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The world of the superyacht is an exciting floating world where the yacht designer and yacht owner have an opportunity to meld their ideas into one beautiful, luxurious high technology floating palace. The latest luxury yacht to catch the attention of the industry is the Eclipse. She is renowned for being the largest and most expensive private yacht to be built. She carries a crew of sixty and measures 164 meters in length. She is ranked number one in the world for the top one hundred magnificent yachts.

The construction of this unprecedented luxury yacht has been shrouded in secrecy. The interior décor has been designed by Terence Disdale Design. The Russian Billionaire Roman Abramovich is the owner and had it delivered to him in Norway in Dec. of 2010. Onboard is a three man submarine, a sixteen meter pool that can be converted to a dance floor, three helicopters, six tenders and an outdoor fireplace.

Her hull is constructed of steel and her superstructure is of aluminum. She has triple screw propulsion and a maximum speed of twenty-five knots. She can accommodate twenty-four guests.

The builder of this luxury yacht is Blohm + Voss Shipyards based in Hamburg, Germany with a reputation for building innovative yachts for over 150 years. They specialize in building naval vessels and high technology megayachts. The facilities are state-of-the-art and capable of modifying, upgrading and resizing hulls.
The luxury yacht is equipped with a missile defense system and has bullet proof windows and armor-plating around the master suite as well as the bridge. The luxury yacht can be chartered for $2 million a week. The maintenance of the vessel is $50 million a year so the owner has had to make it available for charter to cover the cost of maintaining it. This has proven to be an advantageous decision for those looking for the opportunity to experience the yacht for themselves.


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