MY Ecstasea was built for Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich. Ecstasea is one of the fastest large yachts around. As she is powered by 4 MTU engines and a General Electric LM 2500 gas turbine. Which brings her total power to 43,000 hp.
Her maximum speed is 35 knots. At the time of built (2004), she was the largest Feadship ever, with a length of 86 meters (282 ft).
She can accommodate 2 helicopters; one of the aft deck and one in an enclosed hangar on the foredeck.
Ecstasea has a lot of toys on board: a 9.5m Vikal Limousine tender, a 9.0m Scorpion Sports Rib, a 6.0m Pascoe rib, 6 x Sea-Doo RXP 255RS Sea-Doo (2 person capacity) 4 x Seabob Cayago F7.
She carries several towables: Waterskis Wakeboards Kneeboard Wakesnake Doughnuts Kayaks Paddleboards, windsurfers, and even 7 Cannondale mountain bikes.
The interior is designed by Terence Disdale and is styled like a beach house. The luxury yacht can accommodate 14 guests in 7 cabins, there are cinema facilities, several bars, an exercise room, a steam room, sauna and a massage room.
In 2009 Abramovich sold the yacht to the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi. HH Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
He is the son of Khalifa bin Zayed al Nahyan, the Emir of Abu Dhabi.
Sold for US$ 100 Million
According to a London court document (download here) the purchase price of the yacht was EUR 100 million (or US$ 125 million).
In 2014 the Crown Prince sold Ecstasea to Pakistani billionaire Alshair Fiyaz for a sum of US$ 75 million.
The Abu Dhabi royal family is not without a yacht as his father the Emir of Abu Dhabi owns the world’s largest yacht Azzam. Rumors that US heiress Sonja Zuckerman owns the yacht are not true.
The yacht’s owner is Alshair Fiyaz.
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