From Diddy To Tiger Woods: 5 Most Expensive Luxury Yachts Owned By Celebrities

Elif Ozden

Delving into the world of celebrity wealth, we’re here to take a glance at the extravagant luxury yachts that some stars call their own. These floating homes are nothing short of comfort and entertainment. Here’s a look at five of the most expensive celebrity yachts!

Maraya, Puff Daddy ($65 million)

Sean Combs, better known as Puff Daddy or Diddy, is the owner of the luxurious 177-foot yacht Maraya. This $65 million nautical marvel was built by the Italian superyacht builder CRN Yachts in collaboration with Claude Missir Architecture and the Zuccon International project.

Maraya offers a fusion of cutting-edge marine technology and sophisticated Italian design. It accommodates 12 guests in six master suites, complete with a private balcony in the main suite, offering its occupants an intimate connection with the sea. The yacht’s five decks feature a variety of entertainment options, with the entire top deck dedicated as the ‘Party floor,’ replete with a bar, a stage for performers, and a projector screen.

The Oasis, another yacht owned by Diddy, boasts a stage and dance floor, providing a perfect setup for performances by his musician friends. This 162-foot yacht is managed by a crew of 10 and costs a hefty $72 million.

Cyan, The Edge – Bono ($20 million)

U2’s The Edge is the proud owner of the $20 million luxury yacht Cyan. Built by the shipbuilding company Codecasa, this 141-foot yacht is designed for the utmost relaxation and enjoyment. The yacht, shared with bandmate Bono, boasts six luxury cabins, each fitted with a plasma and satellite TV, along with mahogany and oak lining for added finesse.

The Cyan comes with a swimming pool, outdoor cinema, a jacuzzi, and a variety of outdoor toys for marine enthusiasts.

Privacy, Tiger Woods ($20 million)

Golfer Tiger Woods owns one of the world’s most luxurious yachts, the $20 million, 155-foot Privacy. With five bedrooms that can accommodate 10 guests and four separate crew rooms, this yacht offers lavish comfort for its occupants and has an operating range of 4,000 nautical miles.

Among its many amenities, the Privacy features an observation deck, an eight-person jacuzzi, a fully-equipped gym, a decompression chamber for scuba divers, and three jet skis, ensuring Woods and his guests have more than one option for relaxation and enjoyment.

Viva a Vida, Tom Brady ($6 million)

Viva a Vida, a yacht named after his supermodel wife’s charity, belongs to sporting star Tom Brady. Priced at around $6 million, this vessel is noted for its remarkable speed, topping over 40 knots. Despite being comparatively smaller, it offers comfortable accommodation for four to five people, with features such as push-button fenders and an extendable swim platform.

Inside, Viva a Vida houses a fully-equipped kitchen, complete with a fridge, stove, and dishwasher. The master suite, a full bathroom fitted with a convenient shower, and joystick driving contribute to its luxurious appeal.

Seven Seas, Steven Spielberg ($200 million)

Finally, we reach the top of the list with Seven Seas, the $200 million superyacht once owned by filmmaker Steven Spielberg. Constructed by Dutch shipbuilding company Oceano, the 282-foot Seven Seas is a floating palace accommodating 12 guests and 26 crew members in ultimate comfort.

The Seven Seas is decorated by design firm Nuvolari Lenard, featuring walnut, rosewood, and teak textures throughout the yacht. This vessel not only includes a fully-equipped gymnasium, two cinemas, a helipad, a massage room, and a spa, but it also houses a limousine boat and a sports boat onboard, offering a truly indulgent maritime experience.

In 2021, Spielberg sold Seven Seas to an unknown buyer for $151 million, and the yacht was renamed to Man of Steel.

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