These are the biggest yachts in the world with a combined length of 20,343 feet.
The largest yacht in the world measures an incredible 590 feet!
Built by world-renowned shipyards Lürssen, Blohm+Voss, Oceanco and Lloyd Werft, to name just a few – new yachts are built every year with increasing magnitude.
With the likes of Lady Moura coming in at #49 and working down to Azzam at #1, these yachts are a sight to behold.
49. Lady Moura
Length: 104.85 m (344 ft) | Year: 1990
Coming in first on the list of the world’s biggest yachts is Lady Moura.
With a length of 344 ft and a volume of 6,539 tons, she is a little older in comparison to other yachts on this list as she was constructed in 1990.
It was constructed in Germany by Blohm and Voss and has a solid steel superstructure.
She is powered by Deutz engines allowing her to reach a maximum speed of 22 knots.
Length: 106.10 m (348.1 ft) | Year: 2017
Measuring in at a length of 348.1 ft Amadea was built by Lurssen Shipyard and launched in 2016.
Her modern exterior was by Espen Oeinio while Zuretti Interior was responsible for her gorgeous interior.
Amenities that are of note include a double-height atrium, a 10-metre infinite pool, a 12-metre D-value helipad, a cinema and a spa area.
She also has a winter garden, coupled with the owner’s deck.
Length: 106.50 m (349.41 ft) | Year: 2017
As the name suggests, this magnificent superyacht truly is a Dream.
Launched in 1997 this rare gem belongs to Greek billionaire, George Prokopiou.
Some of her most noteworthy features include a sundeck, a swimming pool, a spa and a comprehensive gym.
Her exterior was designed in a way to accommodate large groups of guests and to equally provide spacious outdoor lounges on the main deck aft.
46. Black Pearl
Length: 106.7 m (350 ft) | Year: 2017
Black Pearl is one of two ‘sailing’ yachts on the world’s biggest yachts list.
She measures a length of 350 ft and was built in 2017 by well-known Oceanco.
She features a 3-mast Dynarig system (masts free stand with the yards rigidly attached to the masts).
When the sails are adjusted the whole mast rotates in place and there aren’t any gaps between the sail resulting in twice the efficiency of a square rig.
Length: 107 m (351 ft) | Year: 2020
Lana is without a doubt one of the most luxurious yachts in the world.
Built by Benetti Shipyard and delivered in 2020 this 107-metre-long beauty was also designed by the Benetti Design Team.
Some of her most notable features include a cinema room, a large pool, impressive outdoor salons, a plethora of water toys and tenders, a beach club with folding terraces and a massage room.
She also boasts a centralized audio-video system catering to all areas onboard.
Length: 107.40 m (351 ft) | Year: 2016
Andromeda is a stunning yacht that was launched in 2016 and measures a length of 107.4 metres making her 43rd on this list.
The exterior of this vessel was designed by Oscar Mike, with her interior designed by well-known H2 Yacht Design.
Andromeda includes a swimming pool, a helicopter deck with a garage, a spa and a large selection of tenders.
Andromeda has an amazing sea-keeping ability and her combination of ultimate luxury and expedition-style cruising makes her a sight to behold.
Length: 107.60 m (353 ft ) | Year: 2020
Luminosity was built by Benetti Shipyard in 2020 and measures a length of 108 metres.
Her stunning exterior was designed by Reymond Langton Design Ltd, whereas her interior was the responsibility of Zaniz Interiors.
Luminosity boasts many luxurious facilities.
Those worthy of note are: a beach club with a counter-flowing swimming pool, a gym, a plunge pool, a massage room, a bar, as well as several lounging and dining areas.
She was designed to allow unmatched natural lights through her windows and in addition to this she has a glass elevator that offers access to all her decks.
Length: 108 m (354 ft) | Year: 2019
Belonging to James Packer, Ije is a 108-meter yacht that was built by Benetti Shipyard and delivered in 2019.
She is a rare beauty when it comes to yachts of this size with her exterior designed by RWD.
Ije has many wonderful features including a main desk aft swimming pool, an indoor cinema, an observation deck, several dining and sunbathing spots as well as an extensive collection of water toys.
41. Bravo Eugenia
Length: 109 m (358 ft) | Year: 2018
Coming in at 40th on this list is Bravo Eugenia. The sleek exterior of this 109-meter vessel was beautifully designed by the well-known Nuvolari Lenard.
Bravo Eugenia is able to comfortably accommodate up to 44 passengers, 14 of which are guests and the other 30 crew.
She has many great guest facilities such as a beach club, a spa massage room with a sauna, a steam room, a plunge pool and a rain shower.
Length: 110 m (361 ft) | Year: 2009
Launched in 2009 by German shipyard Lurssen, Radiant is a 110-meter-long superyacht.
Radiant is owned by Emirati billionaire, Abdulla al Futtaim.
Radiant was designed by Tim Heywood and her slender interior was designed by well renowned Terence Disdale.
She comes equipped with a helipad, a gymnasium, a cinema and a spa.
The security specifications of Radiant are known to be the highest ever conceived for a superyacht.
39. Al Raya
Length: 110 m (361 ft) | Year: 2008
Launched in 2008 in Germany, Al Raya was carefully built by Lurssen Shipyard.
Her exterior design was the work of Tim Heywood and the interior was designed by Alberto Pinto.
Al Raya was built with steel and aluminium and its major features include a large pool, a cinema, a sauna/steam room, a massage room and even a hospital.
Length: 110 m (361 ft) | Year: 2018
Anna is a 110-meter long superyacht with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure that was designed by Michael Leach Design.
She was launched in 2018 and she is the largest yacht ever built by Feadship.
This magnificent vessel belongs to Dmitry Rybolovlev, a Russian businessman who is renowned for becoming the president of Monaco’s football club AS Monaco.
Length: 110 m (361 ft) | Year: 2017
Kaos is a 110-meter yacht that has the capacity to accommodate up to 31 guests and a crew of 45.
She is powered by MTU engines which gives her the power needed to reach speeds up to 18.5 knots.
She comes equipped with a large swimming pool, a helicopter deck and fuel facilities, a large elevator, a steam room, a gym and a large beach club.
Length: 111.50 m (366 ft) | Year: 2019
Formerly known as Lady Gulya, Alaiya is a stunning yacht that was launched in 2019.
She measures a length of 111.5 meters and was specially built by Lurssen Shipyard.
Lady Gulya has 29 cabins which give her the capacity to comfortably accommodate 18 guests and 38 crew members.
The interior and exterior of this massive yacht were designed by the reputable Winch Design.
Some of the most notable features include Two helicopter pads, a resort-inspired spa, a massive swimming pool as well as palatial staircases that are only seen in palaces.
35. Le Grand Bleu
Length: 113 m (371 ft) | Year: 2000
Le Grand Bleu was built by Bremer Bulkan Shipyard in 2000 and she measures a length of 112 metres.
It is estimated that she has a worth of approximately US $150,000,000.
Built with a steel hull and an aluminium superstructure she can reach speeds up to 17 knots.
Le Grand Bleu has the space to comfortably accommodate up to 55 people at a time (35 of which are crew, 20 of which are guests).
Length: 115 m (377 ft) | Year: 2003
Pelorus measures a length of 114.5 metres and was launched in 2003 by well known Lurssen shipyard.
Her unique design was the work of Tim Heywood and the interior was the work of Terence Disdale.
This gorgeous vessel has the space to accommodate 18 people and a crew of 41 spread across 20 cabins.
Pelorus can reach speeds up to 20 knots.
Length: 115 m (377 ft) | Year: 2010
Built in 2010 by Lloyd Werft, Luna is well known as the world’s biggest expedition yacht.
With a length of 115 metres and a top speed of 22.5 knots, Luna can comfortably accommodate 18 guests spread across 9 rooms.
Previously owned by Russian billionaire Abramovich, she was sold for approximately $300,000,000 in 2014 to Akhmedov (an Azerbaijani born billionaire).
Length: 115.1 m (377 ft) | Year: 2021
The AHPO yacht is a spectacular new superyacht built by Lurssen and delivered in 2021.
The popular Italian designer Nuvolari Lenard styles the exterior and interior of this beauty.
Accommodating up to 16 guests in 8 cabins the superyacht includes a variety of facilities including a dancefloor, movie theatre, beach club, gym and spa.
Owned by the Jamaican billionaire Michael Lee-Chin, the yacht can be chartered for approximately $2,720,000 per week, when available.
Length: 115.76 m (380 ft) | Year: 1973 | ShipSpotting.com © Nektarios Papadakis
Navtilvs is a motor yacht measuring a length of 115.7 metres.
She was built by Hellenic Shipyards in Greece back in 1973 making her one of the oldest yachts on this list.
She has a beam of 14.4 metres, a draft of 4.29 metres and a whopping volume of 3,156 GT.
30. Atlantis II
Length: 115.82 m (381 ft) | Year: 1980
Atlantis II is a 116-meter-long yacht launched in 1981 by the Hellenic shipyard.
It is estimated that she is worth approximately US $100,000,000.
Designed by Caeser Pinnau she has the space to accommodate 26 guests across 13 cabins as well as a crew of 17 in 8 cabins.
Atlantis II is powered by Pielstick engines, resulting in the power to reach speeds up to 14 knots.
Length: 116 m (381 ft) | Year: 2008
Ulysses is a 116.1-meter long yacht that was built in Norway in 2018 and is the flagship of Kleven.
She is powered by Caterpillar engines which gives her the ability to reach speeds of 12 knots.
She has a total of 39 cabins which can accommodate 30 guests and 48 crew members.
Her gross tonnage is a whopping 6862 GT and she has a beam length of 18 metres.
Length: 116.41 m (382 ft) | Year: 2008
Turama is a powerful welded steel vessel with a length of just under 117 metres.
She was built by Finnish shipyard Rauma and features an extensive teak decking which offers ample space to accommodate her guests.
Originally built as a cruise ship she was converted into the luxury megayacht she is today.
27. Motor Yacht A
Length: 119 m (390 ft) | Year: 2008
Coming in this list in 27th position, Motor Yacht A is a glamorous yacht designed by Philippe Starck and launched in 2008.
Built by the world-renowned Blohm + Voss shipyard, she measures a length of 119 metres.
Russian entrepreneur Andrey Melnichenko is the owner of this vessel and it is believed the name “A” was used in order to make the vessel appear first on shipping registers.
Length: 122 m (400 ft) | Year:1966| ShipSpotting.com © fabianv
Alexander is a luxury yacht with an elegant design that was built back in 1966 by Lubecker Flender Werke in Germany.
She features a steel hull and measures just under 122 metres with the ability to accommodate 80 guests.
She was previously known as Regina Maris – a passenger vessel that was then converted into a megayacht between the years 1985 and 1987.
Length: 123 m (404 ft) | Year: 2017
Al Lusail is a gorgeous 123-meter long vessel that was built by Lurssen in 2017 and her unique design makes her stand out from afar.
Owned by the Emir of Qatar – Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani she can accommodate 36 guests and a crew of 56 at a time.
She features her very own gym, an elevator to service all the decks, a swimming pool, a tender garage and a movie theatre.
24. Golden Odyssey
Length: 123.20 m (404 ft) | Year: 2015
Golden Odyssey is a 123 m (404 ft) long superyacht which means it is one of the top 49 longest superyachts in the world.
She was launched in 2015 and was built by the famous ‘Lurssen shipyard’.
The lucky owner of this magnificent vessel is Prince Khaled Bin Sultan.
Golden Odyssey can accommodate 32 guests in 16 cabins as well as a crew of 60 in 30 cabins.
She was designed by Martin Francis Design with Alberto Pinto designing her interior.
Length: 124.40 m (408 ft) | Year: 2010
Katara, also known as Project Crystal is a 124-metre yacht that was built by Lurssen Shipyard in Bremen, Germany.
She is one of the world’s largest yachts with a helipad and a plethora of tenders.
She flies a Qatari flag and her home port is Doha which gives support to the belief that her name is an interpretation of the word ‘festivity’.
It was planned by Espen Oeino International which is also responsible for the planning of over 50 other well-known super yachts.
Length: 125 m (410 ft) | Year: 1991
Initially intended for use as a Russian research vessel, Maryah was built in Poland in the 1990s before later being acquired by Sheikh Tahnoon.
She was sent to Greece and rebuilt in 2014 by Elefsis Shipyard.
She measures in at a length of 125 metres and can reach a top speed of 18 knots.
Maryah’s large interior can accommodate up to 54 guests.
Length: 126 m (413 ft) | Year: 2003
Built-in 2003 this 126m long beauty belongs to American business magnate, Paul Allen.
Powered by Mercedes Diesel engines she can reach a speed of 20 knots while hosting 26 guests.
Octopus is home to a large helicopter hangar on the main deck which are home to two helicopters.
She also has a glass-bottom pool and a 10-person submarine which floats into Octopus through a large hatch.
She also has a music recording studio, a cinema, a gym and a medical centre.
20. Al Mirqab
Length: 133 m (436 ft) | Year: 2008
Al Mirqab, the 133m Super Yacht wonder can be seen in the footage arriving in Gibraltar.
Built in 2008 she is comprised of a whopping 38 cabins. 25 of which are for the crew, and the remaining 13 for guests.
With a volume of 9,604, she is one of the largest superyachts in the world and is owned by Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al Thani.
With a net worth of over $1 Billion, he was the Prime Minister of Qatar from 2007 to 2013.
Length: 134 m (440 ft) | Year: 2011
Serene was launched in 2011 and measures an impressive 134 metres.
She was built by Fincantieri – one of the world’s largest shipbuilding groups.
She was designed by Espen Oeino with the interior designed by Raymond Langton Design.
She has the capacity to accommodate 24 people and a crew of 52.
Powered by MTU engines she can reach speeds of up to 18 knots.
Length: 135.50 m (445 ft) | Year: 2018
Crescent is a Super Yacht built in 2019 by famous shipyard Lurssen.
She is the 17th longest superyacht measuring a length of 135 metres.
Powered by MTU engines it is estimated her top speed is 20 knots with a cruise speed of 12 knots.
Her large size has the room to accommodate 18 guests with a crew of up to 40.
Crescent features a retractable helicopter hangar and a large pool which is rumoured to have a glass bottom.
Length: 136 m (446 ft) | Year: 1931
Savarona was built by Blohm + Voss in 1931 for Emily Roebling Cadwalader, the granddaughter of the Brooklyn Bridge engineer.
At the time she cost around $4 million which is over $80 million in today’s value.
She was the largest superyacht in the world when she was first launched and now she sits in 17th position.
16. Flying Fox
Length: 136 m (446 ft) | Year: 2019
The breathtaking and unprecedented outside plan praised by her pigeon dark frame planned by winning designer Espen Øino makes Flying Fox an astounding vessel.
At 136-meter length, her 22.5m wide shaft guarantees an open living space along with an extraordinary plan on both outside and inside.
Her rich, contemporary inside plan from Mark Berryman offers 11 lodges for 25 visitors all with private ocean see patios.
15. Rising Sun
Length: 138 m (453 ft) | Year: 2004
The Rising sun yacht is a 138-meter-long superyacht built by famous shipyard Lurssen in 2004.
It has a steel hull and aluminium superstructure.
Powered by 4 MTU engines she can reach a top speed of 28 knots.
She is currently the 6th largest yacht in the world and was holidayed on by Oprah Winfrey in the summer of 2013.
14. Al Salamah
Length: 139 m (456 ft) | Year: 1999 | Photo: @kammak_77
Al Salamah is a motor yacht which belonged to the former Saudi Arabian Crown prince and was put for sale for $280,000 in 2013.
It was later given to Bahraini Crown Prince, Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa as a gift.
Construction began by HDW in Kiel, Germany and was finished by Lurssen.
Length: 139.7 m (458.4 ft) | Year: 2021
Solaris was newly launched in 2021 by Werft and belongs to Roman Abramovich who also owns the second-largest yacht in the world, Eclipse.
She has a volume of just over eleven thousand tonnes and it is estimated that she can accommodate up to 36 guests and a crew of 60.
12. Ocean Victory
Length: 140 m (459 ft) | Year: 2014
Ocean Victory is a 140-metre super yacht that was built by Italian shipbuilding company Fincantieri in 2014.
As of 2021, she is the 13th longest superyacht.
Ocean Victory was designed by Espen Oeino with the interior designed by Alberto Pinto.
She has the capacity to accommodate 84 people with 28 being guests and a crew of 56.
Powered by Wärtsila MTU engines she can reach speeds of up to 19 knots.
Length: 141 m (463 ft) | Year: 2012
Measuring in at a length of 141m Yas was originally a Dutch navy frigate.
The original steel superstructure was replaced with a new superstructure of composite materials in 2013.
She is one of the largest superyachts in the world.
Due to the size of the structure, the interior decks, support and shell were built in sections in order to facilitate shipping and assembly.
She can accommodate up to 60 guests with a crew of up to 56 at disposal.
Length: 142 m (466 ft) | Year: 2021
Nord was launched in 2019 and strikes an imposing 142m in length.
She was built by Lurssen shipyard which is at the top of the game when it comes to Yachts of this magnitude.
Lurssen was responsible for the naval architecture while the styling for both the exterior and interior design came from Nuvolari Lenard, a multi-award-winning studio.
Nord can accommodate up to 36 people over the 20-suite layout.
9. Sailing Yacht A
Length: 142.95 m (469 ft) | Year: 2017
Sailing Yacht A was built in 2017 and measures a length of 143 metres long.
She has a beam of 25m and 8 decks.
She is the world’s largest sailing-assisted motor yacht in the world.
Powered by MTU engines and with the sails as assistance, she can reach a top speed of 21 knots.
She features a 1-foot thick glass underwater observation area.
8. El Mahroussa
Length: 145.72 m (478 ft) | Year:1965 | ShipSpotting.com © Walter Maifarth
El Mahroussa currently serves as Egypt’s presidential yacht previously being the country’s royal yacht.
She was built by the British shipbuilding firm Samuda Brothers.
She is the oldest active superyacht having undergone a number of alterations during its years of service.
7. Prince Abdulaziz
Length: 147 m (482 ft) | Year: 1984
Measuring an empowering 147 metres, Prince Abdulaziz was built in 1984 and was once the biggest yacht in the world.
Due to many new yacht builds she now is the 7th biggest yacht.
Her large size allows her to accommodate 64 guests and 65 crew members at any given time.
Prince Abdulaziz yacht was built in Denmark by Helsingor Vaerft after being ordered by King Fahd who named her after his son Prince Abdul Aziz.
Length: 147 m (482 ft) | Year: 2012
Launched in 2012 A+ measures in at a whopping 147 metres making her the 6th largest yacht in the world.
She was built by the famous boat yard Lurssen in Bremen, Germany.
She has twin Pielstick diesel engines with enough power to reach a cruising speed of 22.9 knots and a top speed in excess of 25.5 knots.
Among her features, she has zero-speed stabilisers, a helicopter landing pad, a swimming pool, a gym, a cinema and a tender garage.
Her lighting system pictured above also lights underwater.
5. Al Said
Length: 155 m (509 ft) | Year: 2007 | ShipSpotting.com © Vincent Thépaut
Al Said is a 155-meter superyacht owned by the Sultan of Oman.
Construction was ordered in 2006 through the Lurssen shipyard and was launched in September 2007.
At the time of her launch, she was the world’s second-biggest yacht but since then she has been pushed back into the fifth position.
Length: 156 m (512 ft) | Year: 2016
Dilbar is a 156-meter-long super yacht that was launched in 2016.
She was built by Lurssen shipyard which is at the top of the game when it comes to Yachts of this magnitude.
She was designed by Espen Oeino with the interior designed by Andrew Winch Design.
She has the capacity to accommodate 36 people and a crew of 84.
Powered by Wärtsila diesel-electric engines she can reach speeds up to 22.5 knots.
Length: 162 m (531 ft) | Year: 2006
Measuring a length of 162m Dubai is the world’s third-biggest yacht, built by Platinum Yachts.
She is owned by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum – the ruler of Dubai who has a Net Worth of $5 billion.
It was the biggest yacht in the world from 2006 to 2009 however it was replaced by Eclipse and Azzam.
Dubai has four MTU diesel engines which can accelerate it up to a speed of 26 knots.
Length: 162.50 m (533 ft) | Year: 2010
Measuring a whopping length of 162 metres, Eclipse is the second biggest yacht in the world.
Built-in 2010 by Blohm and Voss she was the largest until April 2013 when Azzam was launched.
Although she is known as the $1.5 billion yacht, Eclipse’s actual cost price was around $700 million.
She is owned by Russian billionaire Roman Arkadyevich Abramovich who is known to be one of the world’s wealthiest people having sold his oil company for $13 billion.
He also owns a second superyacht, Solaris.
1. Biggest Yacht In The World – Azzam
Length: 179.7 m (590 ft) | Year: 2013
Azzam is the largest yacht in the world measuring a whopping 180 metres.
Built by Lurssen she is estimated to have cost $600 Million.
Powered by MTU engines she can reach a speed of 31 knots which is achievable by her shallow draft relative to her size.
Due to her large size, Azzam can comfortably accommodate 36 guests and has a crew of 60.