As you might imagine, the largest yachts in the world are in a league of their own, so much so that they are deemed "Superyachts". Although there is no one definition for making a yacht a "super" one, Worth Avenue Yachts say superyachts are often defined as a yacht longer than 78 feet that offers the epitome of luxury and glamour.
The 10 superyachts in our list represent leisure and opulence as its finest, with many of these being considered "Megayachts" - greater than 200 feet long. From helipads to palatial beach clubs, discover some of the world's most expensive yachts and the fabulous amenities they have to offer.
- This sleek yacht belongs to Roman Abramovich, the billionaire businessman, politician, and owner of the Chelsea Football Club.
- Some of the likely amenities onboard include a three-person submarine, a 52-foot pool that can be converted into a dance floor, and an exterior fireplace.
- The Eclipse is believed to accommodate 36 guests and 70 crew members. The Eclipse's interiors were designed by world-renowned Terence Disdale Design in London.
- Dilbar is owned by Russian billionaire Alisher Usmanov and is considered the largest yacht in the world by gross tonnage and interior volume.
- Usmanov named this Lurssen masterpiece after his mother.
- Some of this boatâ€™s amenities include an 82-foot indoor swimming pool, sauna and massage room, movie theater, and underwater lights.
- The Dilbar accommodates 40 guests and 80 crew members.
- Andrew Winch of Winch Design Group, a London-based design group for luxury homes, yachts, and planes, designed the interiors of Dilbar.
- The 590-foot Azzam is considered the longest yacht in the world and is reportedly owned by the royal family of Abu Dhabi.
- Built-in 2013, this Larsson yacht made yachting history for not only its size but its ability to reach top speeds of more than 30 knots.
- French designer Christophe Leoni heralded the interior design of this boat that accommodates 36 guests and 60 crew members
This megayacht was constructed by Platinum Yachts for Prince Jefri Bolkiah of Brunei and now belongs to Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, ruler of Dubai and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates.
The SuperYacht took 10 years to perfect and is widely considered one of the most luxurious yachts in the world.
Dubai boasts a mosaic-tiled swimming pool, multiple Jacuzzis, a disco, and a squash court. Its dining room alone can hold up to 90 guests, and the boat has room for 88 crew members. The interiors of Dubai were designed by Andrew Winch of Winch Design.
Fulk Al Salamah Superyacht
- Fulk Al Samanah was assembled by Mariotti in Genoa, Italy, and is the world's second-largest superyacht.
- It is believed to belong to the Omani Royal Fleet. Notable amenities include a beauty salon, beach club, and conference facilities and it requires 130 crew members for optimal ventures.
- Little information about the Fulk Al Samanah is known, but the boat's exterior was designed by Studio de Jorio.
- Meaning 'Ship of Peace', luxury yacht Fulk Al Salamah was first discovered in 2014 as project Saffron and is believed to have inherited the name from a 136-meter support vessel, which has since been renamed Aldhaferah.
Rising Sun Superyacht
- This stunner belongs to billionaire and entertainment mogul David Geffen and has likely hosted a favorite celebrity (or 10) over the past few yearsâ€”even the Obamas.
- Complete with a gym, sauna, pool, and underwater lights, what more could you ask for in a party venue? This Lurssen yacht holds 18 guests overnight and up to 45 crew.
- There isn't much out there about the interiors of Geffen's yacht, but we do know it was designed by Bannenberg and Rowell.
Ocean Victory Superyacht
- Ocean Victory was built in 2014 by Fincantieri and is owned by Russian billionaire Viktor Rashnikov. It holds 26 guests and 50 crew.
- Notable amenities include six pools, a beach club, and an underwater observation room.
- Little is known about the interiors of this ship, except that it was designed by Alberto Pinto and Laura Sessa Romboli, so you know it has to be absolutely fabulous.
Flying Fox Superyacht
This sporty Lurssen was built in 2019 and is one of the
newest superyachts to have set sail. It was rumored to have been purchased by
Jeff Bezos in 2019, but the reports have since been denied.
Flying Fox accommodates 22 guests and a crew of 54. Notable amenities include a swimming pool running through the main deck and a two-floor spa facility that stretches more than 4,000 square feet. Mark Berryman Design, a London-based firm took on the challenge of designing the ship's interiors.
Al Said Superyacht
- Al Said was built for the Sultan of Oman in 2008 by Lurssen. This beast accommodates 70 guests and 154 crew members.
- Al Said boasts one of the most amazing amenities weâ€™ve heard of: a concert hall with room for a 50-piece orchestra.
- Little is known about the boatâ€™s interiors, except that it was designed by U.K. based firm Redman Whitely Dixon.
- Serene was built by Fincantieri for Mohammad Bin Salman Al Saud, crown prince of Saudi Arabia.
- This yacht accommodates 24 guests and 52 crew.
- Some notable amenities of this beautiful ship include an indoor saltwater pool, piano room and bar, outdoor movie theater, and a climbing wall.
- Reymond Langton Design, a firm based in Bath, U.K., designed the interiors of this spectacular ship.
- Designed in accordance with the maximum class of international safety regulations for passenger transport, the yacht Serene features seven decks, a hangar, and two helicopter landing pads.
So, this is our list of the top 10 biggest and most luxurious superyachts in the whole world!
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