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Yacht Azzam -
Yacht Name: Azzam
Yacht Length: 180 m (590ft)
Guests: 36 in 18 cabins
Crew: 60 in 30 cabins
Yacht Value: US$ 400 million
Owners Name: Emir of Abu Dhabi
Owners Net Worth: US$ 600 billion
Owners Company: N/A
Owners Country: UAE
The yacht Azzam is the world’s largest yacht, with a length of 180 meters. Azzam is actually “just” the world longest yacht, as the new Dilbar has a higher volume and displacement.
A US$ 400 Million Value
The yacht was built by luxury yacht builder Lürssen for an estimated build price of US$ 400 million. Her exterior design and styling is done by Nauta Yachts. The yacht’s Interior design is done by French designer Christophe Leoni, who has designed a sophisticated and luxurious interior in Empire style.
30 Knots Top Speed
Luxury yacht Azzam is able to navigate at speeds of more than 30 knots. The yacht is powered by a combination of two gas turbines and two diesel engines with a total 94,000 horse power.
Bullet Proof Owners Suite
She is rumored to feature a bullet proof master suite and a missile defense system. Azzam was delivered to her owner in October 2013. In March 2014 she was heading back to the Lurssen yard in Bremen for some post delivery works. May 2014 update: pretty new photos made by ship-
Motor yacht Azzam is probably built for Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the Emir of Abu Dhabi and President of the United Arab Emirates (UAE -
President of the United Arab Emirates
His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, referred to as Sheikh Khalifa, is the President of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and emir of Abu Dhabi.
US$ 15 Billion Net Worth
Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan is considered to be one of the world's wealthiest monarchs, with a net worth of USD 15 billion. Sheikh Khalifa also runs the world's second-
In 2010, the world's tallest man-
Previous Yacht Azzam
The Emir previously owned a smaller yacht with the name Azzam. This yacht is now named Adamas II and is owned by Digital Multimedia Technologies founder Allesandro Falciai. His company merged with Silvio Berlusconi’s Mediaset in 2011. Sheikh Khalifa’s half-