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In general the size of a yacht is measured by its length, but a more accurate factor is the displacement of a yacht. The displacement is the weight of water that a ship displaces when it is floating, which in turn is the weight of a ship (and its contents). The yacht Dilbar is currently considered to be the world’s biggest yacht. With a length of 157 meter (512ft) she is number #4 on the ‘list by length’, but with a displacement tonnage of 15.917 gross tons, she is actually the largest yacht in the world. Only the world’s richest billionaires are able to purchase and maintain these yachts.
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The yacht Al Said is the royal yacht of Qaboos bin Said Al Said, the Sultan of Oman. The yacht can accommodate 65 guests and 140 crew members. Sultan Qaboos is one of the richest royals in the world, his net worth is estimated at more than US$ 1 billion. Sultan Quaboos owns several yachts, including the Fulk Al Salamah, at 150 meter she is almost as big as Al Said, but acts as her support yacht. She #6 in our ‘List of Largest Yachts’
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The yacht Fulk Al Salamah is the support vessel for Sultan Qaboos main yacht Al Said. Fulk al Salamah means ‘Ship of Peace’. The assumption of her use as a support vessel is due to a lack of exterior space on board. She is often seen together with Al Said. Not much is known about Fulk Al Salamah and ever her length is not sure. We follow the numbers of SuperYachtTimes.com. Do you know more about Fulk al Salamah? Please do send us a message.
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The yacht Topaz is owned by Mansour bin Zayed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates. He is half-
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The yacht Prince Abdul Aziz is assumed to be the official Royal Yacht of the King of Saudi Arabia. Most of the times she is based in Greece (where many Arab royals berth their yachts). But when traveling she can often been found near Marbella, Spain or Antibes, France, where the Saudi King owns summer palaces. Al Salamah was built in 1984 in Denmark, for the late King Fahd. The yacht is probably named after King Fahd’s youngest son Prince Abdul Azziz bin Fahd.
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The yacht Dilbar (Photo by DrDuu)