The most expensive yachts in the world.
Lady Mura – 210 million $
This yacht is so expensive that the inscriptions and decorations on its Board are made of 24-Karat gold, all this wealth cost the owner of the yacht 210 million dollars. This ship belongs to Nassar al-Rashid, a Saudi billionaire. Little is known about the lady Maura, but we do know that She was the ninth largest personal yacht in the world at the time of her construction in 1990, but has since fallen to 28th place. It is powered by twin diesel engines that produce about 7,000 horsepower each. "Lady Mura" can comfortably accommodate 30 guests and more than 60 crew members. The 344-foot yacht has a pool with a retractable roof, a helicopter, and a 75-foot Viscount Linley table. However, the most remarkable feature of the "Lady Moura" is without a doubt the unique sand hydraulic platform that slides from one side of the yacht to the other, which can be configured to sit directly at the waterline. This swimming oasis not only boasts real sand and sun loungers, but also palm trees for authentic authenticity. It is also equipped with a Mangusta boat and an 80 or 48-foot boat, as well as an S76B helicopter.
Al Mirqab "Al Mirqab" - 250,000,000$
Al-Mirkab was designed by Peters Schiffbau of Germany for the Prime Minister and foreign Minister of Qatar, Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber al-Thani. This is one of the largest yachts in the world, and is also recognized as one of the most beautiful. On Board this luxury liner are ten apartments that can accommodate up to 24 guests, each with its own bathroom, living room and double bedroom. The happy owner has two VIP cabins for himself, and the yacht's crew consists of 55 crew members. On Board there is an onboard cinema, Solarium, swimming pool and helipad, as well as a bar, pool, Jacuzzi and a range of water sports equipment.
Dilbar "Dilbar" - 256,000,000$
To keep up with their southern neighbors from Arab countries, Russian billionaires have also shown interest in buying expensive and unnecessary toys in the form of yachts. The Dilbar superyacht, built in 2008 by the German shipyard Lürssen Yachts, is owned by Russian oligarch Alisher Usmanov. She was named after his mother and boasts of her size, this superyacht is one of the longest in the world. It is often used by the owner to visit his private Islands. The "Dilbar" has several swimming pools and a helipad. the luxurious interior with all the amenities can accommodate 20 guests and 48 crew members. Enjoy Traveling