The superyacht was seized in March 2022 in Croatia and will be transferred to the Ukrainian Asset Recovery and Management Agency (ARMA).
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The 92.5-metre long, 29-metre high yacht is one of the biggest in the world. It was valued at about UAH 8 billion ($220 million) at the time of its completion in 2015.
The Guardian's journalists estimated the vessel to be worth about $200 million at this time.
The giant yacht has six levels with two elevators, as well as four decks, a cinema, a gym, a swimming pool, a SPA, a beaty salon and about 50 different cabins.
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It is designed to have a crew of 22, and can accommodate 14 guests.