Emirates CEO Owns A 196 Feet Long Lunar-Themed Superyacht & We Are Loving The Bling!

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by Deeplata Garde

We are aware of how luxurious lives people like to live in UAE. But this one just blew our minds! We understand an obsession can sometimes go out of hand. But this one went straight to the water. Let’s have a sneak peek into a billionaire’s luxurious life and how his obsession with the moon made him build a thematic superyacht.

CEO Of Emirates Airlines Owns A Lunar-Theme Superyacht Which Is Worth $70 Million

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A Middle Eastern millionaire owns Heesen’s 196-foot-long, lunar-themed Lusine, which translates to “moon” in Armenian and costs $70 million. The Sinot Yacht-designed luxury ship is filled with mystery, magic, magnificence, and more. Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, the CEO of The Emirates Group and a prominent Emirati politician, is the owner of the luxury and is responsible for the world’s travels in the lap of luxury under the open skies. What can one anticipate from his own luxury haven? How would it feel, to begin with, to have fragments of the real moon placed on a coffee table?

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Let’s Take A Deeper Look Inside

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A three-pronged effort was used to help a man who was fluent in riches make Lusine a reality. The first motor superyacht from the yard to have four decks was Heesen’s Lusine.

For its VIP passengers, the ship boasts a touch-and-go helipad. These visitors are welcomed into a world with a Western-influenced interior once they’ve entered. Materials like gold leaf, pufferfish skin inlays, and stainless steel gave the room a surreal and opulent atmosphere.

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The expansive main saloon is a tribute to high-gloss wood veneers of almost every variety, including walnut, mahogany, and Macassar. Milky-white onyx marble and off-white furniture serve as a counterbalance. On the boat, the moon is depicted in a number of different ways, including the styled nameplate letters that mimic the moon’s phases.

Moons are softly depicted on the deck inlays and in lamps throughout the interiors. The most astounding illustration, though, is a real one that is situated on a small coffee table at the rear of the main saloon. Since a portion of that moon rock serves as the centrepiece, it seems sensible that the owner like to sit in this particular area.

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The journey on Lusine is quick and comfortable. The boat’s two MTU engines enable it to cruise at 13 knots and reach a top speed of 17.5 knots.

How awesome it would be if you could someday get to experience this luxurious ride.

Cover Image Courtesy: burgess yachts

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