The incredible Abramovich, owner of the Chelsea team, has bought a yacht worth approximately R$ 7 billion that is even prepared for war.
Roman Abramovich finally owns Chelsea, the English football team, considered one of the best in the world.
However, the model of this yacht is considered to be the second largest in the world. Named "Eclipse" it has armored glass, and also a mini submarine that can reach up to 48 meters deep.
His yacht costs approximately £1.1 billion (R$7 billion), and most impressively, this incredible yacht is even prepared for war. Rare thing to see.
Therefore, the billionaire also owns the plane that is considered to be the largest in the world, in the private category. Nothing less than a Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner, which was valued at approximately 264 million pounds (R$2 billion).
The Eclipse yacht is 162.5 meters long and can host up to 70 people. All its windows are armored, and it has a protection with an anti-missile system. Despite this, it also has a mini submarine, two heliports and three boats.
Unfortunately we will have to remember that Russia is at war with Ukraine and that the Eclipse yacht was considered the safest for any war.
So who made this beautiful yacht was the amazing German shipbuilder Blohm & Voss, in Hamburg, Germany.
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The Eclipse was manufactured in just five years, and was launched in 2010.
At that time, Abramovich paid something around 300 million pounds, today only with the market value update, it reaches 1.1 billion pounds, with an assessment by the North American company Atlas Marine Systems.
Practically a super yacht with 162.5 meters in length, it is finally considered as the second largest yacht in the world. The first is the Azzam and is 17.3 meters higher than the Eclipse.
After all, the Azzam weighs 13,000 tons, with diesel engines generating approximately 39,700 horsepower and reaching a top speed of 40.7 km/h.
The businessman is currently looking to sell Chelsea, a club he bought in 2003. As the Daily Mail said, he is looking to sell around £3 billion, or R$ 20.6 billion.