- Roman Abramovich owns a yacht called Eclipse which is two times longer than Stamford Bridge football pitch
- The £360million luxury yacht also has two swimming pools and a missile defence if being shot at
- Roman's big boy toy has a fuel tank that can accommodate one million liters and travel 6,00 miles before refueling
Roman Abramovich does his businesses in his luxury £380million superyacht called Eclipse since he was banned from entering the United Kingdom.
Even the current discussions on hiring a new Chelsea manager will be done in the Eclipse which is currently anchored off St Tropez in the South of France.
The Eclipse cost £300million when he bought it in 2010, at the time was the biggest private yacht in the world.
Its upgrades and maintenance of the Eclipse built by German shipbuilder Blohm & Voss costs something close to £400million.
The big boy toy is 533ft long more than twice the size of the Chelsea's home ground, Stamford Bridge
It is understood that the fuel tanks are said to be a million litres, which means it can travel 6,000 miles before it needs topping up.
The Eclipse boasts nine decks, the top one containing two helipads and a garage.
And the forward helideck opens out to allow for a Eurocopter EC155 to be stored in a hangar underneath.
The eighth deck features a swimming pool and a sundeck, with a pull-out barbecue and pizza oven and a built-in wood burning fire pit.
The main saloon boasts a fireplace and a massive driftwood sculpture from Bali in Indonesia.
There is another pool on the seventh deck with an adjustable depth feature that sees the floor rise and fall, so that it can be converted into a dance floor. It also has a huge gym and spa area with a beauty salon, sauna and massage room.
The lower decks contains the suites and cabins that can house 32 guests and 100 crew.
Each cabin in the yacht reportedly comes with a private 6ft home cinema screen, a jacuzzi, spa and specialised security systems. The walls are covered in black wood, with silver rubbed into the open grain.
Abramovich’s baby comes with a host of security gadgets including armour-plated glass to repel bullets and an anti-ballistic missile defence system
The submarine can descend to a depth of 160ft, if the Chelsea wants to make a quick get-away.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh had earlier reported that Frank Lampard is reportedly close to being named next Chelsea manager after agreeing to replace Maurizio Sarri at the club.
Both Sarri and the Stamford Bridge outfit have reached agreement to leave after just one season in charge of the Premier League side, thereby paving way for Lampard's return.
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