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Roman Abramovich's £300m Eclipse and the rest of the world's most luxurious yachts

Can a boat simply be too big? Ask your average Saudi or Russian multi-billionaire and they'd probably say of course not. Ask your average mere mortal and they might well beg to differ, and a recent event would underline their point.

The Chelsea FC owner Roman Abramovich's yacht Eclipse, larger than a Channel ferry and currently the world's biggest private craft, has just been refused entry to the elite aquatic playground of Antibes harbour. The only berth big enough to take it was already occupied, by an 80-metre yacht - half the size of the Russian's - already owned by the Saudi sheikh Prince Aziz al Saud.

For the rest of us, the nearest we'll come to enjoying the mega-rich lifestyle is by chartering a vessel or taking a luxury cruise. But if you've never been on a boat with its own swimming pool and spa, beach deck and cigar bar - not to mention personal submarines and a missile defence system (hello, Roman! OK, it probably does make sense when you're that rich) - we've done the work for you.

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When it is built, the Streets of Monaco will not be the world's longest superyacht, (that accolade currently belongs to Roman Abramovich's Eclipse) but the 155-metre beauty would make up the shortfall with breathtaking design, plush water toys and replicas of Monaco's favourite sights and experiences - including the Grand Prix circuit.

The floating city is currently in the planning stages, but as billionaires love competing in 'who has the best toys', it is likely to be snapped up very soon. The boat is said to be so extravagant it has coined a new term - hyper yacht - and will include a massive three-metre-deep swimming pool, submarine, self-contained waterfall, heli-pad (as standard) and miniature versions of the Monte Carlo Casino and Loews Hotel.

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leme call my darg. might go halves

its not £300

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Streets of monaco is beautiful

big f*ck off boats>>>>>

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thats not bummy

(no way)

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SPENT 300 MILL..... f*ck IT!!

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should have a flossin thread, cus my ambition is flawless..shes as gorgeous as this porsche is

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I'm in puerto banus and the cars and yachts u see down here.....well let's just say it's the first time I've ever felt like I don't have enough money. But that sh*t right there, f*ck.

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I'm in puerto banus and the cars and yachts u see down here.....well let's just say it's the first time I've ever felt like I don't have enough money. But that sh*t right there, f*ck.

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I'm in puerto banus and the cars and yachts u see down here.....well let's just say it's the first time I've ever felt like I don't have enough money. But that sh*t right there, f*ck.

I wad there about a month back. Beautiful place.

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i was in puerto banus with my family about 5-6 years ago

like a likkle island type ting... i just thought it was any place in spain... then my mum said this is where all the millionaires come

i was like :S

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Place is crazy, I feel like I gotta tip every c*nt that serves me a drink, mojitos r setting me back €10 a pop, good to see the Brits repping tho, biggest yacht here has got London written on it, bare uk number plates as well

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If you can, reach ocean club. I don't know if its still going on now but champagne spray was one of the most surreal experiences of my life.

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Whereabouts on the strip is it?

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Shame it will always be suceptible to sinking.

Nature holds no respect for money or people, lets hope that isn't sunk in a tsunami or freak storm

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