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MUST SEA: Take a look at some of the world's best superyachts

The rich and famous arent just obsessed with luxury cars.

Over the last few decades, there has been a surge in those snapping up superyachts.

The stunning vessels allow you to cruise the oceans in style – but they often come with hefty price tags.

While some boats boast their own helipads, others feature exquisite glass bottomed pools.

So which are the most lavish on the market?

Boat International Media's World Superyacht Awards 2018 revealed the top models of the year.

Here are some of the jaw-dropping vessels on the list.

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This 96.55m luxury yacht can accommodate up to 50 passengers.

It was build in the Netherlands by Feedship and can travel up to 17 knots – the equivalent to 19.5mph.

Some of the boats most eye-catching features include its skylight dome and glass-bottomed swimming pool.

Pink gin

Last year, Pink Gin was sold for a rumoured £7.8million.

Among the five en suite cabins on board, three are VIP suites.

The yacht also offers al fresco dining, comfortable seating and a lower deck for relaxation.

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This superyacht measures 46.12m in length and can hold up to 20 people.

Passengers have kicked back on the air conditioned cruiser for months at a time.

The fully fitted boat home has Wi-Fi and air conditioning, as well as its very own deck jacuzzi.

Game Changer

If you want to throw an ostentatious party at sea, this vessel is the one for you.

Game Changer has enough room on board for around 250 guests.

Passengers who want to arrive in style can even fly in by helicopter – as the cruiser has its own hanger.

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This is one of the smaller boats on the top list – as it can only cater for six guest and five crew members.

What the Ribelle doesnt have in size, it makes up for in style.

The cabin's roofs are made entirely from glass, allowing cruisers the most breathtaking view of the ocean.


While some reserve supeyachts for parties and luxury trips, it is actually possible to live on this one.

The owner of The Aviva uses it as a house boat.

You may think youd get bored at sea, but the vessel boasts a number of exciting features, including a padel tennis court.

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This ultra modern vessel also made the top list.

It provides accommodation for up to 10 guests in five suites – and there is plenty of room for crew members too.

One of the biggest benefits of cruising on the Letani is its stabilisation system, which promises a smooth ride.


Another party yacht that has scooped the accolade is MR. OH.

The mid-sized boat features two beach club bar areas.

Guests can also kick back with a tipple on the vessels giant deck.

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Its common for big ships to feature drive-in garages for cars.

But the Telli offers an unusual twist on this function by offering space for a smaller boat.

This isnt the only impressive feature, as the vessel has won awards for its chic interior design.

Seven Sins

Like many other cruisers on the list, Seven Sins has many glass bottomed areas.

The swimming pool floor is transparent, allowing light to filter down to a beach club area below.

Fold down balconies, a gym and sauna are among the other exciting amenities on board.

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