  47'7 / 14.5m

Draft:                                   13'5 / 4.09m 

Speed:                                19.50 kn

Guests:                               18

Crew:                                  31

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