The luxury superyacht that Tyson Fury rents for five figures a day is one of the most lavish in the world

The weekly price will make your jaw drop.
  • It’s one of the fastest superyachts in its category
  • The yacht was built in 2009 and overhauled around ten years later
  • Tyson Fury owns it, but never uses it

Published on Dec 10, 2023 at 1:48PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Dec 8, 2023 at 7:48PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Alessandro Renesis
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This is the iRama, an amazing superyacht owned by Tyson Fury.

Mind you, the heavyweight champ doesn’t actually use his yacht, he charters it.

And, as you can probably imagine, it’s jaw-droppingly expensive.

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Built in 2009 by Concept Marine, a Turkish shipyard, the 137-footer (41.8 meters) used to be called Elisea Nova.

But apparently Tyson Fury decided to change the name after purchasing it and overhauling the interior.

She runs on a pair of MTU engines, delivering 4,515 horsepower and giving it a surprisingly high top speed.

The iRama can hit 21 knots (24 mph / 39 kph) and it can cruise at 18 knots (20.7 mph / 33 kph).

That’s seriously impressive for a yacht of this size.

The yacht is large enough to accommodate 12 guests and it is packed with toys.

Among other things, you’ve got towable sofas, three wake boards, three water skis, snorkeling equipment, two Sea-Doo jet skis and a 100-horsepower, 6.5-meter Zodiac tender.

It has two decks, one of which is decorated with a jacuzzi and a swimming pool.

And of course you’ve got plenty of space to dine as well.

Chartering the yacht will cost you a whopping $160,000 per week.

That works out at over $22,000 per day.

And that’s the starting price, which is likely to go up depending on several factors, including the number of guests.

This shouldn’t come as a shock, though.

A yacht of this size and caliber generally costs at least eight figures to build.

Then again, with a net worth of $85 million, Tyson Fury can certainly afford it.

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