30 Most Expensive Yachts In The World

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Cruising on the world’s most exquisite yachts, enjoying their unparalleled affluence, and toasting the bubbly champagne while feeling the chill breeze of the deep blue seas and bright blue skies are the things only some of the world’s richest peoples can experience.

So what do the world’s most exclusive floating vessels boast?

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The Most Expensive Water Home “Yachts” (Source: TheSeaholic)

From a helipad and swimming pools to a gold decked atrium and aesthetic decors, these marvelous beauties utter grandeur, comfort, and astonishment every time.

So, today we are taking you on a quick tour of such 30 most expensive yachts in the world, which are built with cutting-edge technology, unrivaled luxuries, and in accord with the world’s wealthiest owner’s unique tastes and requirements.

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Quick Overview

 S.N.  Name of the Yachts  Price
 1. The History Supreme  $4.8 Billion
 2. Eclipse $1.5 Billion 
 3.  Streets of Monaco $1.1 Billion
 4. Dilbar $800 Million
 5. Sheherazade $700 Million
 6. Azzam $600 Million
 7.  Solaris  $600 Million
 8. Crescent $600 Million
 9. The Rising Sun $590 Million
 10 Topaz $527 Million
 11. Nord $500 Million
 12. Al Samah $500 Million
 13. Motor Yacht A $440 Million
 14. Flying Fox $400 Million
 15. Dubai $400 Million
 16. Radiant $320 Million
 17. Ocean Victory $300 Million
 18. Al Said $300 Million
 19. Serene $300 Million
 20. Pelorus $300 Million
 21. All Miraqb $250 Million
 22. Maryah $250 Million
 23. Lady Moura $200 Million
24.  Octopus $200 Million 
 25. Ecstasea $200 Million
 26. Yas $180 Million
 27. Solandge $180 Million
 28. Aviva $150 Million
 29. Lionheart $150 Million
 30. Prince Abdulaziz $100 Million

Most Expensive Yachts In The World

The information and details has been compiled from trusted sites on the web, including Briefly and Wikipedia.

30. Prince Abdulaziz

Price: $100 Million

Helsingor Vaerft built this beauty in 1984 in Denmark for the late King Fahd of Saudi Arabia, who later named her after his first son, Abdul Aziz bin Fahd.

She is one of the superyachts owned by The Saudi Royals. They use it to conduct official business and spend their vacations.

Abdulaziz stretches up to 147 m long, has an 18 m beam, 4620 GT, and can reach the top speed of 22 knots.

Prince Abdulaziz Yacht (Source: SuperYacht Times)

Besides, she can accommodate up to 64 guests and 65 crews on board. The world’s 8th largest yacht boasts vibrant interior designs with classical and modern features.

Rumors has it that the luxurious vessel hides air missiles and an underwater surveillance system. She has a price tag of a staggering $100 million.

29. Lionheart

Price: $150 Million

The British businessman, Sir Philip Green, owns this $150 million worthy superyacht, Lionheart.

Benetti built her as their first-ever longest yacht in 2016 in Italy. She measures 90 m long, has a 16 m beam, 2990 GT, and can cruise up to 12 guests and 30 crews.

Lionheart Yacht (Source: Vessel Finder)

Green and Mingarelli designed her with a steel hull, aluminum superstructures, and teak decks.

Besides, she has at-anchor stabilizers that offer a smooth voyage and unmatched comfort.

28. Aviva

Price: $150 Million

The floating home and office of the British billionaire Joe Lewis’s Aviva yacht is worth $150 million.

In 2017, Abeking and Rasmussen built this 90 m long megayacht in Germany.

Aviva Yacht (Source: American Luxury)

Aviva can reach a top speed of 20 knots and cruise 14 knots per hour.

Further, the luxurious vessel boasts a piano house, beach club, gym, elevators, and indoor paddle tennis court.

27. Solandge

Price: $180 Million

Former Prince of Saudi Arabia, Muqribin Abdulaziz, owns one of the most expensive and chic private yachts in the world.

The German shipyard Lurssen built Solandge in 2013, with her length reaching up to 85.1 m and a top speed of 18 knots.

Solandge Yacht (Source: Superyacht World)

Whereas Rodriguez Interiors and Dolker Voges gave her a classy look with more than 49 different marble and granite surfaces, unique Murano glassworks, Schonbek chandeliers, etc.

Further, she boasts a dance floor, Jacuzzis, wet bars, a movie theatre, large swimming pools, a beauty salon, etc.

This lavish vessel costs a staggering $180 million.

26. Yas

Price: $180 Million

The iconic superyacht Yas has a rich history. She was built in 1978 and served in the Royal Dutch Navy under the name “HNLMS Piet Hein” from 1981 to 1998.

From then till 2005, she was in the United Arab Emirates Navy as ” Al Emirat”.

Yas Yacht (Source: BOAT International)

After Abu Dhabi’s mayor, Hamdan bin Zayed acquired her at the end of the year, Jacques Pierrejan took almost six years to transform her into one of the largest and most luxurious yachts in the world.

She measures 141 m long, has a 14.4 m beam, and can sail at the top speed of 30 knots.

Further, the $180 million worth of dolphin-like vessel has room for 60 overnight guests and 69 crews. She also boasts hidden master suites and a huge glass dome offering panoramic views of the sea.

25. Ecstasea

Price: $200 million

Feadship built Ecstasea in 2004 in the Netherlands for the Russian oligarch, Roman Abramovich.

After five years, Abramovich sold her to the Belgian businessman, Alshair Fiyaz.

Ecstasea Yacht (Source: BOAT International)

Terence Disdale Design did both interior and exterior styling. She measures 86 m long, has an 11.5 m beam, and has eight suites for its 15 guests with 27 crews.

The boarders can cruise at the top speed of 33 knots while enjoying the beach club, gym, Jacuzzis, etc.

24. Octopus

Price: $200 Million

Lurssen’s other creation, Octopus, is a 126 m superyacht with a 21 m beam, 9,932 GT, and a top speed of 19 knots.

Microsoft’s co-founder, Paul Allen, loaned her for several scientific research and rescue missions since she was erected in 2003.

Octopus Yacht (Source: SuperYacht Times)

In 2021, the Russian billionaire Roger Samuelsson bought her for $200 million.

She needs 63 crews to run and maintain her. Besides, around 26 guests can explore her underwater observation lounge, a cinema, two helipads, a basketball court, and a hair salon.

23. Lady Moura

Price: $200 Million

Blohm and Voss’s 1990 creation, Lady Moura, is one of the most expensive and innovative yachts in the world.

She is 105 m long, has a 21 m beam, 9,932 GT, and can accommodate up to 26 guests and 72 crews on board.

LadyMoura Yacht (Source: Superyachtfan.com)

The boarders can enjoy the cruise at a speed of 19 knots per hour and relax in a spa, movie theater, beach clubs, gym, indoor pool, and sauna.

In 2021, the Saudi Arabian businessman Nasser Al-Rashid sold his luxurious prize for $200 million to the Mexican billionaire Alberto Bailleres.

22. Maryah

Price: $250 Million

Another most expensive yacht in the world is the former Russian research vessel (Project Czar), Maryah.

Szczecin shipyard brought Maryah into the water in 1991. It was H2 Yacht Design that transformed this 121.57 m long vessel into an opulent cruise ship with a modern feel both inside and out.

Maryah Yacht (Source: BOAT International)

Moreover, Maryah has entertaining and relaxing features like a movie theatre, salon, beach club, sushi bar, gym, private dining room, helipad, etc.

Further, her at-anchor stabilizers offer smooth cruising for her 54 guests even when the seas are rough.

Maryah is worth $250 million and comes up with a top speed of 18 knots per hour.

21. All Miraqb

Price: $250 Million

Qatar’s former Prime Minister, Hamad Bin Jassim bin Jaber Al Thani owns this $250 million worth of superyacht.

The German shipyard Peters Schiffbau built the All Miraqb yacht in 2006, which measures 133 m in length.

Besides, the multi-award-winning designers Andrew Winch and Tim Heywood styled this elegant beauty inside and out.

All Miraqb Yacht (Source: Yacht Informer)

She can accommodate up to 25 guests and 55 crews and can cruise at the top speed of 23 knots.

Further, the boarders get to enjoy a movie theatre, spa, beach club, gym, swimming pools, and outside jacuzzies.

20. Pelorus

Price: $300 Million

Lurssen’s 2003 yacht, Pelorus, is 115 m (377 ft.) long and has more than five decks, 17.2 m beam, and 5,317 GT.

She can cruise at a top speed of 19 knots and can seat 22 guests and 41 crews.

Pelorus Yacht (Source: SuperYacht Times)

Her glorious features include two swimming pools, two helipads, a large cinema, salon, beach club, gym, and two VIP suites.

Further, the Chinese billionaire Samuel Tak-lee owns this $300 million luxury yacht.

19. Serene

Price: $300 Million

Built by the Italian shipyard Fincantieri in 2011, Serene is famous as “The Floating Palace.”

The mega vessel measures 134 m, has a beam of 18.5 m, 8,231 GT, and seats 24 guests and 52 crews on board.

Serene Yacht (Source: Yacht Charter Fleet)

Serene has several swimming pools, a saltwater pool, two helipads that can be converted into a dancefloor, a steam room, showrooms, an outdoor cinema, and beauty salons.

Even Bill Gates enjoyed his lone time on this Serene yacht by spending $5 million per week.

18. Al Said

Price: $300 Million

Lurssen built this sixth-longest yacht in 2007 under the code name “Project Sunflower” for the late Sultan of Oman, Qaboos Al Said.

Besides, it is believed that the yacht now belongs to the new Sultan, Haitham Bin Tariq.

The lavish yacht is 155 m long, has six levels, and can seat 154 crews and more than 70 guests onboard.

Al Said Yacht (Source: Yacht Harbour)

Further, she can cruise at the top speed of 22 knots. But her crowning glory comes from the concert hall that can hold a 50 piece orchestra.

Moreover, the Al-Said yacht costs a whopping $300 million.

17. Ocean Victory

Price: $300 Million

Fincantieri landed the Ocean Victory on the deep blue seas in 2014.

The luxury vessel measures 140 m in length and has a helipad, six large swimming pools, and an underwater observation room.

Ocean Victory Yacht (Source: SuperYacht Times)

Besides, she can house 36 guests on a lovely voyage with a top speed of 19.5 knots per hour.

Further, she belongs to the Russian billionaire Viktor Rashnikov. And she is worth a staggering $300 million.

16. Radiant

Price: $320 Million

The gleaming superyacht, Radiant screams affluence in her every portion.

Lurssen built her for the Emirates billionaire Abdulah Al Futaein in 2009. She measures 110 m (360.89 ft.) in length and has a 16.30 beam and 5027 GT.

Radiant Yacht (Source: BOAT International)

Besides, she has rooms for her 20 guests and 44 crews and can cruise at a top speed of 21 knots per hour.

Further, the lavish vessel boasts a beach club, swimming pools, a gym, deck jacuzzies, a large cinema, jetskis, etc.

Radiant also has sonic guns that will burst the eardrums of anyone trying to steal her and water cannons that could sink an approaching vessel 100 yards away.

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15. Dubai

Price: $400 Million

Built-in 2006, this exuberant yacht belongs to the Sheikh Muhammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, PM of Emirates.

He has splurged on this beauty and designed the interiors of the yacht by himself. The yacht is 162 m (531 ft. 6 inches) long and has a top speed of 26 knots per hour.

Dubai Yacht (Source: Yacht Harbour)

Besides, the 48 overnight guests and 115-day guests can enjoy the jacuzzies, swimming pools, water bikes, and a large dining area on the yacht.

Further, the yacht has social areas, a helipad, handmade mosaics, tiles, and a spiral staircase with glass steps that change colors when they reflect light.

The estimated price for the Dubai yacht is $400 million.

14. Flying Fox

Price: $400 Million

Flying Fox is one of the most expensive yachts in the world, built by Lurssen in 2019.

The vessel measures 136 m in length and has a 22.5 beam and royal-like decors inside it.

Flying Fox Yacht Aerial View (Source: BOAT International)

The yacht can accommodate up to 25 guests and boasts 11 cabins with sea view terraces, a 12 m swimming pool on the main deck, an unseen floor spa covering 400 sq. m, and several spa treatments.

Besides, the Russian billionaire Dmitry Kamenshchik owns this opulent yacht. She is worth a whopping $400 million. Whereas one can rent her for $4 million per week.

13. Motor Yacht A

Price: $440 Million

Blohm and Voss brought this aesthetic beauty into the waters in 2008.

She measures 119 m in length and can cruise at a top speed of 23 knots per hour.

Besides, her 37 crews are there to look after the 14 guests.

30 Most Expensive Yachts In The World- Motor Yacht A
Motor Yacht A (Source: BOAT International)

The French designer Philippe Starck made this beauty echo elegance with unmatched style and comfort.

The vessel boasts a large space, a glass roof overlooking three swimming pools, two 11 m tenders, underwater lights, and a helipad.

Further, the Russian billionaire Andrey Melnichenko owns this $440 worth mega yacht.

12. Al Samah

Price: $500 Million

Lurssen built the Al Samah yacht in 1999 in Germany.

She belongs to the crown prince of Bahrain, Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa.

30 Most Expensive Yachts In The World- Al Samah
Al Samah (Source: Superyachtfan.com)

The luxury vessel features a large swimming pool, a car garage, a cinema, three hospitals, two hair salons, a bakery, and a spa.

Moreover, the 139 m (457 ft.) long and 21.5 knots fast superyacht costs a staggering $500 million.

11. Nord

Price: $500 Million

This 142 m (466 ft.) long yacht, Nord, was brought into the waters in 2021 by Lurssen.

Forty crews are there to ensure her 36 guests’ needs are met while she cruises them at a top speed of 20 knots.

30 Most Expensive Yachts In The World- Nord-Yacht
Nord Yacht (Source: BOAT International)

Besides, the Russian billionaire Alexei Mordashov owns this classic yacht.

She boasts a large swimming pool, two helipads, a cinema, gym, sauna, etc. Moreover, she is worth $500 million.

10. Topaz

Price: $527 Million

Topaz, the glorious eight decked beauty, can cruise at a top speed of 25.5 knots and is 147 m long.

The deputy prime minister of Emirates, Sheikh Mansour, has been a proud owner of this yacht since 2012.

30 Most Expensive Yachts In The World- Topaz-Yacht
Topaz Yacht (Source: SuperYacht Times)

Her features include a gym, swimming pool, hot tubs, movie theaters, two helipads, and an on-deck jacuzzi. Besides, she also has toys for her guests like inflatable boats, jet skis, and a tiny submarine.

Further, the Topaz yacht costs $527 million.

9. The Rising Sun

Price: $590 million

Jeff Bezos, Barack Obama, and Oprah Winfrey all have enjoyed a glass of the finest bubbly drinks on board the Rising Sun.

One of the founders of DreamWorks Pictures, David Geffen, bought the yacht in 2010 from the Oracle founder, Larry Ellison, for $590 million.

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The Rising Sun Yacht (Source: BOAT International)

The Rising Sun requires 45 crews to maintain and run her, while 18 guests can cruise on her. Besides, she boasts an 8,000 square feet living room, meeting halls, 38 cabins, a gym, sauna, a helipad, swimming pools, and a large cinema.

8. Crescent

Price: $600 Million

Built by Lurssen in 2013, the Crescent yacht is 135.6 m long and can cruise at a top speed of 20 knots per hour.

30 Most Expensive Yachts In The World- Crescent-Yacht
Crescent Yacht (Source: Yacht Harbour)

About 36 guests can enjoy the gym, swimming pool, movie theater, beach club, salon, BBQ, and spa room on this yacht.

Further, she is the eighth-most expensive yacht in the world, with a price tag of $600 million.

7. Solaris

Price: $600 Million

Solaris is an explorer yacht built by Lloyd Werft in Germany for the Russian Oligarch Roman Abramovich in 2021.

30 Most Expensive Yachts In The World- Solaris-Yacht
Solaris Yacht (Source: SuperYacht Times)

She has eight decks and extends 138.96 m (456 ft.) long. Whereas she has rooms for 36 guests and 60 crew and offers them a cruise at a top speed of 18 knots.

Further, the yacht boasts a helipad, a swimming pool, a huge beach club, and other luxurious amenities.

The yacht is worth $600 million.

6. Azzam

Price: $600 Million

Holding the sixth spot is Lurssen’s other marvelous beauty, Azzam.

Azzam is one of the longest private yachts in the world, stretching 180 m (590 ft.) in length.

The yacht can cruise at a top speed of 32 knots per hour.

30 Most Expensive Yachts In The World- Azzam-Yacht
Azzam Yacht (Source: Superyachtfan.com)

Very little has been disclosed about this yacht. But, when the owner (Emirates president) Sheikh Khalifa’s net worth is a staggering $18 billion, we can only imagine what luxuries are hidden inside this large vessel.

But rumors has it that there is a 6,000 square feet lounge with up to 50 bulletproof master suites and a 5-foot beauty salon.

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5. Scheherazade

Price: $700 Million

Scheherazade, a 2019 Lurssen yacht, is 140 m long, reaches up to six levels, and has a top speed of 19.5 knots.

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Scheherazade Yacht (Source: Yacht Charter Fleet)

Her features include two helipads, gold-plated bathroom fixtures, a large dining room, Turkish baths, a sauna, 22 cabins, a dressing room, and an indoor swimming pool.

She is the fifth most expensive yacht in the world, with a price tag of $700 million.

4. Dilbar

Price: $800 Million

The fourth-longest yacht in the world, Dilbar measures 156 m (511 ft.) in length and is one of the most expensive yachts in the world.

Lurssen built her in 2016 with a vast space that can accommodate more than 80 crews and 40 guests.

Her 15,917 gross tonnage makes her the third biggest yacht by volume. She can cruise at the top speed of 22.5 knots.

30 Most Expensive Yachts In The World- Dilbar-Yacht
Dilbar Yacht (Source: SuperYacht Times)

Further, the lavish yacht boasts several masterpiece arts, European furniture, 20 opulent ensuite cabins, and over 38,000 square feet of the living room.

Moreover, Dilbar has the world’s largest indoor swimming pool, which measures 180 cubic meters.

3. Streets of Monaco

Price: $1.1 Billion

Yacht Island Design is set to create this floating city with exhaustive replicas of iconic landmarks in Monaco like Hotel de Paris, Monte Carlo Casino, etc.

The streets of Monaco will be 500 ft. long and take pride as the billionaire’s asylum.

The yacht will feature tennis courts, swimming pools, a grand atrium connecting main living areas, seven guest suites, a library, dressing room, balcony, massage room, etc.

30 Most Expensive Yachts In The World- Streets-of-Monaco-Yacht-Ideas
Streets of Monaco Yacht Ideas (Source: The Daily Want)

Further, the yacht will boast a spacious lounge, jacuzzi, steam rooms, bar, spa, and wine cellar.

Moreover, the Russian billionaire and owner of Chelsea FC, Roman Abramovich, will be spending $1.1 billion on this project.

2. Eclipse

Price: $1.5 Billion

The Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich owns the world’s second most expensive yacht, Eclipse.

Blohm and Voss brought this 162.5 m (533 ft. 2 inches) long beauty into the waters in 2009. She can cruise 70 staff and her 24 guests at a top speed of 25 knots.

30 Most Expensive Yachts In The World- Eclipse
Eclipse (Source: BOAT Internationa)

The yacht features nine decks, with the top deck dedicated to the helicopters and garages. Level 7 has an atrium and swimming pool.

Level 8 has another swimming pool and sun deck. Whereas the rest levels boast the main dining halls, salons, cabins, a small club, gym, Jacuzzis, and elevators.

Further, the Eclipse yacht has a price tag of a whopping $1.5 billion.

1. The History Supreme

Price: $4.8 Billion

At the top comes the proud treasure of the Malaysian billionaire, Robert Knok’s one and only, The History Supreme.

With a length reaching up to 100 feet and a top speed exceeding 30 knots per hour, she is the world’s largest and fastest yacht.

The luxury yacht designer Stuart Hughes used 10,000 kilograms of solid gold and platinum to embellish her staircases, deck, anchor, and lavish dining area.

30 Most Expensive Yachts In The World- The History Supreme
The History Supreme (Source: Wallpaper Cave)

What’s way more mind-boggling is that the master suite’s walls are made of meteorite stones, has a Tyrannosaurus Rex bones statue, an 18.5-carat diamond decorated liquor bottle, and Aquavista Panoramic Wall Aquarium full of 24 carat-gold weighing 68 kgs.

This 2011 built classy, elegant, and enchanting yacht costs a whopping $4.8 billion.

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