Russian oligarchs are trying to remove their super boats from Western barriers. British journalists at The Observer report that at least six luxury ships have been missing from locations in Ukraine since the start of the war, and that locations have been closed to prevent capture.
There are 9,300 luxury yachts registered worldwide, valued at 60 60 billion.
One in ten luxury boats is owned by RussiansSpecial magazine writes.
Ocean conquest After the imposition of sanctions on Russian oligarchs, it became the most expensive of the boats that disappeared from radar. He was last seen near the Maldives in early March.
A member of the committee admitted to British journalists that he had been told to turn off the location system.
The luxury liner is valued at $ 300 million, and in 2016, when it first set sail, it became the tenth longest boat in the world. It will luxuriously accommodate at least 30 guests, with no less than a helipad and six swimming pools, one on each deck of the ship.
The ship’s owner, Viktor Rashnikov, has assets worth nearly $ 20 billion and is headed by Russia’s largest steelmaker.
Galactic supernova Closed its location system near the Montenegrin coast of the Adriatic Sea.
It is considered the fastest boat in the world, with a top speed of 30 knots and is valued at $ 75 million. It has an artificial waterfall and swimming pool with a heliport, and its owner Vakit Alekberov is considered one of the richest men in Russia, valued at more than $ 20 billion. He led Russia’s largest oil producer for nearly 30 years.
Nava Cleo Russia has traveled more than 3,000 miles since its invasion of Ukraine, from the Maldives to the Black Sea, where it disappeared once it crossed the Phosphorus.
It is not excluded that you have disabled the location system due to security risks in the area. But the owner of the ship, worth 65 million euros, wanted to avoid sanctions.
Oleg Deribaska is considered one of Vladimir Putin’s closest allies and runs Russia’s largest aluminum company, earning more than $ 3 billion. It is on the list of sanctions approved by the United States and the United Kingdom.
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