Owning a yacht today is considered a statement of luxury and wealth. But did you know some superyachts in the world can cost you a fortune? These vessels are punctuated with extravagant features such as luxurious rooms, entertainment, and pleasure, further inflating ownership costs. Below, we have unfolded the highest-selling sailboats in the world, which are the perfect example of sheer prestige.
- Project Y910
Project Y910 is currently touted as the largest superyacht in the world. This magnificent cruiser has a deck space of 1,360 square meters and a total internal volume of 6,000GT. With a total of 8 decks, two helipads, two swimming pools, and four garages, the vessel is currently listed on Concierge Auctions for $25 million.
With 126.2 meters in length, Octopus is considered the most prominent and highest-selling sailboat. This remarkable megayacht is the perfect and rare sum of Nordic adventurism and luxury. It features an 18m submarine garage and two helipads, one on its aft and the other on the foredeck. Octopus has around 9,932GT interior, which offers 13 staterooms, a dive room, an underwater observation lounge, a gym, a pool, a spa, and a sauna.
This luxurious superyacht was designed in collaboration with Zaniz Jakubowski, Giorgio M. Cassetta, Reymond Langton Design, and Benetti. The cruiser has a total length of 107.6 meters and can accommodate up to 27 guests. Other vital features of the sailboat include 800 m of exterior glass, which increases its overall look.
World-famous creator Harrison Eidsgaard and interior designer Laura Sessa came together to design this impressive yacht. The marvelous structure is drenched with an elegant color scheme of white, blue, and red with modern textures and is further studded with a fuel-efficient IMO-compliant system that separates it from its compatriots. Also, twin MTU 16V4000M63 engines provide the boat with a range of 6,000 nautical miles at a top speed of 12 to 18 knots.
The iconic 95.2-meter-long megayacht Kismet is yet another luxurious vessel stuffed with modern amenities. While the interiors of the boat are done by Reymond Langton, the exterior is brought to life by Espen Pino. The boat can accommodate 16 guests and has a list of facilities that range from a cast saloon, sundeck, an extensive swimming pool, and a formal dining room.
- Carinthia Ⅶ
Carinthia Ⅶ is a famous yacht designed by Heidi Horten and delivered in 2002. The astonishing design of using windows with darkened glass and black frames gives the cruiser an iconic look. The vessel is powered by 4 MTU diesel engines, can reach a top speed of 12 knots, and has an overall capacity of 12 guests.
Aquarius is another superyacht that has an impressive length of 92 meters. The sailboat has a volume of 2,856GT along with key features such as VIP cabins, an open swimming pool, a spa, a 3-meter-long Jacuzzi, and a gym. The vessel can accommodate twelve guests in total and is punctuated with navy blue and cream color tones, making it stand out.
This splendid megayacht has a length of 91.5 meters and is often touted as the first-ever vessel to be built on PYC standards. The sailboat has a total volume of 2,998 GT. It has a string of impressive features, which include a sauna, spa suite, beauty room, massage room, elevator, and shower. In addition to this, the yacht also has four kayaks, three jet skis, and several water toys in its kitty to make your journey enjoyable.
Tatoosh, a well-known iconic yacht with a length of 92.38 meters, is listed as the most luxurious in the world. The cruiser has incredible features like an observation lounge, a family room, a private office, a heated swimming pool, and two helipads, which make it one of a kind. The vessel can accommodate 19 guests in total.
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