Johnny Depp’s 5 Most Expensive Purchases

Elif Ozden

When it comes to Hollywood elite splurging on extravagant items, Johnny Depp certainly makes the list. With a career spanning decades, Depp has accumulated quite a fortune. Here’s a look at the top five priciest items the ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ star has added to his portfolio:

1. French Village


Nestled in Plan De La Tour, France, Depp owns a private village, which he acquired for approximately $26 million in 2001. The 37-acre compound has a range of amenities, from a private restaurant named Café Marcheline to an art studio. The main residence has five bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, but the entire village encompasses over 10,000 square feet with 15 bedrooms and 14 bathrooms in total. Interestingly, the property has been on and off the market in recent years, with the latest listed price hovering around $63 million.

2. Amphitrite Yacht


Amphitrite yacht was a vessel Depp once owned. This yacht, built in 2001 in Turkey, can accommodate up to 10 guests in its five cabins. Among its features are exterior dining, entertainment, and relaxation areas. The yacht underwent a refit in 2009 and boasts a cruising speed of 12.5 knots. Although he renamed it twice, it eventually bore the moniker of the Greek sea goddess Amphitrite. Depp later sold the yacht, valued at around $22 million, to ‘Harry Potter’ author JK Rowling.

3. Wine


Depp’s appreciation for fine wine isn’t a secret. Monthly, he spent around $30,000 on select bottles, leading to an annual expenditure of about $360,000 on this beverage. As it turned out, he and Amber Heard even ran up a $160,000 bill with a wine merchant.

4. Rolls-Royce Wraith


Depp has a Rolls-Royce Wraith in his car collection, which he secured for around $328,000. This high-end vehicle is not just about luxury; it’s also about performance. With a 6.6-liter V12 engine, it can sprint from 0-60 mph in 4.4 seconds and boasts a top speed of 155.3 mph.

5. A Private Island


Acquired by Depp in 2004 for $3.6 million, Little Halls Pond Cay Island stretches over 45 acres. Named after his children, the island’s six beaches offer pure white sands and stunning views. The property also includes solar-powered houses and offers 360-degree views of its surroundings.

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