Top 10 Costliest Yachts in the World

Top 10 Costliest Yachts in the World

Sailing around, the universe is one of the most interesting and exciting things that you can ever have in your lifetime. Imagine that you have your own boat or yacht and that you can take it whenever you want to visit different places while enjoying the best moments of your life in the sea. Most of those who own a yacht are very rich and for this reason the yacht is seen to be a sign of opulence and the wealthy life that the possessor of the yacht lives. A yacht is a symbol of might and riches. Every yacht is designed in a unique way. The most expensive yachts are made for extremely wealthy personalities. The price of the yacht owned by a person defines how wealthy he is.

10. The Rising Sun -$200 million


David Geffen

As such, the Rising Sun can be rightly described as a magnificent mansion floating on water. Primitively, the CEO of Oracle Corporation owned this mega yacht. Today, it is already under the possession of David Geffen, an American Film Producer. It is also fully furnished with complete amenities. It holds its own wine-cellar, basketball court, which can also be utilized as a helicopter pad. This v-floor yacht has a total of 82 rooms. It has 4 propellers enabling it to cruise with the speed of 52km/h.

9. Lady Moura $210 Million


Nasser Al-Rashid

Holding the price tag of $210 million, the Lady Moura is surely one expensive boat. The ship’s embellishments, including its escutcheon and name, make use of 24 carat gold. Aside from the amazing interior design, what makes the Lady Moura such an impressive vessel is its very own private refuge, which slips out of the boat’s position. Not alone does the mini resort boast deck chairs and sand, but it too delivers a number of palm trees to fill in the scene.  Nasser Al-Rashid, a multi-billionaire from Saudi is the owner of this yacht.

8. Al Mirqab $250 Million


Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al Thani

Owned by Qatar Prime Minister Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al Thani, the Al Mirqab is valued at $250 million. Apart from the 10 suites ready to welcome 24 guests, there are also lots of other amenities that make this yacht the vessel of your dreams. For starters, there is a cinema on board, a sunbathing space, swimming pool, helipad, two VIP rooms, and loads of other amazing features. This is another yacht designed by Tim Heywood and constructed by Peters Schiffbau Wewelsfleth yard.

7. Dilbar $263 million


Alisher Usmanov

Russian business community seems to possess a predilection (and the wealth) for luxury yachts, and Alisher Usmanov is definitely one of them. Owned by Usmanov and named after his mom, Dilbar has all the trappings expected of a vessel that costs $263 million. There’s a crew of 47, a helipad, lavish accommodations for 20 clients, and more. The ship’s owner usually uses the Dilbar to visit his private isles. What a great life he must be. This vessel was manufactured with a helipad. It is as well recognized as the first yacht to have particle filters on its main engine exhausts.

6. Al Said $300 million


Oman’s Sultan Qaboos Bin Said Al Said

At the time of its construction, Al Said was called project Sunflower. With an eye-popping value of $300 million, this vessel truly belongs in this list of the most expensive boats in the globe. It holds an aluminium superstructure, can welcome and comfortably house 70 guests, and is run by a crew of 154 people. Perhaps the most exciting feature about this yacht is a concert hall that is said to be large enough to host a 50-piece orchestra. Oman’s Sultan Qaboos Bin Said Al Said is the owner.

5. Superyacht A $323 million


Andrei Melnichenko

Andrei Melnichenko, is a Russian billionaire with this gorgeous yacht of unique design. This yacht was built by Philip Starck and garnered quite a bit of discussion while it was being built. It is relatively small by the banners of this list with a 14 guest, 43 crew/staff limit. Then what makes this 120-meter-long monster vessel so remarkable? Well, aside from a fully finished interior, the Superyacht also has an exterior that can simply be identified as a streamlined and futuristic iceberg breaker.

4. Dubai $350 million


Sheikh of Dubai

Also known as the Platinum 525, this $350-million vessel is owned by the reigning Sheikh of Dubai, which is a part of the United Arab Emirates. Then called the Golden Star, one of the world’s most expensive yachts became known as Dubai, after the owner’s place of residence. The long list of luxurious amenities on this 525-foot craft include a floating pond, health club, heliport, a glass staircase, and everything you can ever need and want day in and day out.

3. Eclipse $800 million


Roman Abromavich

With a length of 528 feet, approximately 70 crews man this vessel. This yacht was launched and was presented to the world for Roman Abromavich, a Russian Billionaire. The most typical characteristic of this second most expensive private yacht is its good-designed defence technology. It holds its own intruder detecting system.Of course, a very costly vessel should be well guarded in order to keep the owner’s privacy. This luxury motor yacht was constructed in Hamburg, Germany. It owns 24 rooms for guests, 2 helicopter pads and a mini submarine.

2. Streets of Monaco $1.1 billion


Designed by England’s Yacht Island Design, the Streets of Monaco super-yacht is expected to give all the other vessels on this list a run for their money when it comes to sheer audacity. There’s a go-kart track on the ship’s deck that appears and feels almost exactly like the Monaco Grand Prix. On that point are also replicas of the Loews Hotel, the Hotel de Paris, Monte Carlo Casino, La Rascasse, and Café de Paris. Other attractions that can be enjoyed in this $1.1 billion- and 500-foot yacht include the following: tennis courts, swimming pools, a café bar with underwater views, a mini waterfall, a penthouse-sized apartment for the proprietor, and luxurious suites for the nodes.

1. History Supreme $ 4.8 billion


Anonymous Malaysian businessman

An anonymous Malaysian businessman owns this excessively designed yacht. Historic Supreme, also known as Baia 100 SUPREME, is uniquely decorated with the bones of dinosaurs and tiny meteorites. The individual who owns this has so much money to spend that he even resolved to use almost 100,000 kg of gold and platinum to create it more refined. The architect of this yacht has worked with so much love that he never fell for any cheap material. Indeed, it deserves to be in the no. 1 post for the most expensive yacht in the world. Various sections including the dining area, the anchor and the deck are perfectly made with the utilization of precious gems.