Sheikh Mansour’s £500M megayacht: Ultimate Extravagance Fitting Inside Etihad Stadium

He will take delivery of the 525-foot ship before the start of the new season and has named it Blue in honor of the Premier League champions from the previous year.

Sheikh Mansour has spent £500 million on a megayacht that is so large that it would barely fit in the club’s 55,000-seater stadium

The yacht has 40 cabins for 48 guests, four entertainment decks, and a large alfresco area connected to a swimming platform and club

The boat, which is the fourth largest in the world, has forty staterooms and can accommodate 48 guests. It also includes four decks dedicated to entertainment, one of which has a large open-air area connected to a swimming platform and club.

The stateroom balconies were designed by Terence Disdale, a London-based stylist. There are also two helipads for transferring passengers to and from the shore. The 15,320-ton warship can reach a top speed of 19 knots, or 21.8 miles per hour.

Furthermore, to limit its environmental impact, the engine runs on a combination of diesel and electricity, and the drinking water comes from a sewage treatment facility.

On the other side, a full tank of petrol is expected to cost £500,000, so the sheikh might find it challenging to refuel.

According to a source, Blue is thought to be the best in the business when it comes to boats.

“One or two may be bigger, but being out on the broad sea is unmatched.

It is of the greatest technological caliber and was built to Sheikh Mansour’s rigorous specifications.

He has been given all he has asked for, and he is wealthy enough to make sure that everything went according to his preconceived plans.

When it needs to be replenished, it would be fantastic if he could use a discount card.

The 483-foot A+, which has its own dance floor, beach club, gym, health center, sauna, jacuzzi room, and salon, is already Sheikh Mansour’s property at the age of 51. Additionally, it has 26 cabins that can hold 62 passengers.

Over the years, the football enthusiast’s International Petroleum Investment Company has assisted in his £17 billion fortune accumulation.

He is the deputy prime minister of his native United Arab Emirates and a member of the royal family in Abu Dhabi. He acquired City through his Abu Dhabi United Group in 2008 for a total of £210 million, and the team has since gone on to win six Premier League titles.

Sheikh Mansour is also a 9.1 percent shareholder in Daimler AG, Mercedes-Benz’s parent corporation, and owns 5% of Ferrari.

The Sun reported at the start of this year that David Beckham had bought a 93-foot boat from the Italian company Ferretti. The 590-foot Azzam, the largest yacht in the world, belonged to the late President of the United Arab Emirates, Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan.

At 533 feet, Eclipse, which was once owned by Roman Abramovich of Chelsea Football Club, comes in second. The 532-foot Dubai, which comes in third, is proudly owned by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.

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