The Most Expensive Yachts of 2019

With helicopter pads, solid gold accents, and billion dollar price tags, these incredible yachts define what it means to live a life of luxury. Here are the top five picks for 2019’s most expensive yachts and superyachts!

History Supreme

The History Supreme is a luxury yacht owned by Malaysia’s richest man, Robert Knok. This incredible ship stretches over 100 ft and is composed of 10,000 kg of solid gold and platinum. The base is delicately wrapped in a thin layer of gold, which may be the reason why it stands as the most expensive luxury yacht, at a sizeable price of $4.5 billion.

Eclipse

This glamorous superyacht was built by German manufacturer Blohm and Voss, while the interiors and exteriors were built by designer Terence Disdale. The Eclipse is 533 feet in length and filled with a missile detection system. Outstanding amenities include 24 guest cabins, 2 swimming pools, 2 helicopter pads, and a disco hall! This gorgeous ship current ranks as the second most expensive yacht in the world, at a price of $2.5 billion.

Azzam

This private boat was built by Lurssen Yachts and owned by the President of United Arab Emirates, Sheik Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan. This gorgeous ship is 590 feet in length, has a speed of 56 km/h, and the ability to travel in warm and shallow waters. Overall, it costs $620 million. Other features include two gas turbines, two Diesel engines and total power of 35048 kW.

Streets of Monaco

This grand megayacht features miniatures of landmarks of Monaco like Monte Carlo Casino, Hotel de Paris, Ca Rascase, and a beach-like swimming pool. Created by Yacht Island Design, the cost of construction alone is $1 billion. The design and setup required a crew of 70 tasked with maintaining “The Oasis” — a cavernous space at the rear of the ship that serves as the main boarding and entertaining area. The owner’s cabin includes premiere amenities like a private elevator, office, and his/her dressing rooms.

Dilbar

The Dilbar is an extraordinary yacht built at the German Lessen Shipyard. It’s currently ranked as the world’s biggest yacht by volume and length, at 511.81 ft and 42 km/h (22.5 knots) of speed. This large ship also comes with a large price tag of $16 billion. Features include a displacement steel hull with an aluminum superstructure, accommodations for 40 passengers and over 80 crew members.

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