Most Expensive Yachts in the World

Most Expensive Yachts

A list of the most expensive yachts in the world, based on the Superyacht fan website . You may not find Eclipse yacht on the list it’s because, the list includes the newest built yachts.

Kismet Yacht

1. Kismet Yacht

Year Built: 2014

Worth: $200 Million

Owner: Pakistani-American billionaire Shahid Khan

Aquarius Yacht

2. Aquarius Yacht

Year Built: 2016

Worth: $215 Million

Owner: Steve Wynn

Bravo Eugenia Yacht

3. Bravo Eugenia Yacht

Year Built: 2019

Worth: $225 Million

Owner: Jerry Jones

Aviva Yacht

4. Aviva Yacht

Year Built: 2017

Worth: $250 Million

Owner: Joe Lewis

Ulysses Yacht

5. Ulysses Yacht

Year Built: 2018

Worth: $275 Million

Owner: Graeme Richard Hart

Jubilee Yacht

6. Jubilee Yacht

Year Built: 2017

Worth: $300 Million

Owner: Stan Kroenke

Black Pearl Yacht

7. Black Pearl Yacht

Year Built: 2017

Worth: $400 Million

Owner: Oleg Burlakov

Sailing Yacht A

8. Sailing Yacht A

Year Built: 2017

Worth: $500 Million

Owner: Andrey Melnichenko

Azzam Yacht

9. Azzam Yacht

Year Built: 2013

Worth: $600 Million

Owner: Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan

Dilbar Yacht

10. Dilbar Yacht

Year Built: 2016

Worth: $800 Million

Owner: Alisher Usmanov

Details About Most Expensive Yachts

Kismet Yacht
Built the famous Lurssen designed by no less famous Aspen Oyno (Espen Oeino), 95-meter Kismet belongs to the Pakistani-American billionaire Shahid Khan (Shahid Khan). However, the owner, most likely, already fed up with exquisite interiors by the renowned Raymond Langton (Reymond Langton), numerous pools and an outdoor fireplace, and put the boat up for sale last year. Anyone who is willing to pay € 1.2 million per week can still rent a boat . Among those last summer, Beyoncé and Jay Z were lit.spending a family vacation on board the Destiny. And very soon, the yacht can be seen on the movie screens in the American action movie “6 feet underground.”

Aquarius Yacht
The 92-meter Aquarius is recognized as the quietest among the Feadship vessels. The Dutch Sinot Yacht Design decorated the superstructure with huge glazing areas, and provided the interiors with a sophisticated LED lighting system. Knowing a lot about organizing entertainment and leisure, being the owner of casinos and hotels around the world, the ship’s customer – Steve Wynn – personally had a hand in the project. With his submission, the boat acquired a well-thought-out layout. Also on board was a place for a rich art collection of a gaming magnate.

Bravo Eugenia Yacht
Built for the owner of the American football club, Dallas Cowboys , Jerry Jones (Jerry Jones), 109-meter megayacht Bravo Eugenia won La Belle Classe Explorer Award honors from the Yacht Club of Monaco . The length of the vessel is more than a football field, but it does not look like a bulky superyacht, but rather reminds – thanks to the designers from Nuvolari Lenard – a sports boat. At the same time, hybrid propulsion systems reduce noise pollution and environmental emissions.

Aviva Yacht
98-meter Aviva was built by German Abeking & Rasmussen for one of the richest Britons – Joe Lewis (Joe Lewis). Owning more than two hundred companies around the world, the businessman uses the boat as a mobile office. The ship is equipped with a full-size paddle tennis court , as well as a part of a rich collection of billionaire art which puts this superyacht in the list of most expensive yachts.

Ulysses Yacht
The 116-meter Ulysses is the second ice class explorer built for Graham Hart. Like its 107-meter counterpart, the ship came off the slipways not of the superyacht shipyard, but of the commercial shipbuilder Kleven. The boat is considered the largest expeditionary yacht. She stands out with a rich fleet of tenders and water toys. Among them there is a 21-meter Princess 68, where you can spend a couple of days if you want to quickly get to your destination.

Jubilee Yacht
The largest Dutch superyacht, the 110-meter Jubilee , was built specifically for Khalifa bin Hamad Al Thani , the sixth emir of Qatar , who, unfortunately, did not live up to descent for about a year. After his death, the ship was completed, and at the end of 2018 it was resold. The exteriors of the boat by Igor Lobanov were awarded with a prize from Boat International magazine.

Black Pearl Yacht
Black Pearl of Russian businessman Oleg Burlakov is one of the most mysterious and innovative sailing superyachts in the world. The uniqueness of the project lies in the total use of alternative energy sources: flexible solar panels are integrated directly into the sails, and when the boat moves, energy can be “removed” from the screws that rotate due to the oncoming flow of water. And the mission of the boat is not simple – the 106.7-meter creation of Oceanco is designed to help acquire new knowledge for the production of “ships that will have new sources of energy and new opportunities.”

Sailing Yacht A
142, the 8-meter bulk of the Russian entrepreneur Andrei Melnichenko Sailing Yacht A in every sense is amazing. A diesel-electric powerplant pulls a colossus of 14,224 tons at a cruising speed of 18 knots, and sails with a total area of ​​a football field, stretched out on three carbon masts above Big Ben, help her in this. The German Nobiskrug endowed the yacht with a huge swimming pool, a garage for cars and tenders, a helipad, a storage room for a submarine and a room for observing marine life with a gigantic window of 17.9 square meters.

Azzam Yacht
The longest superyacht on the planet – the 180-meter Azzam – belongs to the UAE president , Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed al Nahyan . Despite its size, the boat accelerates to an impressive 30 knots – thanks to four engines (two diesel and two gas turbines) with a total capacity of 94 thousand liters. with. The exterior of the yacht was designed at Nauta Yachts, the interior was designed by French designer Christophe Leoni , and the construction was entrusted to the German shipyard Lurssen. Rumor has it that the sheikh made sure that the master cabin was bulletproof, and an anti-ballistic system was installed on board.

Dilbar Yacht
The 156-meter Dilbar of Russian billionaire Alisher Usmanov wiped her nose with the lanky Azzam both in terms of gross tonnage and cost. The most spacious yacht in the world – volume of 15,917 gross registered tons – a joint creation of designers Espen Oyno and Andrew Winch (Andrew Winch), as well as the construction crews Lurssen shipyard. On board there are two helipads for the rotorcraft Dilbar H175, as well as an indoor pool of 180 cubic meters – one of the largest in the history of yacht building. On top of all of the above, Dilbar is equipped with the most powerful diesel-electric installation everused on a private ship, and can accelerate to 22.5 knots. The itBoat editorial staff could see for themselves its speed when, in May 2019 – a week after the yacht was spotted off the coast of Sardinia – she moored in the Imereti port of Sochi , having traveled more than 2,000 nautical miles.
These are the most expensive yachts in the world.

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