Dilbar – delivered in 2016, Dilbar is the largest motor yacht in the world by gross tonnage. She is one of the most complex and challenging yachts ever built, in terms of both dimensions and technology.
At 15,917 tons, the 156-meter superyacht Dilbar features entertainment and recreation spaces never before seen on a yacht. These include a 25-meter swimming pool that holds an incredible 180 m³ of water, the largest pool ever to have been installed on a yacht. The exterior design, a classic profile with a light ivory hull and bronze accents, was developed by Espen Øino International. Her spectacular interior, created by the Winch Design team, uses rare and exclusive luxury materials.
Dilbar is a 157 meter (512 ft) motor yacht built by Lurssen. She is the world’s biggest yacht measured by interior volume. She has been delivered to her owner in May 2016. Her exterior design is by Espen Oeino. Dilbar is the world’s largest yacht measured by volume, she has a very high gross tonnage. (Azzam is longer but with less volume. Dilbar has an amazing large living space.). She has the largest (indoor) pool ever installed on a yacht. Dilbar is said to be heading for a large 8-month refit in 2021/2022. Usmanov bought the Lurssen yacht Tis as a temporary yacht. He named her Lady Gulya.
The luxurious yacht has a steel hull and an aluminum superstructure. She is powered by 6 power plants. Which produces a total horsepower of 40,000hp. She reaches a top speed of 22.5 knots. Her cruising speed is 16 knots. We estimate her range at least at 6,000nm.
Guests and Crew
The yacht’s interior is designed by Winch Design. The yacht has a large swimming pool on the main deck. She can accommodate 36 guests and has a crew of 96. We believe her Captain is Tim Armstrong.
She replaced the previous Dilbar. Which was sold by Usmanov to the Royal Family of Bahrain, and is now named Al Raya.
Dilbar Yacht Price
We estimate her cost price between US$ 800 million and US$ 1 billion. This amount is based on her gross tonnage (15,917t) and a value of US$ 65,000 per ton. This value per ton is based on the contract price of recent Northern European built yachts.
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