The Top 10 Most Expensive Yachts

The yachting life is one loaded with extravagance, status and relaxation. Today’s yachts are loaded with more gadgets, amenities and technology than a five-star hotel. You will find bars, hot tubs, swimming pools, and what not in them. This comes at a fairly high cost.

Luxury yachts have dependably been a great purchase, yet there’s a noteworthy difference in buying any yacht and the ones that are listed here.

Here are the ten most costly yachts on the planet.

History Supreme – $4.5 billion

“This is the world’s most expensive yacht.”

This is the world’s most expensive yacht. Solid gold and platinum are used to assemble this luxury liner which used not less than 100,000 kg of these precious metals. It has an outstanding master bedroom which has a meteorite rock wall and a statue which is made by using genuine Tyrannosaurus Rex bones. You will be amazed to find out more about it.

Streets of Monaco – $1 billion

It is a 500ft long boat which boasts miniatures of the famed Monte Carlo Casino, La Rascasee, Hotel De Paris, Loews Hotel, Cafe de Paris as well as tennis courts and swimming pools. It is the replica of the Streets of Monaco featuring miniatures of its famous landmarks including the Monte Carlo Racetrack.

Dubai – $350 million

It’s owned by Sheikh of Dubai and named after him. This luxury yacht can travel with 115 people aboard. Guests can enjoy the spa, glass staircase, helipad and swimming inside it, along with the lavishing rooms.

Super yacht A – $323 million

“It is owned by a Russian billionaire named Andrie Melchenko; it can host fourteen guests and run by a crew of 42.”

It is owned by a Russian billionaire named Andrie Melchenko; it can host fourteen guests and run by a crew of 42. What makes this yacht so impressive is its interiors which are designed with every modern comfort you can imagine. It has three swimming pools all of which are built on opposing current to swim against. It has two additional boats which can accommodate six guests and can be used to travel to the islands or for recreation. It has every latest technology and entertainment systems you can think of.

Al Said – $300 million

It is owned by the Sultan of Orman, Qaboos Bin Said Al Said. There is not much known about the yacht, apart from that it houses a concert hall big enough to accommodate a 50-piece orchestra. It can host up to 70 guests and crew of 154.

Dilbar – $263 million

The owner Alisher Usmanov named this yacht Dilbar in honor of his late mother. The yacht is run by a crew of 47 and has all the amenities you could look for. It can accommodate 20 guests at a time. It’s 360 feet long and 50 feet high, which makes it the largest yacht in the world.

Al Mirqab – $250 million

“It has ten suites, which can host up to 24 guests.”

It is one of the largest and was actually the second most beautiful yacht in the world when it was built in the year 2008. It has ten suites, which can host up to 24 guests. The owner has his own VIP room and 55 rooms for the crew. Its highlights include the sundeck, helipad, and onboard cinema, pool, outside bars, Jacuzzi, and a wide range of watersports equipment.

Lady Moura- $210 million

This yacht can easily be recognized from the outside as its name on the yacht exterior is written in 24-carat gold lettering. It has a 344-foot pool with a retractable roof, 75-foot dining room table and a helicopter. A unique feature of this yacht is its sand-covered hydraulic platform which slides out from one side of the yacht and can be adjusted to sit right at the waterline. This floating oasis has real sand and deck chairs but also palm trees to give the guests an authentic experience. It can carry 30 guests and 60 crew members.

Seven Seas – $200 million

Simply beating The Rising Sun, this yacht has seven suites that double as cabins, and transport twelve individuals on the voyage of a lifetime along with an opulent owner’s cabin for its owner.

Obviously, it accompanies the standard things like a pool, movie theatre, helipad, gym. It also has an entire private owner’s deck.

The Rising Sun – $200 million

In addition to the lavish amenities of a luxury yacht, the Rising Sun  also has a basketball court which can also be used as a helipad, a wine cellar, a movie theatre and a has five stories and 82 rooms full of opulence.