Sylvester Stallone was one of the many A-listers making the scene in St. Bart’s over the holidays, and while there were many yachts afloat in the azure waters off the illustrious island, Sly was holding court on the biggest of all — the posh Cakewalk owned by Denver-based investor Charles Gallagher. At 281 feet, it's the largest luxury yacht built in the U.S. since J.P. Morgan's Corsair IV in the 1930s and the biggest ever by volume. Gallagher has had the yacht listed for sale at about $215M. Stallone, his wife and daughters joined producer Mike Medavoy aboard the floating palace, which has an awe-inspiring six decks.
Located on the main deck, the elegant owner's suite has impressive forward views and includes a spa, lounge, theater and gym. A recessed dining salon with seating for 16 is decorated with hand-painted ceilings, while exotic woods are incorporated throughout the stately craft. There is also a game room located on the bridge deck, and above that the sun deck features a bar, loungers, sunshades and a whirlpool spa.
Other yachts cruising in St. Bart’s included Aussie billionaire James Packer’s $50 million, 170-foot Seahorse (where director Brett Ratner and producer Brian Grazer held court); Mike Ovitz’s superyacht, where the mogul made time with girlfriend Tamara Mellon; and the Seabourn Spirit that was chartered by Guess Jeans tycoon Maurice Marciano for his birthday bash.