Worth $20.7 billion, Vagit Alekperov is the fourth richest person in Russia. Such endless sinkholes of wealth come with tangible, seaworthy benefits, and Alekperov owns two of them in the form of the 108 million superyacht Galactica and the relatively modest 114-foot vessel ‘Space’. The Russian tycoon who owns Heesen is one of the biggest superyacht builders in the world and was sanctioned by the UK in April. While its 262ft all-aluminum flagship, Galactica, remains in Harlingen, the Netherlands, undergoing finishing work, Space, initially known as Galactica Plus, was quite likely to be grasped. The decade-old motor yacht is believed to be quite fast and is now moored on safe shores after making a quick trip from Tuzla, Turkey to Sochi, Russia. According to Marine trafficThe space is currently moving in the Black Sea.

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“Space” is a much smaller boat than the large Galactica and boasts a top speed of 27 knots (50 km/h). This undoubtedly contributed in large measure to his speedy trip back to Russia. For now, the largest and largest all-aluminum yacht Heesen has ever built, the Galactica remains at the Heesen shipyard in the Netherlands, while the speedy space megayacht is far from the clutches of seizure.

Vagit Alekperov

It could be called a victory for Alekperov, who achieved a feat that no Russian oligarch or tycoon could accomplish except Russia’s richest man, Alexei Mordashov, who saved his $500 million megayacht. dollars “North” from the seizure. The steel billionaire shelled out a staggering $465,000 to refuel the tuxedoed warship to speed it to Russia. He even tolerated perilous moves, like turning off locator transponders, to get his 464-foot ship home. Let’s take a closer look at the splendid superyacht Space:

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Stunning Features of the Playful Space Superyacht:
Vagit Alekperov’s Wheelhouse Elevated Motor Yacht is designed by Omega Architects and in-house Heesen team. The luxury vessel is intended to be a contemporary superyacht, so it remains relevant even a decade later. Its 21-foot beam space is kept minimalist to avoid looking cramped.

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The Omega Architects design team relies on light tones, warm blues and grays to create an airy yet dapper ambiance. The subtle nautical hues selected give the interiors an open and airy feel.

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Colors, materials and finishes are kept throughout the luxury boat and can be seen in the main salon, dining room and guest suites. There are no flashy themes, no showy decoration ideas, just a pragmatic, elegant and dynamic yacht for those who enjoy the therapeutic act of sailing.

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Superyacht Space offers multiple entertainment options in the form of a home cinema which is a pleasant space flanked by oversized sofas. Food, wine and get-togethers happen on an alfresco area on the back patio for casual settings or in the formal dining room for occasions. For adventurers, Space offers a fun waterslide as well as several top-notch water toys such as a flyboard, jet surf, freestyle waterslide and sky scout, shared Luxatic.

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The 114ft reaches a top speed of 27 knots and boasts a range of 1,400 nautical miles. The yacht can accommodate eight people in well-appointed cabins, while the owner resides in a full-beam master suite. A crew of 5 maintains the yacht and takes care of the guests.