(CNN) — A luxury superyacht which once belonged to the alleged mastermind of the 1MDB financial scandal is being sold again, just six months after it was bought by casino and hotel owner Genting Malaysia Berhad.
Photos from an auction site showing The Equanimity, a 91.5m (300 ft) yacht seized by the Malaysian government in 2018. It was allegedly funded using money embezzled from the 1MDB fund and intended for the use of Malaysian financier Jho Low.
It can host up to 26 guests in 11 cabins, as well as 31 crew members.
The interior, designed by British firm Winch Design, features
a brown marble staircase, Chinese cabinets, blue glass chandeliers and murals with dolphins and storks, according to the brochure. There is also a Perspex-encased piano, a formal dining room which can seat 17 guests and a lounge area with cream-colored sofas.
LOS ANGELES, CA – JANUARY 26: (L-R) Producer Swizz Beatz, recording artist Alicia Keys and Owner, EMI Music Publishing and Chairman EMI Music Publishing Asia Jho Low attend the 56th GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on January 26, 2014 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images for NARAS)
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Embezzled money was also allegedly used to fund the production of “The Wolf of Wall Street,” a film starring Leonardo DiCaprio about disgraced financier Jordan Belfort.
Billions of dollars were allegedly stolen from 1MDB, the Malaysia’s sovereign wealth fund set up by former Prime Minister Najib Razak, and laundered through a variety of offshore and dummy accounts around the world.
Blame for the huge scandal has largely fallen on Najib, who is currently on trial in Kuala Lumpur after a dramatic election loss in May last year. Low — who remains at large — has denied any wrongdoing.