What is Roman Abramovich’s fleet of luxury yachts like – International Soccer – Sports

Solaris is the name of the famous yacht owned by the Russian Roman AbramovichChelsea duel so far which is estimated to be worth more than 513 million euros. And he’s not the only one who owns it.

Solaris is one of the two yachts owned by Russian billionaires. It is 460 feet long, has eight decks, including a helicopter deck, 48 cabins and the latest generation of electric motors, making it the most powerful yacht in the world.

It also accommodates 36 passengers and 60 crew members and was completed at the Lloyd Werft shipyard in Bremerhaven (Germany).

Its state-of-the-art engines are said to make it the most powerful yacht in the world.

Abramovich’s other yacht is called the Eclipse, with a length of 533 feet. The cost of this boat is about $700 million, according to SuperYacht Fan. This brings the value of both yachts to 1.3 billion US dollars.

The Eclipse, built in 2010, has two helipads, two swimming pools, several jacuzzis, a sauna, and even a nightclub. It can accommodate about 24 passengers, as well as 70 crew members. In addition, it has three boats, a small submarine, and an anti-missile defense system.

They are fleeing from Europe

Among the sanctions imposed, the British government stated that Abramovich’s assets had been frozen, meaning his yachts and private aircraft were at risk of being seized.

For this reason, in the last few hours it has been known that yachts are fleeing to the East after the United Kingdom imposed sanctions on the billionaire due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

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Solaris was located Friday off the east coast of Italy, according to ship-tracking website Marine Traffic.

According to Reuters, the yacht left the shipyard in Barcelona, ​​Spain, on Tuesday, where it has been moored since the end of 2021, for repairs.


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