The floating Asian luxury is called Katara

Since the royal family of Qatar premiered in 2010, the spectacular megayacht Katara has been seen on numerous occasions by Ibiza. As one would expect, with its 124 meters long, 20 wide and almost 6 draft, Katara occupies one of the top positions in the ranking of the world’s largest yachts. And in the list of the most luxurious, but has not leaked images of the interior designed by billionaires favorite decorator Alberto Pinto.

Among the few details that do are known, the ship has a large platform like a ‘beach club’, jacuzzis, a heliport for perched helicopter on it, cinema room, impressive living rooms, and multiple rooms of considerable size.

The ship was manufactured in the German shipyard Lürssen. The estimated budget was around 300 million dollars. Its design is a path between classicism marked by two large fireplaces and the modern lines has drawn the naval architect Espen Oino,

The huge yacht has space to accommodate 34 guests and a crew of between 70 and 150 people, depending on whether or not the royal family is enjoying their vacation inside.

This boat is well known in Spain as well as Ibiza has been on several occasions in various ports in the Spanish Mediterranean such as Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca, Tarragona and even Cartagena, where a few months ago became a “mechanical recognition” in the shipyard Navantia .

The yacht was commissioned by the former emir of Qatar, Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thanin, belonging to the dynasty Al Thani, who in June 2013 abdicated in his son Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, therefore, current head of state of Qatar .