The 10 most expensive yachts and their owners



Let’s face it, there are only a handful of luxury yachts that navigate the heart of the oceans today. While each of them is unique in its own way, what makes them special is the number of amenities they offer.

So, without further ado, let’s take a look at some of the more expensive yachts and their owners.

  1. Supreme story
    Owner: Robert Cook
    Price: $ 4.8 billion
    At a whopping $ 4.8 billion price tag, History Supreme is one of those solid gold yachts. The boat is 100 feet long and contains 10,000 kg of gold and platinum in various areas. Apart from that, there is a statue made of bones of Tyrannosaurus Rex, a 68kg 24k gold Aquavista panoramic wall mounted aquarium and an alcohol bottle adorned with a rare 18.5 carat diamond, which adds to the glamor quotient.

  1. Eclipse
    Owner: Roman Abramovich
    Price: $ 1.5 billion
    Eclipse is owned by Russian businessman Roman Abramovich. The luxury yacht has 24 guest cabins, two helipads and an intrusion detection missile system that makes it one in a million. In addition, the other equipment offered by the yacht is first class, which gives it the title of most expensive in the world.

  1. Streets of Monaco
    Owner: Not available
    Price: $ 1.1 billion
    The inspiration behind this superyacht is none other than the country of Monaco. Filled with all the opulence in the world, the floating paradise is 500 feet long and promises all types of luxury to visitors. In addition, you can see the different monuments of Monaco, which gives the luxury liner extra charm.

  1. Azzam
    Owner: Royal Family of the United Arab Emirates
    Price: $ 600 million
    The Azzam is another luxury yacht owned by the Dubai Royal Family. What differentiates the floating vessel from its compatriots is the French design and architecture. With a total length of 590 feet, the yacht is one of the fastest in the world.

  1. Topaz
    Owner: Cheikh Mansour
    Price: $ 527 million
    For $ 527 million, Topaz is considered one of the most expensive yachts sailing across the oceans today. The yacht has 8 decks, two helipads, gymnasium, large jacuzzi and other features that make it a combination of luxury and style.

  1. Motor Yacht A
    Owner: Andrey Melnichenko
    Price: $ 440 million
    The 400-foot boat is built in the style of a stealth warship and military submarine. But that doesn’t mean it’s less in amenities. Inside the luxury yacht, one can find nightclubs, guest suites and movable walls that add a dash of opulence to the floating vessel.

  1. Dubai
    Owner: Royal Family of the United Arab Emirates
    Price: $ 400 million
    Named after one of the most amazing countries in the world, the Dubai yacht is owned by the Royal Family of the United Arab Emirates. The boat has all the upscale amenities, a swimming pool, helipad and sunbathing platform that help you spend your vacation in style.

  1. Serene
    Owner: Mohammad Bin Salman
    Price: $ 330 million
    Serene is another sleek yacht that has the appearance of grandeur in every detail. The yacht is packed with helipads, submarines, a snow room, steam room, and an underwater observation room, making your total experience worth it in every way. seen.

  1. Radiant
    Owner: Abdulla Al Futtaim
    Price: $ 320 million
    At $ 320 million, Radiant is everything you would expect in a penthouse. The yacht has swimming pools, helipads, massage rooms, a theater, a gym and a jacuzzi on the set. Apart from this, the boar also has a water cannon for its protection, making it one of the luxury yachts in the world.

  1. Al Said
    Owner: Royal Family of Oman
    Price: $ 300 million
    With an impressive length of 508.53 feet, Al Said is a premium yacht owned by the Royal Family of Oman. What makes the ship special is that it can accommodate 70 guests and 154 crew members at all times.

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