During a trip to Mykonos, Greece, Tesla CEO Elon Musk was observed enjoying the sun and swimming in the Aegean Sea without a tan.

Musk is engaged in a legal dispute with Twitter after abandoning his $44 billion bid to acquire the social media platform. The billionaire is nevertheless enjoying a lavish vacation in Greece with his friends.

Musk was observed shirtless on a luxurious yacht with Endeavor CEO Ari Emanuel and his fashion designer wife Sarah Staudinger. Photos obtained by FOX Business show Musk being hosed off by Emanuel and drinking while wrapped in a towel.

Almost two months after he announced that the highly anticipated deal was "temporarily on hold," Musk alleged in a filing on July 8 that the company was in "breach of various terms" of the original contract.

Musk agreed in April to acquire and privatize Twitter for $54.20 per share, per the terms of the agreement. Musk has previously committed $33.5 billion in equity financing for the transaction, with the remaining being covered by a loan financing package from banks. The maturity date for the loan financing package is April 25, 2023.

The news source added that the buddies were enjoying their vacation aboard the yacht, which can be chartered for approximately $20,000 per week. Three cabins can accommodate six guests, and a trained crew is available to serve them.

Musk is depicted in photographs wearing black swimming trunks. The name of his yacht is 'Zeus'. All the companions can be seen grinning as they leap from the boat's stern into the water.

Musk has replied to his legal dispute with Twitter by sharing four images of himself laughing as a meme.

The meme reads, "They stated I couldn't purchase Twitter, then they refused to release bot information, and now they want to force me to buy Twitter in court; they must now disclose bot information in court."

Musk, the richest person in the world, accused San Francisco-based Twitter of speeding the trial to conceal the facts about spam accounts and "pressure" him into purchasing the firm.

The founder of SpaceX, who recently disclosed the birth of his tenth kid, did not appear perturbed by Twitter's enormous lawsuit against him.

Musk stated earlier this month that he and his Neuralink executive Shivon Zilis welcomed twins in November 2021, adding that he has no plans to stop having children.