First look at Roman Abramovich’s huge £430m yacht – with heli pad and outdoor beach club

Incredible pictures have offered a glimpse of Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich’s enormous £430million superyacht.

The 460ft Solaris will boast 48 cabins, a helicopter pad, and eight decks – and should reportedly be ready for use in September.

It is currently under construction at the Lloyd Werft dockyard in Bremerhaven, Germany.

A source told The Sun: “This will be the yacht of the year when she is launched later this year.”

They added: “Details are being kept top secret but she will be a magnificent addition for the owner.

“To give you an idea of the size of Solaris the yacht shed she is being built in is bigger and taller than Buckingham Palace so you have some idea of the dimensions.”

It will boast 48 cabins, a helicopter pad, and eight decks
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Two electric engines will supposedly make it the most powerful yacht in the world.

Solaris will also boast a pool, outdoor beach club, jacuzzi and a spa.

In 2010, Abramovich commissioned shipbuilders to construct the Eclipse, another superyacht.

At the time, it was considered the largest private yacht in the world – although it since been surpassed by the superyacht Azzam.

In 2010, Abramovich commissioned shipbuilders to construct the Eclipse, another superyacht
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Eclipse has two helicopter pads, three launch boats and a mini-submarine that is capable of submerging to a depth of 50 metres.

She has four diesel engines and a maximum speed of 22 knots, which is well surpassed by some of the newer superyacht builds.

It has been rumoured that the vessel has an anti-paparazzi system to help protect Abramovich’s privacy.

A laser purportedly detects the electronic light sensors that digital cameras use, before the camera is targeted with a beam of bright light.

At the time, it was considered the largest private yacht in…