The superyacht Rising Sun dropped anchor in the Bay of Palma on Wednesday night causing quite a sensation. Rising Sun has been owned since 2010 by entertainment tycoon David Geffen, who had bought a half share of the yacht initially in late 2006. He is one of the founders of Dreamworks and has a fortune estimated at 10 billion dollars.

Tender approaches Cala Gamba yacht club.

A gym, a basketball court, a wine cellar and a movie theatre are among the yacht's 82 rooms.

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W magazine listed some of the guests on Geffen's yacht: Leonardo DiCaprio, Bruce Springsteen, Oprah Winfrey, Gayle King, Julia Roberts, Maria Shriver, Steven Spielberg, JJ Abrams, Martin Short, Diane Sawyer, Diane von Furstenberg, Karlie Kloss, Peter Harrington-Cressman, Jen Meyer, Josh Kushner, and Sir Paul McCartney. Geffen and his crew of 45 self-isolated in the Grenadines on Rising Sun during the COVID-19 pandemic, which drew some media controversy.

As soon as she anchored in the Bay one of her tenders operated a regular shuttle service between the yacht and Cala Gamba yacht club. Eye witnesses say that luggage was being offloaded from the yacht into three black vans. Rising Sun was designed by Jon Bannenberg, and built in 2004 by Germany's Lürssen at their Bremen shipyard