The Apprentice ‘sales guru' Lord Sugar STILL can’t flog his £12m super-yacht despite a year on the market and showing it off on BBC show

The Apprentice ‘sales guru' Lord Sugar STILL can’t flog his £12m super-yacht despite a year on the market and showing it off on BBC show

December 19, 2018

The Apprentice ‘sales guru' Lord Sugar  has not been able to flog the vessel with a Jacuzzi, VIP cabin and sprawling sun deck, despite showing it off on the BBC show.

The entrepreneur – who started out working on a market stall – put the boat on the market back in 2017, but it's still on sale now according to Yachting and Boating World.

The ultimate sales guru, 71, shows off the sprawling yacht, named Lady A, on the opening credits of his show The Apprentice, but there are still no takers.

The yacht is described on the Edmiston website as one of the "most distinctive yachts on the water".

It has six luxurious en suite cabins, and the full beam Owner’s cabin on the lower deck comes with a private study and has its own Jacuzzi, separate shower room and dressing room.

It has three double guest cabins on the lower deck with the VIP guest cabin and a twin guest cabin situated on the main deck.

It has an impressive sun deck on the upper deck too, and two private lounges.

It has had a recent ten-month refit and the newly designed and fitted interior features walnut cabinetry and solid timber floors.

Yachting and Boating world writes: "When the super yacht was first put on sale in the summer of 2017, it cost £12.65million, but the weaker pound means that if snapped up now, the new owner would save £300,000."

A spokesman for Lord Sugar said: "All owners have their yacht on the market at all times. A yacht is always for sale."

Last night, swimwear designer Sian Gabbidon was chosen as the winner of The Apprentice 2018 by Lord Sugar.

The 26-year-old, from Leeds, beat nut milk entrepreneur Camilla Ainsworth, 22, to win a £250,000 investment from Lord Sugar in her swimwear firm.

Speaking to The Sun Online after the final with Camilla, she said: "I'm not the most emotional person but it's life-changing. Nothing is unachievable. I want to make millions and prove Lord Sugar right.

"I can't even explain how I felt. I was absolutely over the moon. Because our businesses were so different, it was hard to have any idea what was going to happen.

"I believe in my business and myself. I think I proved to him [Lord Sugar] I was a really strong contestant.

"As a businesswoman I always aim high. I did get people saying I will never set up a functioning business in Leeds and I did it.

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