- Contrary to earlier reports, Bill Gates has not ordered the world's first hydrogen-powered superyacht valued at $644m (GHC3,507,006,328)
- News that Bill Gates had bought the 112-meter long vessel was first broken by the UK Guardian and latched onto by other media platforms
- However, the Sinot Yacht Architecture and Design, the designers of hydrogen-powered superyacht concept denied the reports
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Reports that Bill Gates has bought the world’s first hydrogen-powered superyacht that is worth $644m (GHC3,507,006,328) and has a large pool, helipad, spa, and gym are false, YEN.com.gh can report.
The Guardian reported that the Microsoft co-founder commissioned the ship, a-112-meter long vessel that is powered by hydrogen.
However, the designers of the super-yacht, Sinot Yacht Architecture and Design, denied the report.
In a statement issued on Monday, February 10, 2020, Sinot Yacht Architecture and Design, said that the hydrogen-powered Yacht project is not linked in any way to Bill Gates or his representatives.
The statement added that Sinot had no business whatsoever with Bill Gates and that reports linking the comonay to the billionaire are false.
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