Equanimity docks at Port Klang (updated)


  • Nation
  • Tuesday, 07 Aug 2018

PETALING JAYA: The US$250mil (RM1bil) superyacht Equanimity, was seen at Port Klang at about 12.25pm on Tuesday (Aug 7).

The superyacht, which purportedly belonged to fugitive businessman Low Taek Jho, also known as Jho Low, docked at the Boustead Cruise Centre, Pulau Indah here at 1pm accompanied by four Marine Police patrol boats.

After its arrival, officials from the High Court, Attorney General's Chambers, Customs Department, and Immigration Department carried out certain inspection procedures which took about an hour.

More than 50 media representatives from various local and foreign media organisations were gathered at the cruise centre for the arrival of the super yacht, which was sighted at about 12.25pm.

The 91.5-metre-long vessel had 12 crew on board including the captain. 

The media, however, were not allowed to approach the vessel, and could only take videos and pictures from a distance.

Bukit Aman Special Branch director Datuk Abdul Hamid Bador was also present.

Sources said that the Government will fix one day for public viewing.

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