If you have a spare US$130 million and are in the market for a superyacht with space for up to 22 passengers, a helipad, and a variety of wellness amenities, then this one may be just what you’re looking for. The yacht gained some notoriety last year when it was impounded during the investigation into the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) scandal, in which US$4.5 billion from the 1MDB fund was misappropriated. It previously belonged to the fugitive Malaysian banker Low Taek Jho, who is believed by US authorities to be the mastermind behind the scandal. Low has persistently claimed he is innocent. According to Bloomberg, the Malaysian government is spending up to US$500,000 per month to maintain the yacht. The yacht specialist Burgess is the broker for the sale. The company said only one to two yachts of this value sell globally each year and that it takes 12 to 24 months for them to sell. The superyacht’s US$130 million price is a significant cut from the US$250 million that Low reportedly paid for it. Would you pay US$166,000 for this ultra-luxe cruise across 6 continents? Jonathan Beckett, CEO of Burgess, said that the yacht has been on the market since the end of last October. Check out the ultra-luxurious yacht. Equanimity is a 91.5-metre (300-foot)-long superyacht. It was built in 2014 in the Netherlands and has an exterior design created by Oceanco, a privately owned custom-yacht builder. The yacht has a cruising speed of 15 knots and a maximum speed of 18.5 knots. The yacht can accommodate its guests across nine suites in varying arrangements ... 5 cruise lines that offer roller-coaster fans high-seas adventures ... one of which is a master suite with a study that can convert into a second double room when required. The boat also has 17 cabins that can accommodate up to 31 crew members. Among the yacht’s many wellness-oriented amenities are a massage room ... ... a gym ... ... a sauna ... ... and a spa. The boat’s interior design was created by Winch Design and reportedly features an interior clad in marble and gold leaf. Neutral tones can be seen throughout its various seating areas and lounges ... Would you pay US$240,000 for a luxury 140-day cruise? ... one of which has a piano ... ... and in its dining areas, too. It also has its own art gallery and cinema, as well as a lift. Luxury cruise ship lets you travel the world – in your own home The yacht’s sleek design carries over onto its deck ... ... which offers more lounging opportunities ... ... and a circular swimming pool on the upper deck. Can you avoid crowds on 4,004-passenger liner Norwegian Bliss? Two 34-foot-long Hodgdon tenders come with the yacht. Burgess said the superyacht has “cruised extensively” since its launch and “needs some time in the yard and a repaint, but otherwise is in good condition”. Want more stories like this? Sign up here . Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram and Twitter This article originally appeared on Business Insider .