Wolf of Wall Street Does Little to Enhance Perception of the Superyacht Owner

The public perception of what a superyacht owner is and how he behaves has not been enhanced by the producers of the movie the Wolf of Wall Street.
In it Leonardo di Caprio plays the role of Jordan Belfort, a New York stockbroker who runs a firm that engages in securities fraud and corruption on Wall Street in the 1990s.
As the story featuring moral ambiguity, sexual acts, drug abuse, vulgarity, and use of animals unfolds, it recounts how Belfort the then owner of the yacht 41 metre Nadine (once owned by Coco Channel) orders his Captain to set sail from Porto Cervo in Sardinia bound for Monaco.
The Yacht with the Most Toys Wins
In the movie, actor Shea Whigham as Captain Ted Beecham is shown as a spineless character of a yacht called Naomi who does not stand up to the owner who he has told is to expect a rough passage.

In real life Nadine was beset by very heavy weather and was lost at sea on that trip and fortunately all passengers and crew were rescued by the Italian Coastguard.
In the 1990’s Nadine was the charter yacht whose advertising boasted that the yacht with the most toys wins.  She was, for most of that time, commanded by the charismatic Captain Marc Elliott now a successful broker with IYC.
Quite what Elliot makes of the movie, the scenes it portrays and the actor chosen to play his alter ego, has not been recorded!
In the movie the 44 metre Lady M built by Intermarine in 2002 starred as Naomi and was used to play the part of Nadine

The film grossed over $389 million worldwide against a $100 million budget, and was nominated for five Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director for Scorsese, Best Adapted Screenplay for Terrence Winter, and Best Actor for DiCaprio and Hill.

It failed to win in any category