Inside Tom Cruise's incredible £32M motor yacht holiday in Cornwall
Inside Tom Cruise’s incredible £32M motor yacht holiday in Cornwall: Actor is living the high life on 68m vessel – rumoured to be owned by Roman Abramovich – which comes with a giant water slide
- Tom Cruise, 59, is thought to be holidaying on an incredible £32million super yacht in Cornwall, UK
- The stunning 223ft vessel – named Triple Seven – was spotted in the harbour of Penzance on Thursday
- Triple Seven can be chartered for £460,573 per-week, and was last on the market for around £38,000,000
- The 223ft motor yacht boasts sleek and neutral interior, including a plush living space fit for any A-list actor
He is currently enjoying some downtime in the UK and has been spotted at several prestigious events including Wimbledon, the Silverstone Grand Prix and the Euros 2020 final at Wembley.
And Tom Cruise is certainly taking his time off in style, as he is thought to be holidaying on an incredible £32million super yacht in Cornwall, rumoured to be owned by Chelsea owner and billionaire Roman Abramovich.
The stunning vessel – named Triple Seven – was spotted in the harbour of Penzance on Thursday morning, hours after Cruise, 59, was seen boarding the boat in Mevagissey on Wednesday.
Wow! Tom Cruise certainly took his time off in style, as he is thought to be holidaying on an incredible £32M super yacht in Cornwall, rumoured to be owned by Chelsea owner and billionaire Roman Abramovic
According to Cornwall Live, Cruise was brought to shore by Triple Seven in the early hours of the morning, before being ‘whisked away’ in a chaffeur-driven black Mercedes.
The local publication also reported that a ‘silhouetted figure’ could be seen on deck at sunrise, however they were unable to confirm whether it was the actor himself.
As well as filming MI:7 in the UK, Cruise’s appearance comes after a film crew moved into a quarry in Wiltshire, with many residents spotting A-list celebs in the area.
What a beauty! The stunning vessel – named Triple Seven – was spotted in the harbour of Penzance on Thursday morning, hours after Cruise, 59, was seen boarding the boat in Mevagissey on Wednesday
Triple Seven can be chartered for an eye-watering fee of £460,573 per-week, and was last known to be on the market for around £38,000,000 – before being sold recently.
Facilities on board include a deck jacuazzi, a gym, a sun deck and swimming platform. The boat also has the capacity to host an inflatable waterslide and carries jet skis, kayaks, wakeboards and jet skis for guests to enjoy.
Chartered: Cruise is believed to be currently staying on the boat
The 223ft motor yacht boasts sleek and neutral interior, including a plush living space fit for any A-list actor, boasting white sofas and a floor-to-ceiling windows to take in the sea views.
In the master suite the stylish and compatary decor – which is believed to have been updated in 2014 – continues, with a huge bed covered in white bed linen and a beige leather chaise longues.
The boat sleeps up to 10 guests in five different rooms, including the stunning master suite, three double cabins, one twin cabin and two pullman beds (a bed that pulls down from the ceiling or folds out from the wall).
The outside living space is just as enivable, judging by the spacious hot tub which is submerged into the decking on the back of the luxurious yacht.
Tom has spent much of the last year in the UK filming the seventh installment of the Mission Impossible franchise and has been pictured filming action-packed scenes in the Yorkshire Moors in recent months.
During his downtime, the screen star has also been pictured at several big events including Wimbledon and the Silverstone Grand Prix.
He was also seen mingling with David Beckham at Wembley Stadium for the Euro 2020 final.
Last month, Mission: Impossible 7 filming has reportedly been paused again due to a positive Covid test with crew members speculating it could be Cruise.
Despite there being ‘no proof’ to back up the idle talk, it has been claimed that people are gossiping it could be Tom, due to his alleged absence on set.
A source told The Sun: ‘Filming on Mission Impossible 7 is on hold again because of coronavirus. And this time, those working on the production have said they think Tom could be the possible cause of the postponement.
Glam: In the master suite the stylish and compatary decor – which is believed to have been updated in 2016 – continues, with a huge bed covered in white bed linen and a beige leather chaise longues
‘Everyone on the set was told that filming was being stopped again because of a positive test. And since then, Tom hasn’t been on set once.
‘Now people are speculating that he could have come into contact with the person who tested positive. And in some cases, people are even gossiping and saying it could be him.’
Impossible film representatives for comment.
INSIDE TRIPLE SEVEN
- Built by German shipyard in 2006, Triple Seven underwent a maintenance refit in 2016.
- Triple Seven can host 10 guests within her five staterooms, cared for by a crew of 17.
- She is fully kitted-out with a waterslide, jacuzzi, multiple alfresco dining areas and a lavish interior.
- Triple Seven travels at a maximum speed of 17 knots and cruising at 14 knots thanks to her twin diesel engines.
- The vessel’s last-known asking price was €38,000,000.
It is not known whether Tom has received the Covid vaccine or not, although despite being proven to dramatically cut the risk of coronavirus, none of the jabs approved in Britain are 100 per cent effective.
It means some vaccinated people will inevitably get infected without having any symptoms, leaving them unaware they are infected and contagious — unless they get tested.
In March, it was reported that Tom had surprised NHS staff to thank them for working though the coronavirus pandemic.
The movie star is thought to have secretly visited the ExCel Centre in East London to ‘pay personal tribute to frontline health staff’.
A source told The Sun at the time: ‘He told his team he wanted to pay his personal tribute to frontline health staff who have helped get movies back on track.
‘They were really shocked to see such a huge movie star. Tom wanted to keep it a secret and ensure it was a nice surprise for them.
‘The world had heard his rant at crew on set and that proved just how seriously he has taken the pandemic.’
MailOnline contacted representatives for Tom Cruise and the ExCel Centre for further comment at the time.
The ExCel Centre is a major vaccine centre with another part of the site being used for the NHS Nightingale Hospital’s patient rehabilitation facility.
Elsewhere it was claimed that Tom was reportedly in a rush to finish filming Mission: Impossible 7 in only three weeks.
Thanks to several delays to the shooting schedule brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic, there was said to be only 21 days left to get the film completed.
What a life: The outside living space is just as enivable, judging by the spacious hot tub which is submerged into the decking on the back of the luxurious yacht
A source told The Sun: ‘Mission: Impossible has been hit by so many delays, there is now a huge pressure to finish on time.
‘Tom and the team are tearing their hair out. Some of the crew are agency contractors and are already booked to move on to new projects.
‘Without them, Tom will be left scratching around for replacements. And if that wasn’t enough, he has his own scheduling conflicts.’
The source added that as Top Gun 2 is released in November, Tom will have to begin promotional work for the movie soon.
While the majority of the next Mission: Impossible is already filmed, there was said to be one final big scene to do that involved a speeding train being driven over the edge of a cliff.
MailOnline contacted a representative for Tom Cruise for comment at the time.
Delays: Thanks to several delays to the shooting schedule brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic, there was said to be only 21 days left to get the film completed (pictured in October)
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