Billionaire Luxury

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The Most Expensive Yacht in the World Costs WHAT?














Billionaire Luxury does not begin to describe this water vessel. The History Supreme yacht is too expensive for a majority of billionaires! It’s whopping $4.5 billion price tag blows all previously “most expensive” yachts out of the water (no pun intended) by billions of dollars.

You may be wondering what makes this boat so darn special. Well, we have the scoop.

A designer named Stuart Hughes in the United Kingdom is responsible for creating the yacht. At a glance, it looks like any other 30-meter long yacht. But if you look closely, you’ll notice the color of the History Supreme—gold. This isn’t superficial. The world’s most expensive yacht is made with 100,000 kilograms of gold and platinum! It covers more than half of the surface.

As if that isn’t luxurious enough, it also comes with a statue made of T-Rex dinosaur bone. (Just in case you have a super rich Jurassic Park fan on board.) The deck and base of the yacht is also covered in solid gold while the bedrooms are covered in platinum.

Not to sound like an infomercial, but wait, there’s more! The master bedroom stands out from the pack of with a very special wall aquarium. This isn’t your ordinary aquarium either. It’s made from 68 kilograms of 24 carat gold and meteoric stone.

When you’re relaxing on your multi-billion dollar yacht, don’t forget to reach for your incredibly rare luxury liquor bottle for the world’s finest cocktail. This bottle features an 18.5 carat diamond, which is one of the world’s rarest.

The History Supreme is far too fancy to be reproduced. After all, not many people can afford it. Still, the most luxurious form of sea travel in the world was allegedly commissioned by an anonymous businessman in Malaysia.


Did You Know?

The History Supreme has become a sort of luxury myth. Many claim the yacht doesn’t exist, that the photos are photoshopped as a part of a well-crafted hoax. They say it is physically impossible to have a boat with so much gold on it—even though Stuart Hughes has said the yacht is displayed in dry conditions and has never been in the ocean. What do you think?