Trouble Making Russian Oligarchs at a Billionaire Club
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A group of rich Russians who afforded to charter the Kismet superyacht for $860,000 per week, spent a crazy night in a billionaires’ club and failed to pay for the 90 bottles of bubbly that they had ordered. They simply slipped out when the club was very crowded and returned to their luxurious charter yacht. Fortunately for the club owners (one of them is Flavio Briatore, the motor-racing magnate), they managed to trace the Russians via the reservation they had made from the yacht. However, the club still didn’t get their money yet, as the oligarchs refused to pay the champagne. Now a local magistrate is handling the case.
The Kismet superyacht is large enough to accommodate 12 guests in six luxurious cabins, plus a crew of 22. Its amenities include a main deck lobby with mirrored ceiling and black granite floors, a main salon with cinema lounge (fitted with electrically-operated sofas, a drop-down screen, a semicircular bar and a grand piano), a dining room with seating for 18, a beach style lounge, a dance floor, a steam room and a gym.