Why travel to the most exclusive, luxurious destination money can buy when you can have it all to yourself in the middle of the ocean? Only a select few, like billionaire business magnates, prime ministers and vodka distributors, can afford a mansion on water. Their mega-yachts are fit with multimillion-dollar amenities such as space for a 50-piece orchestra and 50 guest suites. The extremely exclusive elite who don’t enjoy sharing their extravagant lifestyle and want to ensure no guests disturb their personal, floating resort, opted for features such as sonic guns and water cannons.

“Al Mirqab”

The 436-foot Al Mirqab is worth $250 million and is owned by the former Prime Minister of Qatar, Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber bin Muhammad Al Thani. This yacht has 12 suites and space for a crew of 55.

“Pelorus”

The 377-foot Pelorus is worth $300 million and is owned by producer David Geffen.

“Al Said”

The 508-foot Al Said is worth $300 million and is owned by the Sultan of Oman, Qaboos bin Said Al Said. This yacht features a concert stage fit for a 50-piece orchestra.

“Dubai”

The 530-foot Dubai is worth $300 million and is owned by the Emir of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed Rashid al-Maktoum. One of the toys included on this yacht is a small submarine.

“Radiant”

The 360-foot Radiant is worth $320 million and is owned by a car dealer from the United Arab Emirates, Abdulla Al Futtaim. Unlike most leisure boats, Radiant is equipped with sonic guns, water cannons, and a smaller boat designed for a speedy getaway.

“Serene”

The 440-foot Serene is worth $330 million and owned by Russian vodka distributor Yuri Scheffler. This boat has 12 suites, indoor and outdoor pools and an outdoor screening room.

“A”

The 390-foot A is worth $390 million and owned by Russian business magnate Andrey Melnichenko. You know a yacht is luxurious if the bath faucets are worth $40,000 and a remote control rotates the master bed to face views of the sunrise and sunset.

“Topaz”

The 482-foot Topaz is worth $520 million and owned by the Deputy Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates, Mansour Bin Zayed Al Nahyan.

“Azzam”

The 590-foot Azzam is worth $600 million and owned by the president of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed al-Nahyan. Azzam took four years to build and has 50 guest suites.

“Eclipse”

The 536-foot Eclipse is worth $1 billion and owned by Russian business magnate Roman Abramovich. This megayacht has a restaurant, cinema, disco and hair salon.

Originally posted: $1BILLION Floating In The Ocean

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