The yacht has long been a sign of man’s solvency. Modern billionaires compete not only in the cost of yachts but also in their length and technical equipment. Buying luxury yachts has become a very expensive hobby for sheiks, tycoons and other famous people. And it is not surprising because the cost of collecting such Mega yachts is very significant.
How can the leading brands surprise their customers now? The best designers will work with you to make a unique yacht exclusively for you. All your wishes regarding the interior and exterior will be taken into account and improved. At your request, the ship will accommodate swimming pools, gyms, cinemas, gardens and even life-size football or basketball fields. For fans of real luxury, the yacht can be encrusted with precious stones, gold, and other metals. The insurance of modern luxury sailing yachts costs the owner annually 2.5 million dollars.
The largest luxury yachts in the world
Today, the Top of 3 largest and most luxury yachts in the world are headed by the Eclipse yacht, which belongs to Roman Abramowich. Its length is about 170 m, and the height is nine floors. It has a cinema, a huge open-air pool, a Jacuzzi, a garden, a library and many others.
The second place belongs to the private yacht Platinum or Dubai. Its owner is the Sheikh of Dubai Mohammed. There are a panoramic observation room and a helipad on this ship, 160 meters in length.
And the yacht Al Said, which belongs to the ruler of Oman, Qaboos bin Said is the third place. The length of such a vessel is 155 meters and there is an impressive concert hall, which can accommodate 65 people.
Among other Mega yachts, Al Salamah can be noted, which is famous for its unique design, and the availability of a hospital and business center. Its owner is Sultan ibn Abdul Aziz. The yacht of the head of the government of Qatar, Hamad bin Hassim bin Husher al-Thani is also famous for its luxury. Its length is 133 meters. The most majestic is the yacht “HMY Britannia”, built in 1954. For a long time, it has been served as the royal ship of Queen Elizabeth II. Today it is moored in Edinburgh and is considered a museum.