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Inside Putin’s luxury yacht: Photos show a dance floor transformed into a swimming pool, marble and gold bathroom, and more

Inside Putin's luxury yacht: Photos show a dance floor transformed into a swimming pool, marble and gold bathroom, and more

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Pictures from the inside Russian President Vladimir Putin‘s yacht Currently anchored in Italia It reveals a lifestyle of luxury and grandeur behind Russia’s authoritarian president, as his country faces severe international economic sanctions due to the ongoing war with Ukraine.

The yacht includes plus features ranging from a gold toilet paper holder in a marble bathroom, to a tiled dance floor surrounded by water that can turn below ground level to become a swimming pool. For a full set of photos, visit the sun.

One of the yacht’s builders told The Sun, “Every surface is marble or gold. There are countless swimming pools, a spa, a sauna, a theater, ballrooms, a gym and two helipads. It’s like a small town.”

Gold toilet paper holder on Putin’s yacht.

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Other features on the six-story, 459-foot yacht include a self-leveling pool table, 16-foot aquarium, whirlpool, dining room, judo gym, helicopter pads, six jet-skis, and more, according to Outlet .

A tiled dance floor transformed into a swimming pool on Putin's yacht.

A tiled dance floor transformed into a swimming pool on Putin’s yacht.

The construction worker said it even includes a “hospital”.

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“It is hard to comprehend the fact that the most amazing ship in the world is owned by a man who intends to bomb civilians in Ukraine,” he added. “It is an unimaginable amount of wealth when the average salary of a Russian is £5,000.” [$6,600] general, and the people there are struggling to eat.”

The mega yacht The Scheherazade, named after a Persian queen figure in Middle Eastern folklore, is estimated to be worth more than $700 million, according to the anti-corruption foundation of Putin’s opposition leader, Alexi Navalny, or FBK.

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“The Russian people paid for it,” one former crew member told The Sun. “Putin needs to push his head under that golden throne.”

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As Russia’s unprovoked war on Ukraine continued, there was increasing pressure on Italian officials to suppress Russian yachts stationed along the country’s coast.

US and European officials are working to confiscate the hyper-yachts of Putin’s few allies moored in various NATO countries.