Carefree billionnaire Elon Musk enjoys the Greek sun and beaches with friends in Mykonos

Musk In Mykonos

Billionaire SpaceX and Tesla founder, Elon Musk continues his Grecian adventure soaking up the Greek sun and crystal clear blue waters with friends off the island of Mykonos.

According to the Daily Mail, Musk was joined by fashion designer Sarah Staudinger, 33, founder of the Staud fashion brand, and her new husband, superstar agent - and inspiration for HBO's Entourage - Ari Emanuel, 61.

The eccentric billionaire was spotted aboard the  “Zeus” — an almost $20,000-per-week motor yacht that can accommodate six guests in over three cabins and comes with a professional crew.

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Musk was later seen enjoying a drink before the group headed out to explore the island of Mykonos.

Musk, who had a week ago announced his withdrawal from the Twitter purchase deal, was seen in the company of his famous friend, Ari Emanuel, CEO of William Morris Endeavor, the second richest man in Hollywood.

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From the looks of it, the billionaire CEO of Tesla doesn’t seem to be worried about dropping his ambition to acquire the microblogging platform nor about the lawsuit that the Twitter board has instituted.

It is not surprising the Tesla founder picked Mykonos for his summer vacation given that the island has forever been a magnet for the rich, famous and decadent for a very long time.

Notably only last week, a German multi-millionaire, a real estate magnate who lives permanently in Dubai and is on the island to spend part of his summer vacation with his girlfriend spent €100,000 on Dom Pérignon champagnes.

After more than two hours, the empty bottles began to pile up, and the final bill amounted to fifty thousand euros, which he casually paid while asking for the same table to be reserved for him the next day.

The scene repeated itself the following day with the bill counter stopping at fifty thousand again, and the German businessman leaving happy, unbothered  by the hundred thousand total he spent on this particular sparkling wine.

The photos of the two days indicate what can happen in Mykonos on a simple July afternoon by a big spender who just got in the mood and decided to set up his own special party.

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