He owns a large house in Villefranche-
In 2010 he planned to buy Villa Leopolda for GBP 360 (US$ 500) million. Villa Leopolda was built for King Leopold of Belgium.
He made a 10% down payment. Which he lost when he backed out of the purchase. The house’s current owner Lily Safra donated the down payment to charity.
Villefranche-sur-Mer, a picturesque French Riviera town near Nice, is renowned for its stunning natural beauty and Mediterranean charm. Nestled between the sea and hills, it offers a tranquil escape with breathtaking views of the azure waters. The town’s deep, natural harbor has historically been a strategic naval base, and today it’s a popular destination for cruise ships.
Villefranche’s old town, with its narrow, winding streets and vibrant, pastel-colored buildings, exudes a traditional French allure. The 16th-century Fort of Mont Alban, perched atop a hill, provides panoramic views of the coast and the neighboring city of Nice. Villefranche-sur-Mer is also home to the Chapel of Saint-Pierre, decorated by the famous artist Jean Cocteau.
The town’s seaside promenade, lined with charming restaurants and cafes, is perfect for leisurely strolls. Villefranche-sur-Mer’s proximity to Nice makes it an ideal destination for those seeking a blend of serenity and cultural vibrancy. The town’s beaches, like Plage des Marinieres, are among the most beautiful in the French Riviera, attracting visitors with their clear waters and scenic backdrop.
Prokhorov yacht Palladium
He was the owner of the luxury yacht Palladium. Before Palladium he owned the yacht Solemar.
The yacht AV (ex: PALLADIUM) was built at Blohm and Voss and has a length of 95 meters. She is designed by UK-
The AV yacht has an amazing interior by Michel Leach. The yacht can accommodate 24 guests in 12 cabins. She has a crew of 33.
Prokhorov owns an Airbus A319 private jet with registration M-
Airbus A319 ACJ
The Airbus A319 is a narrow-body commercial jetliner, typically used for short to medium-haul flights. It is part of the Airbus A320 family of aircraft, which includes the A318, A319, A320, and A321 models. However, the A319 can also be converted into a business jet, which is commonly referred to as an Airbus Corporate Jet (ACJ). The ACJ version of the A319 offers a spacious and luxurious interior, with features such as private bedrooms, lounge areas, and dining areas.
The ACJ is designed to meet the needs of VIP and corporate customers who require the comfort and convenience of a private jet for long-haul flights. With a range of up to 7,000 nautical miles and a spacious cabin, the A319 ACJ offers a cost-effective alternative to larger and more expensive business jets, making it an attractive option for customers looking for a balance of comfort, performance, and value. The price of an Airbus A319 ACJ varies greatly depending on factors such as the age of the aircraft, its configuration, and the level of customization. However, a new Airbus A319 ACJ can cost anywhere from $80 million to $100 million or more.