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Abandoned Russian yacht in Hamburg

Abandoned Russian yacht in Hamburg

Now there are only a few people left aboard the Dilbar sent by the Lürssen shipyard, which built the yacht just over five years ago, according to Bloomberg News sources.

The Dilbar is registered as the largest yacht in the world, with a 25-meter swimming pool and two helicopter landing pads. According to the US Treasury, it is equal to 6.0-7.5 billion Swedish kronor.

authorities in Hamburg He stated that a German Federal permit was required for the ship to leave port.

The 68-year-old Usmanov owns a majority stake in the USM investment firm with control positions at Metalloinvest, one of the world’s largest iron ore producers, and mobile operator Megafon – which until 2017 Telia was a major player.

He was chosen as the sixth richest ruler in Russia, with a fortune estimated at $17.8 billion according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.

According to the US TreasuryDilbar is a frozen asset, just like Usmanov’s private jet. According to the United States, it is also prohibited to pay fees to the crew and to pay port fees to a ship.

The EU also included Usmanov in its list of sanctioned oligarchs.

Dilbar, registered in the Cayman Islands, was sent to Germany to replenish several hundred million dollars last fall. According to the AP news agency, the owner must be a holding company in Malta.

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