When it comes to spotting the glorious $300 million megayacht Kaos, it’s a pretty rare occasion for connoisseurs of luxury vessels. However, the odds of finding a real-life Batmobile parked right next to the 110-meter megayacht is next to nothing. Yet, we recently stumbled upon a YouTube video that captured this extraordinary combination. The video was posted last year by a YouTube channel named Emman’s Vlog Fr and is mostly about Kaos which was docked in Monaco when the vlog was shot. After spotting the ultra-luxurious vessel from a rooftop restaurant overlooking the Monaco port, the vlogger decides to get a closer look at Kaos. But to his surprise, the vlogger finds an uber-rare Batmobile parked next to the megayacht.
Sadly, there’s very little information in the video about the Batmobile, including what was it doing next to Kaos. But from the looks of it, it seems that the owner of the Batmobile along with some of his friends were shooting a vlog; and what could be a better backdrop than the $300 million megayacht docked in Monaco? The Batmobile is also accompanied by a Ferrari California and a Lamborghini Urus, probably owned by the friends.
Obviously, the Batmobile would be an attention magnet wherever it goes, even in Monaco where series production Lamborghinis and Ferraris fail to impress. In the video, you can see the crew members of Kaos clicking pictures of the stunning automobile while the Batmobile owner and his friends continue filming their vlog.
One interesting thing we noticed about the Batmobile is that it’s fitted with a Ukrainian number plate, which helped us dig for some information. It turns out that it is the original Batmobile that was used in the 1989 movie “Batman” starring Michael Keaton. The vehicle is based on the Chevrolet Caprice and is powered by a V12 engine borrowed from the BMW M73. It was given a Ukrainian license plate when it was taken to the currently war-torn country for repairs a few years back, according to a report by Bulgaria Posts. Furthermore, the incredible piece of movie history has been in Monaco since 2021 and was a huge hit at last year’s Monaco F1 Grand Prix. It was such a head-turner that even Prince Albert was photographed with the car.
The jaw-dropping megayacht Kaos
The $300 million luxury vessel Kaos is often considered one of the most beautiful yachts ever made, which should not come as a surprise to anyone. Measuring 110 meters in length, Kaos was the largest megayacht built in the Netherlands at the time of her launch in 2017. The pleasure craft was commissioned in 2008 by then-Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Khalifa bin Hamad bin Abdullah bin Jassim bin Mohammed Al Thani. It was originally named Jubilee when it was delivered to the Emir of Qatar. However, after he passed away, the gigantic yacht was purchased by Walmart billionaire heiress Nancy Walton Laurie in 2019.
The vessel’s stunning exterior was designed by Lobanov Design, while the interior design was carried out by Sam Sorgiovanni Designs P/L. Interestingly, the superstructure features a beautiful metallic blue shade and has many decks, most of which are fake. With the idea of creating a sense of harmony and balance, the designer gave the vessel plenty of faux decks. Kaos has enough room to accommodate 31 guests in ultra-luxurious 16 cabins.
Furthermore, it features all the amenities you’ll expect from a luxury vessel of its size, including a large helideck, a massive beach club complete with a wellness center, gym and spa, an expansive pool, cinema, and several lounge areas. Kaos is powered by two MTU diesel engines offering a top speed of 18.5 knots.