Power couple Beyoncé and Jay Z have been cruising the waters of the Mediterranean on board a $2.75 million-a-week superyacht.
The stars, who are estimated to be worth a combined $1.92 billion, celebrated Beyoncé’s 39th birthday aboard the incredible boat with their children, Blue Ivy, 8, and twins, Rumi and Sir, 3.
The Sun reports Beyonce and Jay-Z were spotted doting on their kids off the coast of Cavtat, Croatia.
They have been cruising around on the 106m long and 13m high luxurious yacht Lana for Beyoncé’s week-long birthday bonanza holiday.
Built by an Italian shipyard, Lana is one of the most impressive superyachts on the water.
Inside there are eight staterooms and one master suite, each with an ensuite and decorated in an individual colour scheme.
Lana also has plenty of entertainment to keep her VIP guests occupied during their stay.
There is a luxurious spa with treatment rooms to unwind and indulge, a well-equipped gym with professional trainers, a cinema room with an impressive audio system and an outdoor pool to savour sunny days.
The superyacht also has a unique Beach Club and two folding terraces, which offer all the state-of-the-art toys including jet skis, wakeboards, SEABOBs, waterskis, inflatable paddleboards and fishing equipment.
Lana can also host up to 34 crew to make sure the Knowles-Carter clan has their every need catered to.
The Crazy In Love hitmakers headed out on one of Lana’s speed boats during the seven-day jaunt in Croatia with their youngest two children.
The family protected themselves from coronavirus by wearing face masks when on dry land, with Beyoncé’s mask sporting a white-lined smile across it.
The break came after Beyoncé was recently spotted filming in the Hamptons and the release of her visual album, Black is King on Disney+.
The entertainer spoke about Black Is King in an interview with Good Morning America and revealed all the work that went into it.
She said: “It’s been a year in the making. I worked with a diverse group of very gifted directors, actors and creatives from all over the world to reimagine the story of The Lion King.
“The narrative story unfolds through music videos, fashion, dance, beautiful natural settings and raw, new talent.
“But it all started in my backyard. So, from my house to Johannesburg, to Ghana, to London, to Belgium, to the Grand Canyon. It was truly a journey to bring this film to life.”
It was Beyoncé’s first visual album since Lemonade in 2016, which topped many best albums list.
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