Dmitry Evgenevich Rybolovlev is the owner of the luxury yacht Anna, which he named after his daughter Anna. Rybolovlev is a Russian billionaire.
He controlled Uralkali, one of the world's largest producers of potash fertilizers. In 2010 Rybolovlev sold his shares in Uralkali for USD 6.5 billion to Suleiman Kerimov. In December 2011, Rybolovlev acquired two thirds of the French-
And in 2008 Rybolovlev bought Donald Trump's Palm Beach mansion, Maison de L'Amitie, for USD 95 million. Robolovlev owns a 9.7% stake in the Bank of Cyprus, for which he paid US$ 295 million.
In 2014 a Swiss court ordered Rybolovlev to pay his ex wife US$ 4.5 billion, which was named 'the world's most expensive divorce settlement'. However in 2015 the court had significantly reduced the settlement to an amount of US$ 600 million. And we were told that later that year the couple had reached an amicable divorce settlement.
Rybolovlev also owns a US$ 90 million private jet: an Airbus A-
Rybolovlev’s net worth is estimated at US$ 7.4 billion. Some of his expensive assets are a US$ 300 million Penthouse in Monaco, at the famous La Belle Epoque building and the island of Skorpios, which he bought from the estate of the late Onassis for his daughter Ekaterina
Rybolovlev’s yacht Anna was built by Feadship and was delivered in 2007. Anna can accommodate 17 guests and has a crew of 22. Her features include a two level master suite, with an upper deck viewing lounge, a saloon that turns in to a disco, a gym, a hamman and a sauna. In November 2017 she was listed for sale asking EUR 65 million.
Rybolovlev is building a new yacht in the Netherlands. In June 2018 a new 110 meter project was named Anna. She will be delivered in 2018. Anne is the largest yacht ever built by Feadship. Photos of the new yacht Anna by Dutch Yachting.