Where To: Current Location of the World Top 10 Biggest Yachts
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Where To: Current Location of the World Top 10 Biggest Yachts

Where To: Current Location of the World Top 10 Biggest Yachts

Current Location of the World Top 10 Biggest Yachts

The winter season is still in full-swing for most of the largest yachts around the world, and as the current pandemic has enticed some the worlds yachting enthusiast to keep cruising the seven seas is style, in the Where To series we take a look at the world’s top 10 biggest yachts current locations.

Let’s dive in!

1: 180m ‘Azzam’ (592 feet, 6 inches), Lürssen

  • Area: AG – Persian Gulf
  • Current Port: KHALIFA
  • Latitude / Longitude: 24.79745° / 54.65152°
  • Status: Moored

As usual with yachts owned by influential owners in the middle-east, Azzam boasts tight privacy measures and its last updated location was the port of Khalifa. Azzam was delivered in 2013 by Lürssen and built for the Sheikh of the United Arab Emirates. Few details about the interior are known for sure other than it was the creation of French designer Christophe Leoni.

2. 164m ‘Fulk Al Salamah’ (538 feet, 1 inch), Mariotti Yachts

Fulk Al Salamah yacht
  • Area: AG – Oman Gulf
  • Current Port: MUSCAT
  • Latitude / Longitude: 23.62295° / 58.56488°
  • Status: Moored

The same story goes for the second largest yacht in the world which has had little information released, custom-built Fulk Al Salamah, and it has been shrouded in mystery since first announced in 2014. Even the overall length had to be estimated from AIS data. However, built and delivered by Italian builder Mariotti Yachts in their Genoa shipyard in 2016, the imposing vessel is believed to be owned by the Omani royal family and is currently moored of the Oman Gulf in Muscat.

3. 163m ‘Eclipse’ (533 feet, 1 inch), Blohm+Voss

  • Area: CARIBS – Caribbean Sea
  • Current Port: –
  • Latitude / Longitude: 18.02666° / -63.11569°
  • Status: At Anchor

Built in Hamburg, Germany by Blohm & Voss shipyard, Eclipse was firs hit the water in 2010 after five years in the making and delivered to Russian billionaire and Chelsea FC owner Roman Abramovich. Eclipse is currently at anchor in the deep turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea.

4. 162m ‘Dubai’ (531 feet, 5 inches), Platinum Yachts

dubai yacht location
  • Area: AG – Dubai Area
  • Current Port: DUBAI
  • Latitude / Longitude: 25.26499° / 55.2846°
  • Status: Moored

There’s not much surprise regarding the location of 162-metre Dubai, as it’s currently moored in the port of Dubai. However, did you know she started off as a joint project between the two leading boatyards in the giga yacht game; namely Blohm + Voss and Lürssen? When the project was eventually abandoned in 1998 there was little but a bare hull and the bones of the structure in place. The unfinished hull was bought by the government of Dubai and relocated, and several years later it was finally launched by Platinum Yachts.

5. 156m ‘Dilbar’ (511 feet, 8 inches), Lürssen

  • Area: BALTIC – Elbe River
  • Current Port: HAMBURG
  • Latitude / Longitude: 53.5426° / 9.964017°
  • Status: Stopped

One of the most bespoken superyachts in the game, Lürssen’s 156-metre Dilbar, is currently at the port of Hamburg, most likely undergoing technical work. The 2016 launch of Dilbar gave Lürssen the distinction of not only having built the longest yacht ever (Azzam), but also the largest in terms of volume. And it surely comes as no surprise that legendary Espen Øino designed the exterior, creating a full-bodied superstructure of long, flowing decks, with two helicopter pads.

6. 155m ‘Al Saïd’ (508 feet, 5 inches), Lürssen

dubai yacht location
  • Area: AG – Persian Gulf
  • Current Port: –
  • Latitude / Longitude: 24.46841° / 54.30627°
  • Status: Stopped

Even though the location of 155-metre superyacht Al Saïd being unknow to public, she is currently in the Persian Gulf area. Originally commissioned under the moniker “Sunflower”, this vessel is also an Espen Øino design but with more classic lines than the similarly sized Dilbar. Owned by one of the richest men in the world, stately Sultan Qaboos bin Said al Said of Oman, this boat is just one his dazzling collection.

7. 147m ‘Prince Abdulaziz’ (482 feet, 3 inches), Helsingør Værft

  • Area: WMED – Gibraltar
  • Current Port: GIBRALTAR
  • Latitude / Longitude: 36.12833° / -5.358567°
  • Status: Moored

This custom yacht, launched by Helsingør Værft in Denmark in 1984, is currently moored of the coast of Gibraltar. The 5,200-tonne Prince Abdulaziz is one of the Saudi Royal family’s yachts, with its first owner being King Fahd.

8. 143m S/Y ‘A’ (468 feet, 5 inches), Nobiskrug

  • Current Port: TRIESTE
  • Status: Moored

S/Y “A” is another of the most popular yachts on social media, with it’s unique design making her an easy target even for the most unexperienced yacht-spotters. However, her last known location was Trieste, Italy, where she arrived about a little less than a month ago. The Philippe Starck-design is considered a wild fantasy yacht of the future. She is a technical victory for German yard Nobiskrug, which developed composite fashion plates in order to create her unusual shapes without compromising any strength or fluidity.

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9. 142m ‘Nord’ (466 feet), Lürssen

nord yacht lurssen
  • Area: WCI – West Coast India
  • Current Port: MALE ANCH
  • Latitude / Longitude: 4.261725° / 73.49295°
  • Status: Underway

The 142-metre Nord, also known as Project Opus, is another superyacht currently soaking the sunny rays and splashing through shimmering turquoise waters. However, unlike Eclipse, she’s currently underway in the West Indian Sea of the coast of western India. Boasting many top-shelf amenities, the yacht boasts a sports and diving centre on the lower deck, as well as multiple tenders ranging in size and a large swimming pool.

10. 141m ‘Yas’ (462 feet, 6 inches), Abu Dhabi Mar

yas yacht location
  • Area: UKC – Gibraltar
  • Current Port: CADIZ
  • Latitude / Longitude: 36.53253° / -6.287103°
  • Status: Moored

The dolphin-like 141-metre Yas, which many recognise from her massive glass surfaces, is currently moored in Cadiz off the coast of Gibraltar. Mated to a steel hull, her superstructure is the largest composite edifice ever built. The superyacht is capable of a 26-knot top speed and was last refitted in 2019.

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