The 10 Biggest & Most Expensive Yachts

The 10 Biggest & Most Expensive Yachts

There are only a handful of luxury yachts sailing the world’s oceans today. Each one is unique in its way, much like the often-mysterious owners at the helm. You would think that, with a $5 billion yacht, you would want to show off your achievements, but most want to escape from the trouble of the world and enjoy a cruise in luxury and style.

Oh, and sail in style they do. With solid gold paneling, bulletproof windows, helicopter power connections, marina power connectors, onboard voltage regulators, and miniature landmarks from countries such as Monaco, these yachts were built to impress anyone lucky enough to set foot on the deck.

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1. History Supreme

HISTORY SUPREME Yacht - $4.8 BILLION

Owner: Robert Knok

Price: $4.8 Billion

Solid. Gold. At $4.8 billion, the History Supreme, owned by Robert Knok, is the world’s most expensive, largest superyacht in the whole world. At 100 feet in length, History Supreme took three years to build, using 10,000 kilograms of solid gold and platinum, both of which adorn the dining area, deck, rails, staircases, and anchor. If that weren’t luxurious enough, the master suite features a meteorite rock wall, a statue made of Tyrannosaurus Rex bones, a 68 kg 24-carat gold Aquavista Panoramic Wall Aquarium, and a liquor bottle adorned with a rare 18.5-carat diamond.

2. Eclipse

ECLIPSE Yacht - $1.5 BILLION

Owner: Roman Abramovich

Price: $1.5 Billion

Roman Abramovich, the Russian billionaire, owns the second-largest luxury yacht in the world. The Eclipse features an intruder detection missile system, two helipads, 24 guest cabins, two swimming pools, a dance hall, hot tubs, a mini-submarine, armor plating, bulletproof windows, and an anti-paparazzi shield with sweeping laser beams. Built by Blohm and Voss, designed by Terence Disdale, Abramovich spent $1.5 billion constructing the 533-foot yacht.

3. Streets of Monaco

STREETS OF MONACO Yacht - $1.1 BILLION

Owner: N/A

Price: $1.1 Billion

At an impressive 500 feet in length, the Streets of Monaco luxury yacht manages to pack in numerous miniatures of renowned landmarks from throughout Monaco. But that’s not all. The vessel is called a “floating city” due to the three-floor bedroom with a private elevator, an office, sundecks, balconies, a café-bar, mini waterfall, barbecue pit, underwater viewing deck, helicopters, submarines, guest suits, dressing rooms, reception rooms, and so much more. $1 billion will build a lot of yacht.

4. Azzam

AZZAM Yacht - $600 MILLION

Owner: Owned by a member of the royal family of the UAE

Price: $600 Million

The UAE is prosperous. The Azzam is yet another luxury yacht owned by a member of the royal family in Dubai. At $600 million, the Azzam is 590 feet long, one of the fastest luxury yachts globally, and adorned in French design and decoration, thanks to Christophe Leonie, who designed the interiors.

5. Topaz

Owner: Shaikh Mansour

Price: $527 Million

In total, the Topaz features an astounding eight decks for various exotic viewing experiences. Shaikh Mansour’s yacht’s interior includes a large jacuzzi, full air conditioning, underwater lighting, two helipads, a modern gymnasium, cinema, and a conference room for business purposes.

6. Motor Yacht A

MOTOR YACHT A - $440 MILLION

Owner: Andrey Melnichenko

Price: $440 Million

Reports claim Russian tycoon Andrey Melnichenko owns the Motor Yacht A, with its unique design. If you lay eyes upon the Motor Yacht A, your first thought is of a stealth warship or military submarine, not a luxury yacht. Architect Martin Francis and designer Philippe Stark, alongside Blohm and Voss in Kiel, constructed a boat that you cannot judge from the exterior alone. Inside, the 400-foot yacht features a master bedroom, disco floor, six guest suites, and moving walls to transform the guest suites into staterooms quickly.

7. Dubai

DUBAI Yacht - $400 MILLION

Owner: Owned by a member of the royal family of the UAE

Price: $400 Million

Named after its home country, the Dubai luxury yacht is rumored to be owned by a member of the royal family of the UAE, Dubai. Built by Blohm and Voss, with exteriors designed by Andrew Winch, and interiors by Platinum Yachts, the Dubai features a mosaic swimming pool, helipad, sunbathing platforms, Jacuzzis, and space for 155 guests. Below deck, guests will note the exquisite split-level, large social area, and VIP lounge.

8. Serene

Owner: Mohammed bin Salman

Price: $330 Million

Serene is equipped with multiple swimming pools, a seawater pool, two helipads, a dance floor, a submarine, a spa pool, a snow room, a steam room, and play areas for wealthy guests to enjoy. With multiple decks, guests will find an unwater viewing room to watch passing marine life in total comfort and security.

9. Radiant

Owner: Abdulla Al Futtaim

Price: $320 Million

At $320 million, Radiant is a home-away-from-home luxury yacht with all of the amenities one would expect of a penthouse. It features swimming pools, a beach club, helicopter landing pads, a massage room, movie theater, air conditioning, a full gym set, and a jacuzzi on the deck. Should pirates rear their ugly mugs, Radiant features a powerful water cannon for protection.

10. Al Said

AL SAID Yacht - $300 MILLION

Owner: Rumored to be owned by a member of the royal family of Oman

Price: $300 Million

According to rumors spread within well-to-do circles, a member of the royal family of Oman sits at the Al Said luxury yacht’s helm. Al Said is reportedly the world’s highest displacement superyacht, featuring a displacement of 15,850 tons and an impressive length of 508.53 feet. Al Said may host up to 70 guests, a 50-piece orchestra, and 154 crew members at any given time.

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