The rich and successful are known for more than a few frivolous habits, including spending their money on gorgeous private yachts. Their “home away from home” is just as lavish and over-the-top as some of their mansions. You won’t believe what is included on these incredibly extravagant yachts.
Beyoncé and Jay Z, Galactica Star
Power couple Jay Z and Beyoncé married in 2008 and have one daughter, Blue Ivy, and baby twins on the way. So what better way to celebrate than on a yacht? This $70 million superyacht was for Beyoncé’s 32nd birthday – and the superstar pair were celebrating aboard the 213-ft. Galactica Star. It can sleep up to 12 guests in custom-built staterooms, including a full-beam master suite with private balcony and a VIP suite on the upper deck. It also has a swimming pool, sauna, and on-deck Jacuzzi. The couple has also been spotted displaying massive PDA aboard their yacht, but who can blame them?
Nicole Kidman, Hokulani
Nicole Kidman, the Aussie actress and film producer known for her part in the 1989 feature film thriller Dead Calm, television thriller Bangkok Hilton, and several other films in the early 1990s like Eyes Wide Shut and Batman Forever is also the proud owner of a yacht.
Married to country superstar Keith Urban, Kidman made a very beautiful investment in a boat named Hokulani. Hokulani was designed by Nuvolari & Lenard, but built by Palmer Johnson Yachts, based Down Under. This luxury yacht includes a master stateroom, VIP double stateroom, and several twin cabins. There is also plenty of space to host up to 10 guests on board. The yacht features luxurious finishes like glossy Cherrywood throughout the ship and a centralized and integrated entertainment system.
Eric Clapton, Va Bene
Eric Clapton is one of the most accomplished musicians in the world; as an English rock and blues guitarist, singer, and songwriter, he has changed the way people listen to music. He has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and is called “Slowhands.” His line of guitars are some of the most expensive on the market.
Eric Clapton has a tendency to fall in love with things that he does not own. A perfect example is Pattie Boyd, who used to be the wife of George Harrison. And in this case, it is the Va Bene, a yacht that used to be owned by Bernie Ecclestone. Measuring 47.8 meters long, it can accommodate up to 12 guests at a time so he bought the yacht after he chartered it in 2005.
Sir Philip Green, Lionheart
Sir Philip Nigel Ross Green is a British businessman. He is known for his work as the chairman of Arcadia Group, a retail company that includes Topshop, Topman, Wallis, Evans, Burton, Miss Selfridge, Dorothy Perkins, and Outfit. The BHS department store chain used to be part of the group; Green is also known for his controversial actions prior to the demise of BHS.
Green was born into money – but to give credit where credit is due, it was his smart business decisions that led to his success. Lionheart, the 206-foot long vessel, was designed by Stefano Natucci. This mega yacht includes every luxury you could imagine; including an electrically designed sun deck, high-class bar, and an on-deck swimming pool. It even requires a relatively large crew to keep it running. Green recently changed the name of his vessel from Lionheart to Lioness V.
Dolce & Gabbana, Regina d’ Italia
Dolce & Gabbana, which was founded in 1985 in Legnano, is a household fashion name by Italian designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana. In 1982, they established a designer consulting studio but they presented their first women’s collection in 1985. A year later, in Milan, their first store would open its doors.
Dolce and Gabbana are primarily known for their clothes, but they also created footwear, handbags, sunglasses and watches. They are known to host parties for their models and other celebrities on their yacht—the Regina d’ Italia; the yacht is 51 meters long and was built by Codecasa. This yacht even has water slides!
Steve & Laurene Jobs, Venus
Steve Jobs the co-founder, chairman, and CEO of Apple Inc, was also the CEO and largest shareholder of Pixar Animation Studios. Jobs had a very interesting background; he was adopted and raised in San Francisco. He dropped out of college and traveled India studying Buddhism all before he built his fame and fortune. Sadly, Jobs passed away a year before his yacht was finished but it was designed to be one incredibly gorgeous ship.
Jobs commissioned the yacht to be built by Phillippe Starck with glass features inspired by the Apple store designs. It includes six bedrooms with a top-of-the-line electronic communication system to facilitate communication throughout the ship and a group of 27-inch iMac computers. Job’s widow, Laurene Powell Jobs, is the current owner of the vessel now, which is worth $120 million.
Giorgio Armani, Main
Giorgio Armani is an Italian fashion designer. Rather than women’s clothing, he is particularly noted for his menswear and the clean, tailored lines. He formed his company, Armani, in 1975. By 2001, it was acclaimed as the most successful design company that Italy has produced; annual turnover is $1.6 billion and a personal fortune of $8.5 billion (as of 2013). Armani is credited with pioneering red-carpet fashion.
Just like his fashion lines, Armani is all about luxury, class, and elegance so the same principles hold true for his yacht, Main. The Codecasa-built yacht measures 65 meters long and looks incredibly distinguished in its fine black finish. The yacht hosts several parties along with a host of photo shoots for various high fashion magazines.
Sean “Diddy” Combs, The Maraya
Sean John Combs is known by many names such as Puff Daddy, Diddy, or most famous P. Diddy and is an infamous rapper, record producer, actor, and entrepreneur. He is best known for his album No Way Out that was certified seven times platinum. Combs has been very successful throughout his entire music career, winning several music awards and producing an entrepreneurial affiliation with fashion design—Sean John and Sean by Sean Combs.
Combs is estimated to be worth about $475 million so spending $65 million on a yacht is comparable to a drop in the bucket. Sean “Diddy” Combs’ yacht features a projector screen, stage, and a party floor with a built-in bar on the top deck and even requires 10 staff members on board. He’s also been spotted with some sexy guests on deck, including on-again-off-again girlfriend and model Kim Porter.
Roberto Cavalli, Baglietto
Here is another fashion designer to add to the yacht list! Roberto Cavalli is an Italian fashion designer and inventor. If you know anything about fashion, then you know Cavalli is known for exotic prints and the sand-blasted look for jeans. He also owns the high-end Italian fashion house Roberto Cavalli which sells all things luxury, like clothing, leather accessories, and perfume.
So as someone known for his unique and forward-thinking style, his patterns and looks are applied to his yacht, the Baglietto. This is yet another yacht built by Codecasa and it measures 41 meters long. The yacht has a distinctive color combining gold, green and iridescent purple so you are sure to spot his yacht from far away.
Richard Branson, Necker Belle
Richard Branson is arguably one of the wealthiest and successful businessmen in the world. As an incredibly intelligent business investor, magnate and philanthropist, this English entrepreneur is the founder of the very well-known Virgin Group, which is made up of a remarkable 400 companies! His success started at the young age of 16 with his mail-order record business but it has only blossomed from there. He was knighted in 2000 for his contribution to entrepreneurship and is worth $5.2 billion (as of 2016).
Branson has always been very interested in sailing, so it should not be a surprise to anyone that he wanted a yacht and even has attempted to break world records. He owns one of the fastest catamarans in the world. Necker Belle can travel up to 20 knots and Branson hires it out to others for the cost of $100,000 per week—how affordable! The yacht can sleep up to 10 people, and that’s good since Branson is known for throwing parties on board, of course.
Paul Allen, Octopus
Paul Allen (multimillionaire and Bill Gate’s bestie) co-founded Microsoft in 1975 with Bill Gates. Paul Allen eventually left Microsoft due to health issues, but he actually reinvented himself after beating the disease he faced. Allen is the 39th richest person in the world worth about $18 billion and he owns the Seattle Seahawks and the Portland Trail Blazers.
He focused a lot of his time investing in his beautiful yacht Octopus, which features not one but two helipads, making it easy to access this ship from any location. Other onboard features include a spa, recording studio, multiple game rooms, hot tub, swimming pool, movie theater, and two submarines.
Paul David Hewson, known as Bono, is an Irish singer-songwriter and musician who became a venture capitalist, businessman, and philanthropist. He is the lead vocalist of rock band U2 and frequently uses religious, social, and political themes for their songs. As the band matured, his lyrics became inspired more by personal experiences.
After having produced numerous hits for over 30 years now, Bono has rewarded himself for all his hard work with his very own yacht. He calls the Codecasa-built yacht the Cyan and it measures 49 meters long. However, his yacht has stirred up a bit of trouble in paradise, as Bono loves throwing parties onboard and has been caught shutting down the local beach bar in St. Tropez with young ladies before taking them back aboard the yacht.
Tiger Woods, Privacy
Tiger Woods is one of the best golfers of all time who is also known for his dramatic personal life that has played out in the tabloids. From his prime, Woods has won 14 major titles; this includes winning at least three times each in the US Open, Masters, US PGA and the British Open. He is so successful that if he finishes a tournament in the top 10 it is considered to be a disappointment.
Woods has struggled to build up his life after his messy divorce with his wife that was brought on by his infidelity. He has also been tied to Olympic gold medalist skier Lindsey Vonn. But by any means, Woods now has a yacht that he ironically named Privacy. It is 47 meters long and was built by renowned yacht maker Christensen.
Johnny Depp, Vajoliroja
Johnny Depp is known for several blockbuster hit movies, like the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Edward Scissorhands, just to name a few. He is one of the most talented actors around. The months spent on the water while shooting the Pirates of the Caribbean movie trilogy may have enhanced Depp’s love for the sea, and he decided to buy his own yacht.
The yacht was built by Proteksan Turquoise in Turkey. It is considered to be a modern classic superyacht and measures 47 meters long. The name of “Vajoliroja” doesn’t really mean anything to anyone, except Depp; the name is derived from a combination of the names in Depp’s family: “Va” is his girlfriend Vanessa Paradis, “jo” is for Depp himself, “liro” is for his daughter Lily Rose and “ja” is for his son Jack. Creative naming, but we wouldn’t expect anything less from Johnny Depp!
J.K. Rowling, Vajoliroja
Yes, you read that correctly; Vajoliroja has a new owner. J.K. Rowling, the Harry Potter book series author who created an entire franchise around her “Wizarding World” made an impulse buy and took over the yacht from Depp. But then she changed her mind. But JK Rowling appears to have suffered buyer’s remorse on a grand scale and is set to make a seven million loss by selling the motor yacht she bought only last year.
Rowling has put the yacht up for sale at just over $15 million but she reportedly paid $22 million for the luxury vessel. She fell in love with it after chartering it for a holiday with her husband Neil Murray and their two children but immediately regretted her purchase soon after.
Steven Spielberg, Seven Seas
If you don’t know who Steven Allan Spielberg is, then you have definitely been living under a rock. Or in a cave. He is an American director, producer, and screenwriter who is considered one of the founding pioneers of the New Hollywood era. He is viewed as one of the most popular directors and producers in film history and is also one of the co-founders of DreamWorks Studios. Some of his most popular productions include E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, The Color Purple, Empire of the Sun, Schindler’s List, Saving Private Ryan, and Jurassic Park.
Steven Spielberg is the owner of an 86-meter yacht named Seven Seas. It was built by Oceanco from a design by the Nuvolari Lenard Design company. This remarkable yacht features an infinity pool with a 15-foot glass wall that can be converted into a cinema screen (of course!) Who wouldn’t want to watch some classic movies helmed by Spielberg on a private yacht?
Roman Abramovich, Eclipse
Roman Arkadyevich Abramovich (try saying that name!) is a Russian billionaire businessman, investor, and politician who definitely knows what he was doing with his money. He is a wildly successful businessman and has extensive experience in politics. Abramovich owns the majority of shares in the private investment company Millhouse LLC and is the owner of Chelsea Football Club. As of 2015, he is the 12th richest person in Russia, not to mention the 137th richest person in the world. Safe to say he’s not doing so bad.
So it should be no surprise that this Russian multi-billionaire has an extravagant yacht. It is an incredible 163.5 meters in length, making it the second largest privately owned yachts in the world. His yacht, the Eclipse, was designed by Terence Disdale, who is the same person who designed Mansour Bin Sultan Zayed Al Nahyan’s yacht, “Topaz.” This yacht was built by Blohm + Voss from Germany and is worth about $380 million. But that includes depreciation because in brand new condition, it cost $500 million. This gorgeous yacht is made up of 24 guest cabins, two swimming pools, a mini submarine, and 70 crew members; and among all of that, there is even a missile defense system and two helicopter pads.
Andrey Melnichenko, A
Andrey Melnichenko is another Russian billionaire who enjoys sailing the sea. And by now, you probably see the theme that the more money you have – the bigger your boat and that is definitely the case with Melnichenko. Possessing a net worth of $8 billion, it’s no wonder his yacht is massive!
Melnichenko is the founder of MDM Bank, and co-founder of Eurochem and Suek.His luxury yacht, named “A,” was designed by Philippe Starck. No expense was spared when the yacht was built. Security is a high priority—It takes fingerprint security access to enter, with 44 security cameras and bomb-proof windows—Not sure what kind of enemies Melnichenko has made over the years, but this yacht makes it seem like he is afraid of something.
Calvin Klein, Vantage
Calvin Klein, from the Bronx, New York, is one of the greatest American fashion designers of all time. His fashion line has some very iconic advertising campaigns including, “I ____ in my Calvins.” Earlier on, his lines became famous by the likes of Marky Mark and Kate Moss. Klein is worth $700 million so he needs to have a yacht that accurately showcases his wealth!
Klein’s super-yacht was built by Palmer Johnson, but designed by Nuvolari & Lenard. It is 4.57 meters long so he can have plenty of celebrity parties. Some of his most infamous parties were held during the Cannes Film Festival. Klein had the decks designed specifically to host parties and offers an enhanced exterior space—features include an onboard barbecue, bar, Jacuzzi, six cabins, and relaxation pads.
Mansour bin Sultan Zayed Al Nahyan, Topaz
Mansour bin Zayed bin Sultan bin Zayed bin Khalifa Al Nahyan, which is quite a mouthful, is more commonly known as Sheikh Mansour. If you are up-to-date on your United Arab Emirates news, you will know he is the deputy prime minister of the United Arab Emirates, minister of presidential affairs and a member of the ruling family of Abu Dhabi.
So it is safe to say he has some money to burn on a fun toy, like a yacht, and he paid $527 million for this beautiful boat. This very successful businessman has stakes in Sky News Arabia, Abu Dhabi United Group, and Virgin Galactic. Topaz is 482 feet long, which is longer than some of the cruise ships that sail the waters; once you are onboard the ship, you have access to the vessel’s gym, swimming pool, two hot tubs, movie theater and two helicopter ports. No biggie, right?
Diane von Furstenburg, Eos
Eos is a three-masted Bermuda rigged schooner, which is also one of the largest private sailing yachts in the world. It really just depends on how you measure it. It makes sense that Fashion designer Diane von Furstenburg would own it, with her billionaire husband, Barry Diller.
First launched in Bremen, German in 2006, the yacht was designed by Bill Langen and Francois Catroux, and is valued at more than $150 million. With the owner’s star-studded parties, it’s a good thing there’s enough room for 16 guests, with 21 crew members. Pop icon Madonna has even been known to step aboard the Eos, when she was screening her documentary at the Cannes Film Festival in 2008.
You probably already noticed that Italian Fashion Designer Giorgio Armani was previously featured for his ownership of the Main, but he also owned the Mariu, which was named after his mother, Maria. Measuring 163 feet, the yacht accommodates 12 guests, with six cabins. The interior was famously designed by Armani as well, including the very latest technology. It’s got Quantum zero speed stabilizers, a Kaliedescape AMX audio-visual system, and (of course) wireless VSAT broadband. Represented by Robert Dubsky at Masters, Armani sold the Mariu to Greek shipping tycoon Andreas Hadjiyiannis in 2011.
David Geffen, Rising Sun
Billionaire David Geffen is an American business magnate, producer, film studio executive, and philanthropist. He’s also the famous co-founder of DreamWorks. He famously started out in the mailroom, and has risen to such heights that he owns the Rising Sun, worth a reported $300 million, and purchased form Geffen and Ellison in 2010. Measurements are always important, so at one point his yacht was listed as the world’s 10th largest yacht, with accommodations for 12 guests and 30 crew members.
More than the size, though, you’ll be more fascinated by the gym, private cinema, spa, sauna, wine cellar, and even basketball court/helipad. What more could a billionaire want in a home-away-from-home.
Hamad Bin Jassim Bin Jaber Al Thani, Al Mirqb
Build for royalty and worth $250 million, the Al Mirqab is currently owned by the Prime Minister of Qatar, Hamad Bin Jassim Bin Jaber Al Thani. The yacht was also the winner of the Super Yacht Award in 2008. It is 436-feet-long, which is longer than a football field, though not one of the largest yachts. With room for 24 guests, the yacht also features a movie theater, Jacuzzi, bars, a swimming pool, and a helipad. You can usually find it at the Faliro coastal area of Athens, Greece for most of the year.
Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Dubai
Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum (also known as “Fazza”) is the ruler of the Emirate of Dubai, so it’s not surprising that he is also the owner of the Dubai, completed in 2006. At 513-feet, it is one of the largest privately owned yachts in the world, including three elevators, a glass staircase, as well as hot tubs, pools, sunbathing areas, and even a small submarine. The yacht comes in handy since he loves to travel around the world, but it also accommodates some 72 guests and 88 crew members. He also reportedly keeps a record of his adventures and exploits via Instagram.
Alisher Usmanov, Dilbar
Russian Billionaire Alisher Usmanov bought the 41,000 square-foot yacht, Dilbar, in 2016; and it comes complete with its own diesel-electric power plant. He founded Metalloinvest, but also made his billions in media, telecom, sports and metals. At 15,917 tons, the Dilbar was reported to be one of the biggest superyacht yet — it ranks as the largest in terms of tonnage, but fourth in overall size. The yacht’s super-secret interior was designed by Winch Design, and the whole extravaganza was built in 52 months by Lurssen Yachts. The Dilbar replaces his previously so-named yacht, which is now renamed the Ona.
David Gilmour, Astoria
It may not be quite a yacht, but it might as well be — for what it’s worth, but also for its importance to David Gilmour, as a recording space. It was originally built for Fred Karno in 1911, but it was bought by the infamous Gilmour, Pink Floyd guitarist, in 1986. Familiar with all the “standard” recording spaces, this boat must have seemed like heaven.
As Gilmour later said: “I just happened to find this beautiful boat that was built as a houseboat and was very cheap, so I bought it. And then only afterward did I think I could maybe use it to record. The control room is a 30-foot by 20-foot room. It’s a very comfortable working environment— three bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom, a big lounge. It’s 90 feet long.” It’s permanently moored by his hotel, the Karsino, at Tagg’s Island.
Tom Hanks Rents World’s Largest Sailing Yacht
A-list couple Tom Hanks and wife Rita Wilson know how to vacation. When they wanted to get away they rented the world’s largest sailing yacht to cruise the coast of Turkey. Built in 1976, the majestic yacht received a $17 million facelift and rivals the comfort of a five-star resort. The cost of renting the yacht for one week alone is $200,000, but if you’re Hanks and Wilson, not only can you afford it, but the privacy is priceless! We gotta give it up to them, they know how to relax in style, as they’re seen stopping off at islands and enjoying their luxurious accommodations, including a full gym on board.
Billy Joel, Vendetta
The Vendetta is just one of the yachts that Billy Joel has famously owned, since he’s something of a yacht aficionado. Doug Zurn designed the yacht, as a replica for a “gentleman’s commuter launch” so popular in the 1920s. It’s built for speed, and he uses the yacht to run back and forth from his home in Long Island, down the Sound into New York City for concert performances. All-in-all, he’s owned as many as five yachts, one of which famously was used to house his motorcycles. He loves his yachts.
Paul Allen, Tatoosh
Lest you should think that multi-millionaires should be restrained to owning only one yacht, the Tatoosh was delivered by Nobiskrug to Paul Allen in 2000. The superyacht has also reportedly caused no end of headache for Paul Allen. It reportedly caused significant damage to the coral reef in the Cayman Islands. Who knew yachts could end up costing even more? (Paul Allen reached a settlement to compensate the Cayman Islands Government for the damage.)
Still, Tatoosh has been spotted in ports around the world, including the Bahamas, Capri, Florida, and the Caribbean islands. It’s quite the luxury yacht.
Saddam Hussein, Al Mansur
Saddam Hussein’s claims to fame are mostly of the villainous sort, which led to a death sentence by hanging in 2006. But he was also a very wealthy world leader, while he was in power, and amidst his possessions, he also managed to accumulate a world-class yacht, the Al Mansur. It was a gift from a royal family in the Middle East, and it was 85-meters long, designed for speed. The overall escape functionality of the yacht also featured a secret escape pod, which was designed to give him access to a mini-sub, if needed. He was never able to test out its most pronounced features though. It was quickly sunk, after being hit by a series of US air strikes. There’s no word on the value of that sunken treasure.
Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt,
Their desire for privacy reportedly caused something of an uproar, while Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt were shooting on location, so they did what every multimillionaire-couple would do. They purchased a yacht for $323 million, and then spent hundreds of thousands more to decorate it with Italian marble and woodwork by Italian boat-makers Rizzardi. Before jumping into ownership, they’d also chartered yachts (the Warren 87 Ghost, for example), like so many of their fellow celebs. Yes, their yacht was top-of-the-line, and also reportedly featured technology that interferes with digital cameras. You could call it an anti-paparazzi device, designed to ensure the privacy and seclusion of their family. It sounds like they got exactly what they wanted for all those millions.
Robert Murdoch, Vertigo
Designer Philippe Briand created the initial concept drawings for Vertigo in 2004, with the build completed by Alloy Yachts, the interior designed by Christian Liaigre, and the yacht launched in 2011. Vertigo won the award for “Sailing Yacht of the Year” in 2012, as well s the ISS and “Best in Show” at the Monaco Yacht Show. The lavish interior of the Vertigo includes a gym and a beach club, as well as a TV room.
For all its frill and fancy, it’s been compared with Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s Kubla Khan “pleasure dome,” which may be why it was so attractive to Robert Murdoch, one of the richest men in the world (according to Forbes), worth some $11 billion.
Steve Wynn, Aquarius
Developer-Billionaire Steve Wynn first launched his new Aquarius yacht (originally called Project Touchdown) from Feadship’s De Vries shipyard just last year. Worth an estimated $215 million, the 302-ft yacht accommodates 14 guests in 7 cabins (including 6 VIP suites), with room for 30 crew members. Designed by Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design, the interior features a glass-bottom pool, a bar, beauty salon/therapy room, lounge area, jacuzzi, a gym, and a helipad.
Bill Joy, Ethereal
Sun Microsystems co-founder Bill Joy is the famous owner of Ethereal, a spectacular yacht worth $50 million. The 190-ft hybrid yacht was designed by Ron Holland, with the interior by Pieter Beeldsnijder, to be super Eco-friendly as well as energy efficient, with rechargeable lithium polymer batteries. The superyacht includes accommodations for eight guest in four cabins, with other features including a sauna, Jacuzzi and even an office. After all, every mega wealthy venture capitalist needs a space to continue making more millions, right?
Dennis Washington, Attessa IV
Originally built by Evergreen for Chang Yu-fa, Billionaire Dennis Washington now owns the Attessa IV, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t get his hands dirty. As every true yacht aficionado is famous for, he likes to work on his yacht whenever possible. At 332-feet, there’s plenty of room to do pretty much anything, including his own maintenance. The yacht also features the standard helipad, along with a spa and gym. There’s even space left over for his speed boat.
Mariah Carey, Capri
Mariah Carey may not actually own a yacht, but it doesn’t stop her from spending all her time on the Capri, named after one of her favorite Italian getaways. In fact, for all the time she spends on the Capri (with a price tag of $340,000/week plus expenses), she might as well own it. But, just look at what it includes: two bars, a Jacuzzi, a gym, full bath, a library and numerous seating areas, including a deck, a dining room and a living room. The yacht also accommodates the 16 crew members and her personal on-board chef. You’d think that with all that space, she’d have had plenty of room for her fiance to join her, but you’ll see that it just wasn’t to be…
James Packer, Mangusta
Mariah Carey once said that the secret of a healthy relationship was for each person in the couple to have his and her of everything… That includes his and her yacht. Makes sense right? And, her super billionaire boyfriend/fiance could certainly afford to support that lifestyle. Of course, now that they’ve called it quits, and she’s danced around her burning wedding dress, you might want to reconsider the whole separate yachts idea.
Whatever the reason for the split, James Packer is still left with this three yachts, and he spends a lot of time on them. The Mangusta is the world’s largest model of open “sports” yacht, which accommodates nine guests. It ‘s designed for play, with a seabob sea scooter, a 6m Nautica jet tender, a 3-person sit-down jet ski, a stand-up Jet Ski, water toys, two Jacuzzi’s, and an extendable diving board. That’s not to mention all the entertainment features.
James Packer, Arctic P
The Arctic P is Billionaire James Packer’s second yacht. This is the one where Mariah Carey and her kids were captured via photos just after she’d announced her relationship with James Packer, a casino mogul and son of the late media tsar. On the same trip, they were also seen taking a romantic stroll on the Italian island of Capri. Back then, TMZ reported that Packer had been “aggressively pursuing Mariah for months.” His yachts have regularly been the backdrop of many of their photo ops during the two years they were together.
James Packer, Z Ellerston
While some sources claim that Mariah Carey and James Packer might get back together, particularly since they were friends before they got together, the drama and the $50-million lawsuit seem to suggest that kissing and making up may be out of the question.
Packer still as the motor yacht, Z Ellerston, built to accommodate a speedy getaway — with speeds of up-to 40 knots. Overmarine designed the yacht with three engines, at 13668 HP. You could just say that he won’t be frustrated further by Carey’s spendthrift habits. Whatever his plans are for the future, he’s got every opportunity to enjoy the privacy, seclusion and comfort of his super-lux yachts.
Which of these yachts would you want to set foot on?