Experts say the deal to sell Anastasia one of the largest in the world market in 2018 yachts. More expensive this year in April was sold only 73-meter yacht Grace E's for 78.5 million euros.
75-meter yacht Anastasia, owned by a Russian billionaire Vladimir Potanin, sold for 75 million euros. This is reported by yachtharbour.com.
Now after the sale the ship is called Wheels. According to the resource, the ship was sold in early summer of 2018. Built in 2008 in the Netherlands, the yacht was originally put up for sale in 2012 for 125 million euros.
Anastasia can accommodate 12 guests in 6 supermen and 20 crew members. The ship has a jacuzzi, a gym, a cinema and a hangar for water motorcycles and boats.
Anastasia was available for rent for sea walks for 600 thousand euros per week (now the rental price of 650 thousand euros plus costs).
It was the first of three yachts, which its owner, the Russian billionaire Vladimir Potanin, was going to build on the Dutch shipyard Oceanco.
In 2012, Potanin received an 88.5-meter yacht Nirvana from the same Dutch shipyard. Soon it was put up for sale for 230 million euros. After almost two years, prices were reduced and both yachts "left the market."
Simultaneously in the summer of 2017 Potanin received a modernized version of the 88-meter yacht Nirvana, which was named Barbara. According to the media, the cost of all three yachts of Potanin was estimated at $ 500 million.
Experts yachtharbour.com called the deal to sell Anastasia one of the largest in 2018 in the world market of yachts. More expensive this year in April was sold only 73-meter yacht Grace E's for 78.5 million euros.
Recently, Russian billionaires began to get rid of their yachts. The media reported that the ex-owner of "Uralkali" Dmitry Rybolovlev put up for sale 67-meter yacht Anna built in 2007 for € 65 million. It is believed that the yacht is named after her daughter - Anna. The boat was the subject of proceedings for the division of property between Rybolovlev and his ex-wife.
And at the end of last year it was reported that the owner of the company Coalco Vasily Anisimov decided to sell his seventy yacht Saint Nicolas also for € 65 million. Nicolas is one of three yachts of the same series built at the Lurssen shipyard commissioned by American entrepreneur Warren Hall in 2007. Subsequently, the owner of the boat was Vasily Anisimov.