Daily Mail Reporter
01:24 GMT, 28 February 2014
01:48 GMT, 28 February 2014
For a breezy $125,000 per week, even you can tool around the high seas in the very yacht used in Martin Scorsese’s Wolf of Wall Street.
The Lady M is officially available for charter and offers world-class amenities and is the quintessential ship for the Wall Street bamboozler who has everything.
According to the official listing, the 145-foot custom yacht accommodates up to 10 discriminating passengers in five finely appointed staterooms.
Formerly known as Raven, the divine Lady M portrays Nadine, Jordan Belfort’s actual yacht that had previously belonged to none other than Coco Chanel.
The Nadine itself is not available for charter, since it sank in 1997 after Belfort ordered the captain to sail into a storm on the Tyrrhenian Sea and all those aboard had to be rescued by the Italian coast guard.
It’s a steal: The 145-foot yacht used in the Wolf of Wall Street is yours to rent for just $125,000 per month
Regal: Here, the Lady M is docked in New York City for a scene from the Oscar nominated film
World is your oyster: You can relax on the high seas just like infamous Wall Street bamboozler Jordan Belfort. While this top-deck jacuzzi is included, beautiful women like Margot Robbie are not
Famous: The ship was featured in one of the most recognizable scenes of the $300 million box office hit, where Leonardo DiCaprio’s character throws cash and lobsters and federal investigators
Nadine: The yacht portrayed Jordan Belfort’s actual yacht, which was called Nadine after his wife
Comfy: The Lady M, as it’s known, can accommodate 10 of the most discriminating guests
Beautiful: There are five state rooms on the 145-foot yacht
Top of the line: The staterooms include a master suite and VIP room
Paradise: Here, one of several lounging areas on the gorgeous yacht, which was built in 2011
Elegance embodied: Fore and aft shots of the upper deck give a fleeting sense of what life must be like at the top
Play you a tune? In addition to this classy piano and the gold finishings Liberace himself would adore, the yacht comes with two jet skis and all the other water toys you could think of
All hands: The massive personal leisure ship takes eight crewmen
Refreshing: For $125,000, you could find yourself breakfasting at this elegant table before retiring to the marble bar for a mimosa
Only the best: The master bath is covered in regal marble and looks fit for a king (of Wall Street)