$300 million yacht called “A” belonging to Russian billionaire Andrey Melnichenko anchors off Sausalito


Imagine just walking around Richardson Bay and spotting a 390-foot yacht parked right there! At least that is what greeted spectators off Sausalito, as Russian billionaire Andrey Melnichenko’s $300 million yachts called “A” stood parked at the bay. Owned by Melnichenko and his wife Nikolic Melnichenko, the yacht features a 2,500-square-foot master suite, three swimming pools, and has entry secured by a fingerprint access system. The all-white bomb proof vessel also comes equipped with six cabins, a 37-member cabin crew and 5-member staff, hot tubs, pools, spas, and a 60-inch plasma TV retracting from the ceiling just adjacent to a king-size bed on a rotating platter.

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One of the rooms is done up in white stingray leather; another is made with hand-stitched calf leather. The main deck, however, contains chairs crafted out of alligator skins and Kudo horns. So opulent is the entire set up that the two main landing boats for the ships are 36-feet mini yachts in themselves, costing over $1 million apiece!
[MercuryNews]

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