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The Beatles-themed $200 million superyacht docked at Santa Cruz de Tenerife port

The superyacht moored in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, incurring annual maintenance costs of $15 million, is presently up for sale.

The state-of-the-art superyacht, “Here Comes The Sun,” built in 2017 and valued at nearly $200 million, is one of the newest additions to the Port of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, a place increasingly familiar with hosting such prestigious vessels.

Originally owned by Russian billionaire Alexander Dzhaparidze, the founder of Eurasia Drilling Company, the yacht’s design—both interior and exterior—is the work of Tim Heywood and Winch Design, two of the world’s most renowned yacht designers.

The yacht was recently purchased by Zygmunt Solorz-Żak, a Polish television magnate. Its steel hull and aluminium superstructure make “Here Comes The Sun” one of the most luxurious superyachts in the world. It boasts an exclusive owner’s deck that is 42 metres long, offering over 300 square metres of deck space. This expansive layout includes five spacious guest cabins on the main deck, a deviation from the typical lower deck placement.

The Beatles-themed $200 million superyacht docked at Santa Cruz de Tenerife port


Featuring a 5.5 metre by 3.5 metre pool, an 87 square metre sun deck, and a helipad, “Here Comes The Sun” pays homage to the Beatles song penned by George Harrison, featured on the iconic 1969 album Abbey Road, and one of Harrison’s most beloved compositions.

It has been on the market since April with a price tag of $195 million. In addition to this, the yacht incurs annual maintenance costs of an additional $15 million.

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