Luxurious Yachts and boats are owned by some super rich people of the world. Keeping huge boats is no doubt an expensive hobby. When these super rich people travel, they travel in the ultimate luxury. Their huge luxury yachts feature helipads, multiple swimming pools, a full staff and the latest in nautical technology.
Russian billionaire and Chelsea soccer club owner Roman Abramovich’s super yacht is 560 feet long. It requires a minimum of 70 crew members with exclusive facilities to entertain its guests. It has state of the art security systems to protect the owner and his guests, anti wiretapping, anti intruder systems and missile detection systems. There is a swimming pool which can be dried and used as a dance floor, an additional swimming pool and an aquarium. Yacht has two helicopters, three boats and submarines. This most luxurious yacht in the world, it will remain the most expensive one for long as it is very expensive compared with others in the list.
Dubai is owned by the ruler of Dubai His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, The 531 feet Dubai has space for 115 guests and 88 crew members, six guest suites and five VIP suites — all with open balconies. Interior spaces are channeled towards a “massive” foyer and atrium that connects each of them mega-yacht’s eight deck. Outside, the boat hosts a large pool, squash court, helipad and a small aircraft hanger.
This beautiful boat is owned by Saudi Prince Nasser Al-Rashid. It is built in 1991 Lady Moura is 354-feet long. The mega-yacht has a crew of 60, a pool with a retractable roof and its very own mock beach front complete with sand. The yacht made its biggest wave in 2007 at Cannes Film Festival.
The Octopus is 416 feet long monster. It has crew of 40, some of which are said to be ex-Navy Seals. The ship hosts seven smaller boats, two helicopters, submarine and like a luxurious kraken, the Octopus lashes out at the sea with a robotic submersible, which scours the ocean floor.
This boat has a Helipads crew of 40, advanced security system, Missile detection system along with all other facilities to entertain its owner and the guests.
It is owned by Roman Abramovich, the 250-feet long Ecstasea was built with an Asian-inspired interior theme, complete with bamboo furniture. The ship’s walls are paneled with carved cherry and guests pad around on marble flooring. Onboard, a disco, sauna and Turkish bath greet guests. At the top there is a helipad too.
Alysia is 280-feet sister ship of the Annaliesse, There is master state room which is 1,300 square-feet furnished with its own private deck, marble decked bathroom with Jacuzzi and California king-size bed. Elevators whisk guest through five decks, which include a sundeck with barbecue, a bar, an 8-person hot tub, spa, gym, salon and a 500-bottle wine cellar. Can’t stand the wine, pampering, massages and endless tanning; make an underwater escape with a pair of “scuba scooters.”
Annaliesse is the sister ship of Alysia. There is a huge space for three dozen guests in the 280-feet sea beauty Annaliesse . It has 15 staterooms, a mega-yacht that treats cruisers with marble columns, its own “full-service” spa, salon, library, children’s play area and movie theater. The master stateroom has a king-size bed and remote-controlled panoramic windows.
Owned by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen. It is 301 feet long, the mega-yacht has its movie theater, a swimming pool and lobster tank and obviously has heli pads for two helicopters.
Another beauty owned by Roman Abramovich Russian billionaire, the 370 feet long Le Grand Bleu, built in Germany and launched in 2000, Le Grand Blue is Huge, setting out with a pair of 3,600-horsepower wartsilla engines, a crew of 50 and an onboard 74 feet sailboat and 67 feet speedboat.]]>