Most Amazing And Expensive Yachts in the World
Ten of the most expensive, largest and beautiful yachts in the world
Have you seen any of the most expensive superyachts in the world? We recently compiled a list with the Most Expensive Yachts In The World and we wanted to continue at this theme with the Most Amazing And Expensive Yachts in the World. There is two categories of most expensive super yachts – super expensive motor yachts and super expensive sailing yachts. The word yacht originated from the word jot which means hunt in Dutch.
It was believed to be a boat that sailed fast and hence was used to hunt pirates. Even though there has never been a common agreement for what a yacht should constitute, it has been commonly used for pleasure and luxury. Up to date, most of such vessels are privately owned. They should also include all facilities necessary for individuals to use for long distance travel or just an overnight.
Most expensive largest and beautiful super yachts in the world?
A super yacht has been defined as a vessel that is approximately 24 meters. We are going to look at some of the most expensive private yachts in the world. Here are the ten most luxurious yachts in the world. Lets have a look at some of the most expensive largest and beautiful yachts in the world.
10. The rising sun
The yacht is approximated to be worth $200 million. The motor yacht was designed by Jon Bannenberg and built by Lurssen, a German, in 2004. At that time, she was built for the CEO or Oracle Corporation, Larry Ellison. It changed ownership in 2010 and has since been owned by David Geffen, an American philanthropist. It is 138 meters long. It is equipped with: Jacuzzi bathrooms, a basketball court, private cinema, wine cellar, a master bedroom among other luxurious facilities. She can accommodate 16 guests and 45 crew members.
The rising sun is equipped with:
- Chromium-plated hawseholes
- 82 rooms on five levels with a total living area said to be in excess of 8,000 square metres (86,000 sq ft)
- Onyx countertops
- Jacuzzi bathrooms
- A gymnasium/spa and sauna
- An extensive wine cellar
- A master bath/bedroom
- A private cinema with a giant plasma screen
- 3,300 square metres (36,000 sq ft) of teak-layered deck space
- A basketball court on the main deck (can be used as a helicopter pad if necessary)