Superyacht Regina d’Italia, home to reality TV royalty, the Kardashians, during the Kourtney-Travis wedding, is an absolute queen of the high seas. The bathrooms have gold fittings studded with rubies and the furniture is dotted with leopard skin.
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Kardashians are among the most famous families on the planet. They live in the lap of luxury, and everything from their homes, businesses, cars, and in some cases, even jets are a testament to their well-heeled lifestyle. It makes one wonder, is there anything the Kardashians don’t have? Yes, a superyacht! Having said that, they do have ample moolah to rent one, and rent they did! Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker chartered their fashion designer pals Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana’s former prestigious $50 million Regina d’Italia superyacht off the coast of Portofino, Italy, ahead of their wedding this past week.
We continue to be stuck on the luxurious boat despite all the hoopla around the celebrity wedding, what they wore, the guest list, etc. Regina d’Italia is the true star here, featuring lush gold-veined marble floors, gold door handles, and leopard skin throws. If superyachts were human, the Regina d’Italia would definitely be a Kardashian. Let’s take a closer look at the megayacht that housed Reality TV royalty on the Italian Riviera coastline.
The regal Regina d’Italia:
With a current worth of $50 million, Regina d’Italia is not the most expensive luxury yacht, but it oozes a regal air that would put most opulent megayachts to shame. Meaning Queen of Italy in English, this cruiser was sold by Dolce & Gabbana in 2019, who took delivery of the pleasure craft in 2006, as per People. However, the flamboyance and flair remained. The vessel was built in Italy at the Viarregio shipyard by Codecasa, who is also responsible for her lavish interiors. A gross tonnage of 1215.0 GT and an 11.2 m beam allows the ship to accommodate up to 14 guests in 7 staterooms (each named after an exotic animal),…
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