the five most impressive yachts
It is the world’s largest 180 meters long and five heights private yacht. Three years it took to build the shipyard Lurssen. In 2013 jumped into the water under the orders of the owner, the president of the United Arab Emirates, Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan. Now available for rent. The price of the yacht Azzam is estimated at 605 million dollars (562 million euros).
Built by Blohm + Voss of Hamburg and owned by Russian businessman Roman Abramovich since 2010, the yacht Eclipse is the second longest private yacht world with a length of 163.5 meters and 533 feet. Its exorbitant price equal to 590 million dollars (540 million euros). It employs 30 crew and yacht offers space for two helicopters. It is also equipped with three boats and a mini submarine able to dive to 50 meters. The design of the interior and exterior is BOUT Terence Disdale Design.
Currently the owner is Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, ruler of the Emirate of Dubai and prime minister of the United Arab Emirates. But Prince Jefri Bolkiah was who commissioned its construction who had to return to the state after being accused of spending a fortune on personal investments. This yacht measures 164 meters and 524 feet. Its crew consists of 115 members and has capacity for 72 guests. Your price: 400 million dollars (372 million euros).
Yacht Al Said
The Sultan Qaboos of Oman is the current owner to enjoy their facilities. The Lürssen shipyard was responsible for its construction ended in late 2007. It measures 155 meters and has 508.53 feet. It has capacity for 70 passengers and 154 crew.
Built in 2012 at the shipyard Lürssen in Bremen (Germany), the yacht Topaz is the world’s fifth largest Signup and is currently in the Cayman Islands. It measures 147 meters and 482 feet. It is owned by billionaire Mansour bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and member of the royal family of Abu Dhabi. Among its facilities are a gym, swimming pool, two hot tubs, movie theater, elevator and two heliports.
- 22 Apr, 2015
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