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For The Super Rich: World’s Most Expensive Superyachts

  1. History Supreme Superyacht
    Cost: $4.5 Billion
    We’ve seen some opulent yachts, but with a whopping $4.5 billion price tag, History Supreme Superyacht is the most expensive yacht on our list. Unconfirmed reports have it that the wealthiest man in Malaysia Robert Kuok Hock Nien (Net worth: US$10.6 billion) is the happy owner of this insanely-priced vessel. The 98.4-foot History Supreme Superyacht features a wall made of meteorite rock and also a statue made from genuine Tyrannosaurus Rex bones. The boat featuring an extremely rare 18.5-carat diamond that worth $45 million alone.

  2. Eclipse Superyacht
    Cost: $1.5 Billion

    Eclipse Superyacht is the second most expensive yacht on our list, can carry 70 people crew. It owned by a Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich. It contains rooms for 24 guests, a private submarine, and two helipads. Eclipse was delivered by Blohm and Voss in 2010. Eclipse is designed by Terence Disdale. He is also responsible for Eclipse’ interior design. Eclipse has two helicopter pads, two swimming pools, several hot tubs, and a disco hall. It is also equipped with three launch boats and a mini-submarine that is capable of submerging to 50 meters (160 ft). Approximately 70 crew members are needed to operate the yacht and serve the guests. Abramovich is building a new yacht in Germany. Eclipse Superyacht will soon be replaced by the new Solaris. The yacht is rumored to be near 200 meters long.

    Yacht Length: 162 m (533 ft)
    Guests: 36 in 18 cabins
    Crew: 70 in 35 cabins
    Builder: Blohm and Voss
    Designer: Terence Disdale Design
    Year: 2010
    Speed: 25 knots
    Engines: MTU 20V1163
    Displacement: 13,564 ton

  3. Streets of Monaco Superyacht
    Cost: $1.1 Billion

    Streets of Monaco Superyacht is the replica of the city of Monaco. This floating city is 508 feet long (155 meters) and with a crew of 70 to tender only 16 guests. Using a diesel propulsion system, you should get pretty good mileage with this thing at a constant 15 knots (17 mph). The 500-foot vessel is lined with scale versions of Monaco’s most iconic buildings, including the Monte Carlo Casino and the Grand Prix course. (Which has been converted into a go-kart course.) Featuring accommodations for 16 guests, including 3,800-square-foot VIP suites, there is also room for the staff of 70 crew members. This floating mini-city is the brainchild of the Yacht Island Design.

  4. Azzam Superyacht
    Cost: $650 Million

    Built by German shipyard Lürssen Yachts, Azzam Superyacht is the largest private motor yacht in the world, with a length of 180 meters. Azzam owned by Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed al-Nayan. He is the President of the United Arab Emirates as well as the Emir of Abu Dhabi. Azzam Superyacht has an impressive speed due to her innovative water-jet propulsion system (two fixed jets, two directional), which catapults this 180 metre yacht to a staggering top speed of 31.5 knots. She can sleep up to 36 guests taken care of by a crew of 60.

    Yacht Length: 180 m (590ft)
    Guests: 36 in 18 cabins
    Crew: 60 in 30 cabins
    Builder: Lurssen Yachts
    Designer: Nauta Yachts S.r.l.
    Year: 2013
    Maximum Speed: 31 knots
    Engines: MTU 20V8000 , General Electric LM2500 Gas Turbine
    Displacement: 13,136 ton

  5. Topaz Superyacht (M/Y A+)
    Cost: $527 Million

    The Topaz Superyacht is equipped with 8 stunning decks to view the exotic environment in blue water waves. There are two landing pads of helicopters, a state of the art gymnasium, a large conference room, and a cinema hall. Mansour bin Zayed bin Sultan bin Zayed bin Khalifa Al Nahyan, the member of the royal family own this unmatchable yacht. Topaz Superyacht is one of the largest yachts in the world. But we heard Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, deputy prime minister of the United Arab Emirates, is building a bigger yacht! In May 2019, the 147.25-meter yacht Topaz has been renamed M/Y A+, with exterior lines from the drawing boards of Tim Heywood and an interior by Terence Disdale. A+ was built in the same German shipyard Lürssen in Bremen, Germany as the Azzam. Sheikh Mansour is the half brother of the current President of UAE, Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan.

    Yacht Length: 147.25 m (483 ft)
    Guests: 52 in 26 cabins
    Crew: 79 in 40 cabins
    Builder: Lurssen
    Year: 2012
    Displacement: 12,532 ton

  6. Dubai Superyacht
    Cost: $350 Million

    The Dubai superyacht was first commissioned in 1995 by Jefri Bolkiah, Prince of Brunei, built by Platinum in cooperation with the German shipyards Blohm + Voss and Lürssen. He names it “Golden Star”. Later it was acquired by Sheik Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, ruler of Dubai and Vice President/Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates. It was also known for the name “Panhandle, Platinum 525”. Thus it’s called “Dubai”. It has a luxurious floating swimming pool, a glass staircase, a spa, and a helipad too. It has the capacity to host 90 people simultaneously. The yacht also has a disco, a cinema, 20 water bikes, a submarine, a lobster tank, and a squash court. The Dubai Superyacht was designed by Andrew Winch, with interior design by Platinum Yachts. With seven decks, Dubai has a wealth of sunbathing areas; a striking mosaic swimming pool, and several Jacuzzis. She can accommodate a helicopter of up to 9.5 tonnes and can carry two 10-meter long tenders. Dubai has a displacement of 9,150 tonnes, yet can reach an impressive 26 knots at maximum speed. She has the exceptional worldwide capability with a range of 8,500 miles at 25 knots, powered by four MTU diesel engines.

    Class: Motor yacht
    Tonnage: 13,470 GT
    Displacement: 9,150 t (9,005 long tons)
    Length: 162 m (531 ft 6 in)
    Beam: 22 m (72 ft 2 in)
    Height: 9.26 m (30 ft 5 in)
    Draft: 5 m (16 ft 5 in)
    Propulsion: Dual shaft of 2 MTU 20V1163TB93 6,323 kW (8,479 hp)
    Speed: 26 knots (30 mph; 48 km/h)
    Range: 8,500 nmi (15,700 km)
    Crew: 88
    Guests: 90


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