Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street was supposed to document the very worst side of stockbrokers but new figures suggest it had the opposite effect on cinema goers. New figures show that, following the UK cinema release of The Wolf of Wall Street, job searches for stockbroker positions rose nationwide by 44 per cent. So, no wonder why being a crooked stockbroker it’s not such a bad career choice after all if you’re thinking of life on 45-meter superyacht called Nadine. That’s actually the yacht on which the main character stock broker Jordan Belfort, played by DiCaprio lived named after his second wife.
Built in 2002 by Intermarine Savannah, Lady M is made for a luxurious setting for the film. Now, you can also enjoy on the same luxury yacht that appeared in the Oscar-nominated film, since she is offered for charter at weekly rates starting from $125,000.
With her classically elegant interior Lady M offers accommodation for up to 10 guests in five staterooms comprising a master suite, VIP, two doubles and one twin cabin. It also boasts a hot tub and cocktail bar among many luxury amenities.
Original Belfort’s Nadine sank in July 1997 following an instruction from Belfort while he was high on drugs to the Captain to head into a storm on a cruise from Porto Cervo to Capri. The yacht was battered by 15m waves and sank along with a number of toys including a seaplane, helicopter and eight jet skis however all passengers were successfully rescued by the Italian Coast Guard.