The world’s second-largest private yacht, owned by Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, was again turning heads in Croatia on Sunday.
The Chelsea football club owner’s 162.5-metre mega yacht ‘Eclipse’, worth over half a billion dollars, was snapped tanking up with petrol in Dubrovnik today.
The yacht, which was built at German shipyard Blohm und Voss and was launched in 2009, has two helicopter pads, 24 guest cabins, two swimming pools, several hot tubs, and a disco hall. It is also equipped with three launch boats and a mini-submarine that is capable of submerging to 50 metres.
The super yacht did not have to go to the petrol station however on Sunday in Dubrovnik as the petrol station came to the yacht.
Last time the mega yacht tanked up in Dubrovnik more than 40 tankers carrying 750,000 litres of petrol were needed. The bill for tanking up? Around 1 million euros.
Eclipse is the world’s second largest private yacht and is reportedly worth around 800 million euros.
Abramovich has for the last five years in a row taken holidays in Croatia around the start of September.
Check out photos of Eclipse being tanked up at Gruz Port in Dubrovnik on Sunday here.