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As we reported the other day, a group of Russian oligarchs just made headlines for stiffing Sardinia’s famed Billionaire nightclub out of a $125,000 champagne tab.The club, part-owned by the motor-racing tycoon Flavio Briatore, frequented by Silvio Berlusconi and famous for its high-spending clientele, realised they’d been cheated after eight Russian gents ordered 90 bottles of bubby and then slipped out during a crowded moment.
Where did they go?
Back to their chartered megayacht, which made the reservation for them in the first place. And it’s a pretty impressive vessel. It certainly can’t be a case of poverty unless they blew all their dough on the yacht charter.
The 223-ft. Kismet, designed by the famed Espen Oeino and launched by Lurssen in 2007, is for sale at about $140 million and charters out at $860,000-plus per week in the high season.
With luxe accommodations for 12 guests in six cabins along with a crew of 22, the yacht is a showpiece.
Among her highlights is a main-deck lobby featuring black granite floors, a mirrored ceiling and a central glass elevator serving the six decks.
The main salon features a cinema lounge with drop-down screen and electrically operated sofas alongside a grand piano and semicircular bar, while the bridge deck houses a dining room seating 18. There’s also a dance floor, gym, steam room and beach-style lounge.
James Spotting is the official blog of JamesList.com, the world’s smartest luxury marketplace with headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden, offices in Marbella, Spain and representation in London, Frankfurt, Singapore and Miami. JamesList features more than 65,000 private jets, yachts, luxury cars, properties and exclusive watches for sale and rent from a trusted network of dealers around the world. James Spotting tracks the latest and coolest luxury news and trends from around the globe.
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