Billionaire complains there aren't enough moorings to park her super yacht 5 months ago

Billionaire complains there aren't enough moorings to park her super yacht

Fingers crossed she finds a parking spot for her super yacht

In the biggest tiny violin moment of the year, Australia's richest woman has opened up about the lack of space for her super yacht.


At a "glitzy luncheon aimed at planning for the 2032 Brisbane Olympic Games", Gina Rinehart moaned about the lack of space for the wealthy's super yachts.

Prepare your tissues because this monologue is going to play on your heartstrings:

"For instance, we've just experienced days of very rough water from the southern Queensland border to the Capricorn Coast," Rineheart told The Courier-Mail's Future Brisbane luncheon.


"Then when we arrived at the coast not feeling that great after two very rough sleepless nights and a rough day, many yachts were outside the marinas given the lack of marinas.

"And let's not forget super yachts that may want to visit from overseas, bringing passengers who would want to spend in Australia.


"These super yachts need marinas too - sadly lacking for vessels over 50m."

Clad in a hot pink coat that resembled a sleeping bag, she continued: "It's time for more marinas large enough to cater, not only for small and medium yachts, but larger ones too."


Though they say that wealth only enhances your problems, Rinehart must be running low if she can dedicate so much time to yacht-rights.

With a personal wealth of $31.06 billion, Rinehart is the richest woman in Australia which begs the question... why wouldn't you just build yourself a goddamn marina?

Rinehart, who inherited her fortune, had previously said: "if you're jealous of those with more money, don't just sit there and complain; do something to make more money yourself-spend less time drinking, or smoking and socializing, and more time working".

We too are struggling to find a yacht parking space.

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