Sunny days won’t last long, soak up as much sun as you can, and the most adventurous way to do so is to board a ship and set sail. So start saving your money to make the voyage, so what they are a bit expensive, they are totally worth it.
1) Meteor ($46 Million)
Built by Royal Huisman, the Meteor first set its sail in 2007. This splendid boat comes with a custom made library, made up of mahogany, and a fireplace. It can speed up to 14.6 knots, which is incredible for a ship this big.
2) Mirabella V ($50 Million)
Mirabella can easily fit a double-decker bus below its deck, so you can imagine just how big it is. It can accommodate 12 guests in its spacious rooms, and can also fit in their cars into its garage. It also has several amazing features such as kayaks, jet skis, and three miniature remote control editions of the Mirabella herself.
3) Athena ($95 Million)
Athena was also created by Royal Huisman, but this time it was for James H. Clark. It boasts of spacious rooms, a movie theatre, a locker, an on-board Jacuzzi, and a very elegant library.
4) Maltese Falcon ($150 Million)
This 289-foot long luxury sailboat is filled with all the ultra-modern amenities such as a gym, a submarine for underwater outings, six cabins, and much more. This mysterious boat was built by Italian Perini Navi Yachts.
5) Eos ($150 Million)
This has to be the most expensive sailboats in the world, launched in 2006 in Germany and holds the top spot for anything that sails on the sea. Just grab a large hat and a martini and you will never want to step on the land ever again.