The world’s greatest yacht owners have finally arrived in Miami.
The World’s Best Yachts Club has set up shop on the Miami Beach Boardwalk, where it will host its annual Yacht Show.
A few days ago, the Miami Yacht Club announced that its newest member, the legendary yacht owner Jeff Bezos, had purchased the most expensive yacht ever built at $30 million.
The ship, the Millennium Falcon, was named after the late author and screenwriter J.G. Ballard, who died in 2012.
It is currently under construction and is expected to take about a year to complete.
This is the first yacht built by Bezos.
He also bought a second yacht, the Yacht of Liberty, in 2018 for a reported $1.5 billion.
This latest yacht is the second time Bezos has purchased a yacht.
In January, he bought the yacht called The Dauntless, which is now being renamed The Darlings.
This boat is currently being constructed and is scheduled to be finished by 2020.
He plans to put it into full service in 2021.
Other yacht owners are hoping to add to the list of those bidding for the Millennium.
They are looking to buy a yacht that will rival the Millennium in size, but not in style.
These luxury yachties come with more bells and whistles.
They can accommodate two passengers and four crew members.
They cost less to operate than smaller vessels, but can be expensive to maintain and maintain, especially if they’re not properly maintained.
The Millennium Falcon will cost $8 million per person to operate, compared to $3.5 million for the smaller Millennium.
This yacht will be sold to someone who wants to enjoy a more luxurious lifestyle, but who wants it to be in a safe harbor.
The boats are not for everyone.
If you’re looking to sail a luxurious yacht, check out the yacht of the century, the yacht that made James Bond famous.
It’s a $65 million boat that cost $1 billion to build.
The yacht was named for actor Peter Capaldi, who has been rumored to have plans to become the next Bond.
If Capaldi gets in the mix, it’s safe to assume he will be a major contender for the prize.