Mikhail Prokhorov is the owner of the yacht Palladium. He also owned the yacht Solemar, but she was sold in 2016.
She is built at Blohm and Voss and has a length of 95 meters. She is designed by UK-
She can accommodate 24 guests in 12 cabins and has a crew of 33. She is build out of steel with an aluminum superstructure. Her features include a large swimming pool on the aft deck, a jacuzzi jetpool, a private cinema, and custom built tenders. She can reach a top speed of 19 knots. Here you can find some interior photos.
The yacht Palladium is not available for charter
In July 2017 US comedian and The Late Show TV show host Stephen Colbert visited Mikhail Prokhorov in Russia. They talked about his ‘oligarch lifestyle and his yacht and visited one of his houses.
Who is Mikhail Dmitrievitch Prokhorov?
He is a Russian billionaire entrepreneur and owner of the Brooklyn Nets basketball team. After graduating from the Moscow Finance Institute Prokhorov made his name in the financial sector and became one of Russia's leading industrialists in the precious metals sector.
His Norilsk Nickel became the world's largest producer of nickel and palladium. Until he entered Russian politics in 2011 he was chairman of Polyus Gold, Russia's largest gold producer, and President of ONEXIM Group. In April 2008, Prokhorov sold his most valuable asset -
In 2013 Prokhorov acquired a 21% stake in Uralkali from Suleiman Kerimov. In 2004 Mikhail Prokhorov founded the The Mikhail Prokhorov Foundation, a private charity supporting and developing new cultural institutions and initiatives in Russia, and promoting Russian culture in the global intellectual community.
He owns an Airbus A319 private jet with registration M-
Mikhail Prokhorov owns a large house in Villefranche-
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The luxury yacht Solemar was built by Amels in 2003. Before completion she was sold to Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov. In 2011, the 94 meter superyacht Palladium was delivered to Mr. Prokhorov, making the 62 meter yacht Solemar his ‘smallest’ yacht. Prokhorov sold Solemar in 2013 to a Russian banker. In 2016 she as sold again and named Calypso.
Solemar was designed by Michael Leach. She is powered by twin Caterpillar Engines. SOLEMAR’s accommodation is dominated by a spectacular two-
The Sun Deck can transform into a disco floor, complete with overhead lighting, a DJ mixing station and 2,000 watt sound system. Solemar can accommodate 12 guests and has a crew of 16.