Belonging to Russian billionaire, Suleiman Kerimov, the Ice is one of the greenest yachts on the water with 8 electric generators and a built-in wastewater management system.
Price: $210 million
Nasser al-Rashid, advisor to the Saudi royal family, takes things to a whole new level with his onboard beach. The yacht comes with a sand-covered hydraulic platform that can be adjusted to sit right at the waterline.
Price: $250 million
You know what they say about people with big names…big yachts. Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al-Thani, Prime Minister of Qatar, owns this quarter billion dollar monster.
Price: $256 millionMet
Owned by yet another Russian mafioso *ahem* sorry, businessman, this yacht is often used by Alisher Usmanov to pay visits to his private islands.
Price: $300 million
Not much is known about one of the most private yachts in the world except that it’s owned by Said al Said, the Sultan of Oman, and that it has a concert hall big enough to house a 50 piece orchestra.
When you are Russian billionaire Andrey Melnichenko you can name your yacht whatever you want, including your first initial. And just in case you were wondering about the interesting design, it’s so that he can cut through ice bergs like a boss.
Price: $300 million
Owned by Shiek Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates, this floating city is appropriately named.
It’s essentially an entire country on a boat. Complete with roads, mini cars, and even an “airport”, Nigel Gee’s floating city is in a league of its own.
Price: $800 million
Going back to pay our friend Roman Abromavich a visit we might find him aboard his nearly billion dollar mega yacht, the Eclipse. We’re still not really sure what sets it apart more though – the anti-missile defense system or the paparazzi zapping laser that scans the horizon for cameras and fires beams of light into their lenses destroying them completely.
Price: $4.8 billion
It almost hurts doesn’t it? Made with over 100,000 kg of gold and decorated with everything from T-Rex bones to miniature meteorites this unfortunate case of what-the-heck-do-I-do-with-5-billion-dollars is owned by an anonymous Malaysian businessman, probably Robert Kuok.