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Most Expensive Yachts

History Supreme

The $4.8 billion History Supreme, owned by Robert Knok, is the world's most expensive superyacht. History Supreme, which is 100 feet long, took three years to build and used 10,000 kg of solid gold and platinum, both of which adorn the dining area, deck, railings, staircases and anchor. If that isn't enough, the master suite also has a meteorite rock wall, a Tyrannosaurus Rex bone statue, a 68 kilogram 24-carat gold Aquavista Panoramic Wall Aquarium and a liquor bottle encrusted with a rare 18.5-carat diamond. 1)


The Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich owns the world's second-largest luxury boat. The Eclipse has two helipads, 24 guest cabins, two swimming pools, a dance hall, hot tubs, a mini-submarine, armor plating, bulletproof windows and an anti-paparazzi shield with sweeping laser beams. Abramovich paid $1.5 billion on the 533-foot yacht, which was built by Blohm & Voss and designed by Terence Disdale. 2)

Streets of Monaco

The Streets of Monaco luxury yacht, at an amazing 500 feet in length, manages to fit in several miniatures of prominent monuments all throughout Monaco. But it isn't all. The three-story yacht features a bedroom with a private elevator, an office, sundecks, balconies, a café-bar, mini waterfall, BBQ pit, underwater viewing deck, helicopters, submarines, guest suites, dressing rooms, reception rooms and so much more, making the vessel a “floating city.” A billion dollars can buy a lot of yacht. 3)


The Azzam is 590 feet long, one of the fastest luxury yachts in the world and decked out with French design and decorations by interior designer Christophe Leonie. 4)


At $527 Million, The Topaz has an incredible eight decks for numerous exotic viewing experiences. The inside of Shaikh Mansour's boat contains a large jacuzzi, full air conditioning, underwater illumination, two helipads, a modern gymnasium, a cinema and a business conference area. 5)

Motor Yacht A

According to reports, Russian businessman Andrey Melnichenko owns the Motor Yacht A, which has a one-of-a-kind design. When you first see Motor Yacht A, you think of a stealth battleship or military submarine, not a luxury yacht. In Kiel, architect Martin Francis and designer Philippe Stark collaborated with Blohm and Voss to create a yacht that cannot be judged just by its look. The 400-foot boat has a master bedroom, a dance floor, six guest suites and moveable walls that can swiftly change the guest suites into staterooms. 6)


The Dubai luxury boat, named after its home country, is reported to be owned by a member of the UAE royal family, Dubai. The Dubai, designed by Blohm and Voss with exteriors by Andrew Winch and interiors by Platinum Yachts, has a mosaic swimming pool, helipad, sunbathing platforms, Jacuzzis and room for 155 people. Guests will notice the stunning split-level social area and the VIP lounge below deck. It cost $400 million. 7)


Serene has several swimming pools, including a saltwater pool, two helipads, a dance floor, a submarine, a spa pool, a snow room, a steam room and play areas for wealthy guests to enjoy. Guests will enjoy an underwater viewing room with numerous decks to witness passing marine life in great comfort and security. It's price is $330 million.8)


Radiant, priced at $320 million, is a home-away-from-home luxury boat with all of the amenities one would expect from a penthouse. It has swimming pools, a beach club, helicopter landing pads, a massage room, a movie theater, air conditioning, a full gym set and a deck jacuzzi. Radiant has a powerful water cannon for protection in case pirates rear their ugly heads.9)

Al Said

The Al Said luxury boat is helmed by a member of Oman's royal family. Al Said is said to be the world's highest displacement superyacht, with a displacement of 15,850 tons and a length of 508.53 ft. At any given moment, Al Said can accommodate up to 70 guests, a 50-piece orchestra and 154 crew workers. 10)

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