Yachts are the favorite boats of the rich people. Whether they are politicians, big company owners, or celebrities, so many of these people have their own yachts, and because of that, they love to enjoy boating activity. In this article, we will share with you a list of luxurious and expensive yachts that belong to famous people.
The first yacht belongs to the famous novelist and the creator of Harry Potter, J.K. Rowling. She bought a yacht that was once owned by Johnny Depp. This ship was bought by Rowling in 2016 for 22 million Pounds.
There are 10 cabins on the ship, five of which are cabin crews, bars, and some spaces used for entertainment.
The name Vajoliroja was finally replaced with Arriva. And currently, Rowling is reportedly selling this yacht.
In addition, Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich owns a Yacht named Eclipse. This luxury yacht was designed by a German company Blohm + Voss. Its length reaches 162 meters, and is often stated as the second-longest yacht in the world!
The price reaches approximately 340 million Euros! Inside the Eclipse, there are 24 cabins, two helipads, two swimming pools, and there are reportedly submarines inside this luxury yacht!
Eclipse can accommodate 70 crew who reportedly have to work 24 hours, you know.
Finally, the most expensive yacht from this list belongs to the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, especially if it’s not Prince Mohammad bin Salman. The prince is rumored to have a yacht named Serene which costs 500 million Euros!
This ship was bought by a prince from Russian billionaire named Yuri Shefler, who is another businessman of alcohol Vodka. In the past, this ship was also rented by Bill Gates, it costs the US $ 5 million a week.
Inside the ship, there are two helipads, a spa, three swimming pools, and rock climbing facilities! It’s really fun.
Reportedly, luxury yachts are like palaces floating in the ocean. Just imagine, the area is bigger than the soccer field! It’s enough to make you shake your head to see luxury goods belonging to the richest people in the world.