£3 billion Gold Yacht

Skott L. | 11:04 PM | 1 comments





An anonymous leading Malaysian businessman has spent £3 billion (USD4.25 billion) on a yacht made from solid gold and platinum. Named 'History Supreme', the 100-foot bespoke yacht was designed by Liverpool-based jeweler Stuart Hughes, who took three years to complete the vessel.

"The businessman just approached us and asked us whether we could do it. He wanted a plane done as well, but the thing would never take off if we did," Hughes said.

"So he said, 'Can you do the yacht?' and I said, 'We'll give it a crack.' Then it was pretty much a case of can you make this gold, can you make that gold?"

"We just did what we were told and are delighted with the result."

A circa of 100 tonnes of solid gold and platinum were used to build the History Supreme, from the gold-wrapped base to the deck, dining area and anchor. The main sleeping quarter was adorned with platinum accents of which included , wall feature , made from meteoric stone , with genuine Dinosaur bone shaved in from the raptor T – REX. At a cost of £3 billion , the most exclusive yacht was born !




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1 comments

  1. lots of money and very few things to do with it...what a waste...