The seven-deck superyacht has a helicopter pad and can accomodate up to 26 guests and 50 crew members
An impressive 140-metre yacht can be seen in the Zadar Channel these days, Antena Zadar reports.
Even though it looks more like a cruiser, it is a private yacht – 140 m long, 18.6 m wide, capable of a top speed of 25 knots, and comfortably cruising at 18 knots. It is owned by Viktor Rashnikov, a Russian businessman who made his fortune in the iron and steel industry, with the Magnitogorsk Metallurgical Enterprise.
Mr Rashnikov is one of the richest Russians and, according to Wikipedia, his net worth in May 2017 was estimated at $7.1 billion.
“Ocean Victory” is one of the biggest private yachts in the world, built by Fincantieri in Italy at their Muggiano shipyard. Ocean Victory’s interior configuration has been designed to comfortably accommodate up to 26 guests overnight in 13 cabins and can also carry up to 50 crew onboard.
Some of the amenities the superyacht includes are seven decks, a Jacuzzi, 6 swimming pools, helicopter landing pad, movie theatre, beauty salon, SPA centre, and an underwater observation lounge.
Read more about the yacht here.