The yacht designed by Apple founder and CEO, the late Steve Jobs was unveiled on Sunday at a Dutch shipyard.

Job’s 260-foot “final masterpiece,” named Venus, was finished in October and debuted at the shipbuilder Koninklijke De Vries in Aalsmeer, The Netherlands.

The Daily Mail notes that the yacht, described as "sleek and minimalist," by author Walter Isaacson in his Steve Jobs biography, looks just like an Apple Store.

The ship was constructed of a lightweight aluminum, as well as glass, specially engineered by the chief engineer of the Apple stores to fit the ten-foot-high windows that expanse the hull. In addition, seven, 27-inch iMacs serve as the yacht’s control deck. Famed designer, Philippe Starck put together the interior.

Jobs' family, his widow, Laurene, and three of their children, Reed, Erin and Eve, attended the yacht’s debut ceremony where they presented the shipbuilding staff with “elegant” thank-you notes as iPod Shuffles with the ship’s name inscribed on the back, according to CNN.

Well aware of his illness, Jobs’ poured much of his remaining time into the yacht. In Issacson’s book, he predicts what was to come of the luxury vessel.

"I know that it's possible I will die and leave Laurene with a half-built boat. But I have to keep going on it. If I don't, it's an admission that I'm about to die," Jobs said in Isaacson’s book.

Jobs’ died on Oct. 5, 2001 of pancreatic cancer, and in fact never saw his yacht built to completion.

It is unknown now much the “superyacht” costs to build, or when it will take its maiden voyage.