Steve Jobs' superyacht has reportedly been impounded in Amsterdam because of an unpaid design bill.
The late Apple co-founder never had a chance to use the yacht, which cost about $126m to build, before he died last year.
A lawyer for designer Philippe Starck's company Ubik, Roelant Klaassen, said Mr Starck had only received about $8m of the $11m he was commissioned to work on the vessel.
He said the yacht was impounded on Wednesday and would stay in a Dutch port pending payment from lawyers for Jobs' estate.
"There is some unfinished business, namely two invoices which were issued by Ubik last summer after Mr Jobs died," Mr Klaassen said.
Jobs' plans for the 70m yacht featured in Water Isaacson's biography of the former Apple CEO which was released after Jobs' death last year.
The vessel was finally finished in October this year and christened Venus.
Author: Alexandra Pleffer, Approving Editor: Fiona Willan