It goes without saying that some of these luxurious yachts are worth more than an average mansion and simply parking this over-sized marine estate can cost more than staying at the most expensive hotels in the world for just a week, especially during popular events like the Cannes Film Festival.
Yacht Haven Grande – St. Thomas, Virgin Islands
The Caribbean is one of the most exotic destinations in the world period and this is part of the reason why it’s a popular “pit-stop” for many celebrities and high profile business moguls.
The Yacht Haven Grande in St Thomas is the perfect secluded getaway that offers privacy and awe-inspiring views in almost every direction. It consists of 48 slips for accommodating mega yachts of at least 450 feet.
This is one of the most affordable marinas in the world at $1500 per night and can be a great place to meet fellow wealthy individuals who may be roaming the Galleria, restaurants and clubs.
Ibiza Magna – Ibiza, Spain
Ibiza is well known for its party life so it’s natural it will attract much younger folk and many rich and famous celebrities. Ibiza is also home to some of the trendiest restaurants, clubs and casinos in the region.
Well known celebrities including Lionel Messi, David Guetta and Calvin Harris are frequent visitors of Ibiza and enjoy travelling to this exotic destination to relax. Roman Abramovich’s yacht called the Eclipse, has been seen frequently at this marina and city. A slip at the Ibiza Magna will cost around $4,000 per night but worth every penny of it.
Port De Cannes – Cote D’Azur, France
Cannes is a unique marina and is home of the French Riviera’s mega yacht regulars. Multi-millionaires come to this part of France to enjoy the different events held here, high-quality restaurants and shops. The coastline has some of the most incredible beaches in the region also.
Millionaires tend to park their yachts in the marina slip and make arrangements for limousines to collect them only to enjoy a leisure drive through the Promenade de la Pantiero.
In Cannes, you will also find berths for superyachts which are booked nearly all year round. These allotments will cost around $14,000 per night during high season.
Port Hercule – Monaco
One of the most famous spots on the planet, Monaco, known mostly for its Grand Prix stage, Princess Grace and James Bond Casino. This mile-long country is full of luxury and you get nothing but high net worth individuals roaming the streets, hotels, casinos and marina.
Only a few residents actually live here all year round and everyone else is just driving through with their supercar or living on board their mega yacht for a hefty sum of $20,000 per night.
During the off-season, the country becomes more tranquil and relaxing but is amazing nonetheless.