Top 10 most expensive yachts in the world 
Owning one of the most expensive private yachts in the world is a privilege reserved for the wealthy elite among us.
These titans of transportation are floating status symbols of engineering and wealth equipped with the very latest in both technology and luxury amenities.
From helipads to heated swimming pools and concert halls to basketball courts, the wealthy owners of the most expensive mega yachts in the world spare no expense to bring the luxuries they enjoy on land, out to the sea.
Are you willing to discover whose are the most expensive yachts in the world? Then stay with us in Gotland Charter, we are about to start!
The World’s Most Expensive Yachts
Looking ahead at the 10 most expensive yachts should provide you with more than enough information to satisfy your curiosity with the most expensive yachts that have ever been built.
They are nothing short of fantastic, and the top 5 most expensive yachts are sure to leave you amazed. You won’t find any of the most expensive sailing yachts ahead, though.
This list is for the luxury of power only.
#1 History Supreme – $4,8 Billion
At 100 feet long, The History Supreme may not be the largest of the most expensive yachts, but when you have a yacht built of 10,000 kilograms of solid gold and platinum, you are sure to have the priciest yacht within any point at sea.
No details were spared by the owner, a wealthy Malaysian businessman named Robert Knok.
Gold and platinum can be found on nearly every feature of the yacht from its decks and railings to its staircases and bedrooms.
#2 Eclipse – $1,5 Billion
At 533 feet long, The Eclipse is the second largest mega yacht found throughout the entire world. The Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich has equipped his vessel with technology able to detect intruders and deadly missiles.
With two helipads, bulletproof glass, and a mini-submarine that can be deployed down to 50 meters, this yacht may just be one of the safest on the list as well.
#3 Streets of Monaco – $1,1 Billion
Number three in the top ten most expensive yachts may be one of the most unique yacht designs out there. The Streets of Monaco could be called a floating city on the sea. It features miniature versions of well-known sites and architecture from the actual city of Monaco.
The luxury suites onboard this mega yacht span a total of three stories with elevators, offices, living rooms, and private balconies with their own Jacuzzi’s.
#4 Topaz – $527 Million
The Topaz was launched in May 2012 and is the fifth largest private yacht in the world at 482 feet long.
With two diesel generators on board and a third emergency back-up diesel generator, there is more than enough power for its luxury on deck jacuzzi, swimming pool and platform, air conditioning, underwater lighting, fitness hall, movie theater, and conference room.
#5 Motor Yacht A – $440 Million
Another Russian owned mega yacht with over the top luxury and security is the Motor Yacht A. At 400 feet long and containing an interior of 24,000 square feet, there is plenty of room for luxury in excess.
How about a master bedroom with a disco? Why not outfit the guest suites with moving walls in order to turn them into larger state suites? Maybe add in a helicopter hanger, three swimming pools, and a 30 foot speedboat? The Motor Yacht A has them all.
#6 Dubai – $350 Million
The Dubai, fittingly, has been rumored to be owned by a royal family member of The United Arab Emirates and can accommodate up to 155 guests.
The Dubai is a floating hotel of luxury with a swimming pool featuring mosaic art, multiple Jacuzzi’s, a lounge, and plenty of private and social locations for all members on board.
#7 Sailing Yacht A – $323 Million
The Super Yacht A is owned by another wealthy Russian billionaire, Andrey Melnichenko, with the desire to combine both luxury and security with speed and efficiency.
The Super Yacht A can host up to 16 guests in relative comfort among its multiple swimming pools, mirrored interior and furniture surfaces, and French crystal tableware.
#8 Al Said – $300 Million
The Al Said is the worlds most displaced super yacht at 15,850 tons, and clocks in at just over 508 feet in length. It is reportedly owned by a wealthy member of the royal family of Oman.
The Al Said will hold 70 guests on board, coupled with 154 crew members. If you ever find yourself on board, you may have a chance to see a 50-piece orchestra featured at the full sized concert hall onboard.
#9 Dilbar – $256 Million
The Dilbar is another super yacht owned by a wealthy Russian billionaire, Alisher Usmanov. The yacht was built at the German Lurssen Shipyard and hosts up to 40 guests with the largest pool to be built on a super yacht.
With 3,800 square meters of living space and a speed of 42 kmph, The Dilbar is another perfect example of luxury at sea.
#10 Lady Moura – 210 Million
There seems to be a trend among many, if not all of the owners of luxury super yachts, they all belong to the billionaire club. The beautifully named Lady Moura is owned by businessman Nasser Al Rashid from Saudi Arabia.
The yacht is adorned in gold plating and lettering and welcomes up to 40 guests.
Extra Bonus: The World’s Most Expensive Super Yachts
Did you think the list was going to stop at the top 10 most expensive yachts? Well, there is more.
Why not take a look at two more of the world’s most expensive luxury yachts? The Azzam and The Octopus are ahead.
Azzam – $600 Million
Of all the world’s most expensive yachts, the Azzam can boast to be the fastest among them at speeds capable of 35 kmph. It also takes the title of largest mega yacht at 590 feet long.
Like it’s Russian Counterpart, The Eclipse, there is a missile defense system onboard. With two gas turbines and two diesel engines, it has the power to maintain high speeds throughout varying ocean water conditions.
Octopus – $200 Million
This mega yacht was once owned by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen and with 41 suites on board, it has the ability to host a modest party. With a basketball court, music recording studio, a movie theater, and two pools, there would be no reason to end the party, either.
But you don’t have to be a part of the wealthy elite to enjoy the experience of traveling on a private yacht in the Mediterranean.
In Gotland Charter, we invite you to enjoy the great city of Barcelona and the neighboring city of Sitges with one of our private yacht rentals. Enjoy the unique experience of luxury on the Mediterranean with your friends, family, or professional colleagues!