Basketballs G.O.A.T. Michael Jordan’s $80 Million Yacht Compared to Tiger Woods’ ‘Privacy’

Both the athletes have utilized their hard-earned money to purchase a yacht that they use to spend their leisure time in. But what features do these big boats offer? And who among the two owns the better boat? Let’s find out.

Six-time NBA
Champion's 'JOY'

Six-time NBA Champion Michael Jordan is now one of the most successful entrepreneurs in America. The 59-year-old is continuously working on earning a lot of money and improving his standard of living. The latest addition to the legend’s acquisitions is the luxurious ship that he bought in 2019. 

15-time major winner's ‘Privacy’

The 15-time major winner also owns a luxurious yacht called ‘Privacy’ worth $20 million. The man has various assets in his name, however, the yacht is one of his biggest and most favorite investments.

Michael Jordan’s Yacht vs Tiger Woods’ Yacht

Tiger Woods’ ‘Privacy’ is a $20 million yacht and is 155 feet long. The boat has three floors and an observation deck on the top. Privacy also has 5 bedrooms and holds space for 10 people to sleep comfortably. There are four other cabins for the staff having enough room for nine people.


On the other hand, Jordan’s yacht ‘Joy’ has five fully furnished decks and is 70 meters long. The boat has eight cabins that can be reached via elevators. It holds the capacity to host 19 guests and provide them with a 270-degree ocean view. The main attraction of the boat is a full-size basketball court for Jordan to play ball with his guests.

Who has a more luxurious yatch, Tiger Woods or MJ?

It’s visible that ‘Joy’ is four times as expensive as Woods’ “Privacy”. It is also a lot bigger than Woods’s yacht in size. But it’s hard to say which one is better. Both players have added everything they wished for on their yacht.

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