History Supreme ($ 4.5 billion): Designed by renowned British designer Stuart Hughes for a period of three years to complete. It is estimated that gold and platinum were used not less than 100,000 kg. In addition, metals, precious stones and many other valuable items are also present on the planet’s most expensive ship.
Eclipse ($ 1.5 billion): Eclipse is owned by Russian billionaire – Roman Abromavich. To ensure the yacht is operating properly, its owner employs a staff of 70 people to operate the boat and serve tourists.
Streets of Monaco ($ 1.1 billion): The yachts bring the most famous things of Monaco as the Formula One Grand Prix, beach, pool and miniature of Monaco. It is estimated the yacht is about 167 m long with many other amenities.
Azzam ($ 650 million): owned by Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed al-Nayan, president of the United Arab Emirates. Its speed is quite fast with 30 knots and luxurious interior designed by French interior designer Christophe Leoni.
Dubai ($350 million): Platium 525 is the old name of the yacht. It was built according to the orders of the Prince Brunei. However for financial reasons, Sheik Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum ceded the yacht to the leaders of the Kingdom of Dubai. On the boat there is a swimming pool, physiotherapy pool, glass staircase, helicopter landing zone.
Superyacht A ($ 323 million): The super yacht was named after the first letters of the Russian billionaire couple, Andrey and Aleksandra Melnichenko. Superyacht A’s emphasis is not on size, but on the super-luxurious design and amenities it offers visitors such as 3 swimming pools, 6 main suites, … Superyacht A can only accommodate 14 tourists and crew of 42 members
Al Said ($ 300 million): Owned by the Lürssen Yachts and named after the king of Orman, Qaboos Bin Said Al Said. Inside it is a concert hall large enough to accommodate a 50-member orchestra. AI Said’s capacity is about 224 people.
Dibar ($ 266 million): Owned by Russian billionaire Alisher Usmanov. It is often used by the owner to visit his islands. Dilbar is one of the largest yachts in the world with a length of 110m.
Al Mirqab ($ 250 million): Al Mirqab was opened to Prime Minister Quat and Foreign Minister Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al Thani in 2008. The highlights of Al Mirqab super yacht are the cinema, sun deck, lake Swimming pool, helipad, bar, swimming pool and many other facilities.
Lady Moura ($ 210 million): Built by Blohm + Voss in 1990 for Saudi businessman Nasser Al-Rashid. The yacht are carved with 24 carat gold highlight the luxury. Inside the Lady Moura is a covered swimming pool, a 23 meter Viscount Linley dining table and a storage compartment for up to 60 people.