Superyachts. They are the ultimate expression of wealth for the top one per cent of the population with some private vessels valued at around $700 million. For those sitting at about $60,000 per year, that’s about 11 thousand years’ worth of working full time. Of course, superyachts like these are very rare but ships valued well into the eight figure range are quite commonplace. The following superyacht, dubbed the 2014 CRN Saramour is an excellent example.
Measuring 61 metres in length, the hull and superstructure are made from steel and aluminium. It is powered by 2 Caterpillar 3512C-C engines delivering about 1600 combined hp at a low 1800 rpm with the top speed being 15 knots. The Saramour also features large helipad which can support a 1500 kg helicopter.
Inside the Saramour can sleep 12 people and when looking inside the cabin, it is easy to see why the yacht can support so many people; it’s absolutely huge! As the gallery above shows, it is fully equipped with multiple living areas as well as luxurious bedrooms and bathrooms.