Latest posts with tags "Eclipse"

Top 10 Largest Yachts Around The Globe

Mar 18, 2021 / Motoring

It could always be a little bigger, and a little better right?

The top 10 most expensive yachts around the world

Apr 07, 2017 / Motoring

Yachts so glorious they have their own submarine? Well, it’s true. We dive into a list of the top 10 most expensive yachts money can buy— for now

Abramovich’s Eclipse Available for Charter

Jul 20, 2011 / Yachts

Six months after he finally took delivery of the Eclipse, the world’s largest yacht, Roman Abramovich is offering it up for charter at a rate of $2 million per week. The 538-ft. Blohm + Voss behemoth is available via ultra-exclusive brokerage SuperYachtsMonaco, and is the world’s most expensive yacht charter by far. The yacht, which […]

The Eclipse Is Ready to Take Abramovich Out at Sea

Jan 04, 2011 / Yachts

After a year-long delay, Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich finally took delivery of the world’s largest and most expensive yacht, the Eclipse. The “gigayacht” measures anywhere from 533 ft. to 557 ft. (depending on reports), and is the world’s largest privately owned yacht. The cost of the behemoth has also been variously reported as $500 million […]

New photos of superyacht Eclipse

May 04, 2010 / Yachts

Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich’s new yacht, measuring nearly 560 feet long, is the biggest private yacht in the world. The yacht, named Eclipse, reportedly features a missile defense system, an anti-paparazzi laser shield and at least one mini-submarine. The Eclipse is also said to have two helipads, two swimming pools — the larger of which […]

Roman Abramovich’s super-yacht is Paparazzi-proof

Sep 23, 2009 / Yachts

Russian Oligarch Roman Abramovich has installed a laser based anti-paparazzi shield on his new record breaking mega yacht – the Eclipse. Measuring 557ft long, it boasts two swimming pools, two helipads and an onboard missile defence system. The boat’s anti-paparazzi system, described in several reports as a “laser shield”, is a little less science fiction […]

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