The Most Expensive Boats


A Luxury yacht is a status symbol, as well as a mode of transport. Boats and yachts come in all shapes and sizes, so whether you are taking the kids out fishing or in high speed pursuit from foreign government agents, you should consider investing in one of these boats. The most expensive boats.

The Most Expensive Boats

History Supreme – US$4.8billion

Designed by Stuart Hughes, this 100ft yacht took 3 years to build and contains 10,000kg of Gold.

The yacht, named History Supreme, is covered in 100,000kg of gold, platinum and jewels and has a statue made from genuine Tyrannosaurus Rex bones.

Yes, you read right. The master bedroom has genuine dinosaur bone shaved from a skeleton was sourced from Arizona, USA. Pieces of the thigh bone alone come in at about £68,000.

It took world-renowned UK designer Stuart Hughes just over three years to complete.

Eclipse – US$1.5billion

Owned by Chlesea FC’s Roman Abramovich, this 533ft yacht was designed by Terence Disdale, and features 24 guest cabins and a private submarine.

The yacht was delivered to Russian businessman Roman Abramovich on 9 December 2010. At 162.5 metres (533 ft 2 in) long Eclipse was the world’s largest private yacht until the Azzam was launched in April 2013, which was 17.3 metres (56 ft 9 in) longer.

Streets of Monaco – US$1.1billion

Designed by Opulent Yacht and Filthy Rich Boaters, it replicates the main landmarks of Monaco.

The world of megayachts is hardly known for its subtlety, but this proposed floating city makes even Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich’s 557-foot Eclipse look downright sensible. Modeled after the glamorous Mediterranean city-state of Monaco, the Streets of Monaco features exhaustive replicas of landmarks like the Monte Carlo Casino, the Hotel de Paris, La Rascasse, and even a beach-like swimming pool. Estimated to cost of more than $1B to construct, this floating mini-city is the brainchild of the Yacht Island Design, an as-yet-untested firm fond of attention-grabbing designs that don’t make it past the design stage.

Dilbar Yacht by Lürssen – US$800million

Dilbar is a super-yacht launched by German manufacturer Lürssen.

Read more about this amazing yacht, and take a video tour.

Azzam US$600million

Built for ultimate luxury and owned by the President of the UAE, this 590ft yacht is the fastest yacht of its size.

Azzam (English: Resolute) is a private super yacht built by German shipyard Lürssen Yachts. Azzam was launched on 5 April 2013. At 180 metres (590 ft) in length, it is the largest private motor yacht in the world. It has a beam of 20.8 metres (68 ft) and an unusually shallow draft of 4.3 m (14 ft 1 in).

Topaz – $US527million

Built in Germany in 2012, this 482ft yacht boasts 2 helipads and cinema.

Topaz, is a luxury motor yacht constructed by Lürssen in Bremen, Germany. The yacht’s interior was designed by Terence Disdale Design and the exterior designed by Tim Heywood. The boat was launched in May 2012.

Motor Yacht A – US$440million

Futuristic and stealth-like, this 400ft yacht features 3 swimming pools, one of which is glass bottomed and sits aloft the disco.

Motor Yacht A is a luxury motor yacht designed by Philippe Starck and engineered by naval architect Martin Francis. It was built by the Blohm + Voss shipyard at the HDW deepwater facility in Kiel. It was ordered in November 2004, and delivered in 2008.

The Rising Sun – $200 million

Designed by legendary Jon Bannenberg in 2004 by Germany’s Lürssen for Larry Ellison, CEO of Oracle Corporation.. Since 2010 Rising Sun has been owned by David Geffen and features a gym, a basketball court, a wine cellar and a movie theater.

Geffen and his crew of 45 reportedly self-isolated onboard during the COVID-19 pandemic

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