10 Most Expensive Yatchs in the world

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Only a handful luxury yachts are now navigating the world’s waters. Like the often-mysterious captains, each is unique in its own way. You’d think that someone with a $5 billion yacht would want to show off their wealth, but most people prefer to go away from it all and enjoy a sumptuous cruise.

These yachts were built to surprise anyone who had the good fortune to stroll upon the deck, with solid gold paneling, bulletproof glass, helicopter power connections, marina power connectors, onboard voltage regulators, and tiny monuments from countries such as Monaco.

#1. History Supreme

Owner:Robert Knok
Price:$4.8 Billion
10 Most Expensive Yatchs in the world

The $4.8 billion History Supreme, owned by Robert Knok, is the world’s most expensive and largest superyacht. The 100-foot-long History Supreme required 10,000 kg of actual gold and platinum to adorn the dining room, deck, railings, staircases, and anchor during its three-year construction. A meteorite rock wall, a Tyrannosaurus Rex bone statue, a 68 kilogram 24-carat gold Aquavista Panoramic Wall Aquarium, and a unique 18.5-carat diamond-encrusted liquor bottle can all be found in the master bedroom.

#2. Eclipse

 

Owner: Roman Abramovich 
Price:$1.5 Billion
10 Most Expensive Yatchs in the world

Roman Abramovich, a Russian billionaire, owns the world’s second-largest luxury yacht. Two helipads, 24 guest cabins, two swimming pools, a dance hall, hot tubs, a mini-submarine, armour plating, bulletproof windows, and a laser-based anti-paparazzi shield are among the features of the Eclipse. Abramovich spent $1.5 billion on the 533-foot yacht, which was built by Blohm & Voss and designed by Terence Disdale.

#3. The Streets of Monaco

Owner: N/A
Price: $1.1 Billion
10 Most Expensive Yatchs in the world

The Streets of Monaco luxury boat, which is 500 feet long, manages to fit miniature replicas of various Monaco landmarks. There’s more, though. A three-story bedroom with a private elevator, an office, sundecks, balconies, a café-bar, small waterfall, BBQ pit, underwater viewing deck, helicopters, submarines, guest suits, dressing rooms, and more are all available on the ship. A billion dollars will be enough to build a number of yachts.

#4. Azzam

Owner: A member of the royal family of the United Arab Emirates
Price: $600 Million
10 Most Expensive Yatchs in the world

UAE is a wealthy country. The Azzam is another opulent vessel owned by a member of Dubai’s royal family. With a length of 590 feet and a price tag of $600 million, the Azzam is one of the world’s fastest luxury yachts. The interior of the yacht, designed by Christophe Leonie, is filled with French elegance and décor.

#5. Topaz

Owner: Shaikh Mansour
Price: $527 Million
10 Most Expensive Yatchs in the world

The Topaz boasts an astonishing eight decks, allowing visitors a wide range of exciting viewing opportunities. Shaikh Mansour’s yacht has a large jacuzzi, full air conditioning, underwater lights, two helipads, a modern gymnasium, a movie theater, and a business conference area on board.

#6. Motor Yacht A

Owner: Andrey Melnichenko
Price: $440 Million
10 Most Expensive Yatchs in the world

According to sources, Andrey Melnichenko, a Russian businessman, owns the Motor Yacht A, which has a unique design. When you see Motor Boat A, the first thing that comes to mind is a stealth battleship or a military submarine, not a luxury yacht. Martin Francis and Philippe Stark collaborated with Blohm and Voss in Kiel to design a ship that is more than its exterior. The 400-foot boat’s interior features a master bedroom, disco floor, six guest suites, and moveable walls that can transform the guest suites into cabins quickly.

#6. Dubai

Owner: A member of the royal family of the United Arab Emirates
Price:$400 Million
10 Most Expensive Yatchs in the world

The Dubai luxury boat is said to be owned by a member of Dubai’s royal family. The Dubai was built by Blohm and Voss, with Andrew Winch’s external design and Platinum Yachts’ interior design. It contains a mosaic pool, helipad, sunbathing platforms, Jacuzzis, and can accommodate 155 people. The spectacular split-level, huge social area, and VIP room below deck will impress guests.

#8. Serene

Owner: Mohammed bin Salman 
Price:$330 Million

Serene has multiple swimming pools, a seawater pool, two helipads, a dance floor, a submarine, a spa pool, a snow room, a steam room, and play areas for its wealthy visitors’ delight. Passengers will be able to witness passing marine life from multiple decks in perfect comfort and safety.

#9. Radiant

Owner:Abdulla Al Futtaim
Price: $320 Million

Radiant is a $320 million luxury yacht with all the facilities one would expect from a penthouse. Swimming pools, a beach club, helipads, a massage room, a movie theater, air conditioning, a full fitness center, and a terrace with a jacuzzi are all available. In the event that pirates show their nasty faces, Radiant is protected by a powerful water cannon.

#10. Al Said

Owner: A member of Oman’s royal family, according to rumors,
Price: $300 Million

According to rumors circulating in rich circles, the opulent boat Al Said is piloted by a member of Oman’s royal family. With a length of 508.53 feet and a displacement of 15,850 tons, Al Said is said to be the world’s largest displacement superyacht. Al Said can accommodate up to 70 guests, a 50-piece orchestra, and 154 crew members at any given time.

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