Inside the luxurious Middle Eastern superyacht of the Emir of Dubai
Superyacht Dubai belongs to the King of Dubai Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, is one of the largest and most expensive ships in the world. Dubai is likened to the famous Burj Al-Arab hotel with all the luxury of the Middle East and is valued at 400 million USD.
Launched in 2006 by Platinum Yachts, Dubai is one of the largest superyachts in the world, measuring 162 meters in length. The hull is made of steel with an aluminum superstructure – the work of renowned designer Andrew Winch. Photo: Superyacht Times
The yacht is owned by the Emir of Dubai Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. Photo: Reuters
A bare steel ship has been abandoned for several years. It was later acquired by the Dubai government and delivered to Karam Sadikoglu in Turkey. Before being named Dubai, the ship was known as Platinum, Panhandle and Golden Star. Photo: Superyacht Times
Before it became a splendid Dubai yacht, the ship was built for the Sultan of Brunei with a joint production of Blohm & Voss, Germany and Lurssen Yachts. However, the project was halted for several reasons.
Kostis Antonopoulos, former CEO of Platinum Yachts said the yacht is longer than a football field. From the side door to the side door, the superyacht has many entrances, in addition, there are stairs and 3 elevators to ensure that it is possible to reach the floors and compartments without disturbing passengers. Photo: Superyacht Times
Behind the main deck, the superyacht has a 10-meter-long swimming pool with two hot tubs. There are also eye-catching handcrafted mosaics depicting the scenic beauty of the Persian Gulf where the ship sailed. Photo: Superyacht Times
The $400 million luxury boat also has a helipad for VIP guests. From this apron, the owner can go directly to the rest area located on the second floor. Photo: Superyacht Times
The luxurious interior design of Dubai, created by the shipbuilder Platinum Yachts itself, is a mixture of colors of fabrics and intricate hand-crafted inlays. There are also gold leaf, marble, onyx… Photo: Superyachts.com
The guest area has up to 50 lavish rooms, while the VIP lounge on the 5th floor also has 3 suites. The main highlight of the ship is the owner’s area, which is accessed by a private elevator and occupies the top two floors entirely. Photo: Superyachts.com
Dubai has a total of 7 decks. The ship has a main lounge equipped with a red sofa in the center and a crew area that can accommodate 115 people. Photo: Superyachts.com
Dubai can reach a maximum speed of 48 km / h thanks to 4 MTU diesel engines. The train is capable of operating over a distance of 13,679 km. On the ranking of the largest yachts in the world, superyacht Dubai is in fourth place. Photo: Superyacht Times
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