Bill Gates celebrated his 66th birthday with Jeff Bezos at an intimate party in a secluded Turkish cove, reports say

According to local media, Bill Gates celebrated his birthday with Jeff Bezos on June 26, according to local media. Getty Images
According to reports, Bill Gates hosted a private party at a remote Turkish cove to celebrate his 66th birthday.

According to the Daily Sabah, he invited Jeff Bezos, a billionaire, and 50 more guests.

The party lasted for four hours. The party featured champagne, sushi and pizza as well as local seafood.

Local media reports that Bill Gates, once the richest man on the planet, invited Jeff Bezos, another super-rich billionaire, to a private party at a Turkish cove in Bodrum.

According to the Turkish newspaper Daily Sabah, Bezos, Microsoft's founder and estimated net worth of $136bn celebrated his 66th Birthday with 50 guests at Sea Me Beach, Fethiye.

The guests were flown by helicopter from Bill Gates's megayacht Lana to the idyllic and picturesque cove. According to reports, he rents the yacht for 1.8million euros per week.

According to Turkish newspaper Yeni Safak, the yacht features a jacuzzi, swimming pool, beach club and gym.

On October 27, 2021, Bill Gates' luxury yacht "Lana", which is Cayman Islands-flagged, can be seen anchoring off Buyuk Boncuklu Bay in Karagozler neighborhood in Fethiye district in Turkey's Mugla Province. Ali Riza Akkir/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images

According to reports, Gates was vacationing on Turkey's coast when he visited Bodrum last week.

According to the Daily Sabah, Gates's birthday party lasted approximately four hours. According to the media outlet, local seafood, sushi and pizza were all on the menu. There was also plenty of champagne available.

The Daily Sabah stated that employees at the venue were prohibited from using their phones to protect the privacy of attendees.

Bezos was reportedly able to return to his yacht docked at Gkova by private helicopter. Insider reported that the "Flying Fox", which former Amazon CEO is thought to have, was previously seen in Turkey in 2019.

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