A luxury yacht is not just a mode of transport, but a symbol of riches and status, which can be afforded only by the world's rich billionaires. The world's most luxurious yachts give extravagant characteristics such as film helipads, theaters, concert halls, various pools, saunas, and hot tubs. Let's look at the top ten of the world's most costly yachts.
The History Supreme, made of strong gold, is the world's most costly yacht, supposedly owned by the wealthiest person in Malaysia, Robert Knok. It took 3 years to build the 100-foot-long yacht, using 10,000 kilograms of strong gold and platinum, and designed by UK's famous luxury designer Stuart Hughes. From its base to the dining region, deck, rails, staircase and anchor, the gold and platinum adorn the yacht. The most extravagant element of the luxury yacht is its master bedroom with a meteorite rock wall feature and a statue made of real Rex bones from Tyrannosaurus.
The world's second biggest yacht, Eclipse, is owned by Roman Abramovich, a Russian billionaire. The yacht also has an intruder missile detection system, 2 helipads, 24 guest cabins, a disco hall, two swimming pools and hot tubs. It was intended by Terence Disdale and constructed by Blohm and Voss of Germany. The 533-foot-long yacht also has a mini-submarine capable of underwater submerging up to 50 meters. The master bedroom and the yacht's bridge are equipped with armour-proof windows. The yacht also has an anti-paparazzi shield consisting of lasers stretching through the surrounding fields.
Built on the German Lurssen Shipyard, known to have been constructed for Russian billionaire Alisher Usmanov, Dilbar, offers a velocity of 42 kmph. The yacht can host 40 visitors and more than 80 crew members with a displacement steel hull with an aluminum superstructure. One of Dilbar's most exclusive aspects is the swimming pool it offers, as the biggest superyacht pool is known to be. In addition to the pool, the yacht provides two helipads and covers 3,800 square meters of living room.