Most expensive, biggest and fastest is the mantra that world's richest people follow. There is no end to their million dollar buys and lavish spending. Some do outrageous spending on insignificant things while some have a class of their own and buy things that define their personality. Here is the list of the class collections of world's richest people:
Owns: $1.2 billion Yacht.
Own: $200 million Yacht.
Microsoft's co-founder, Paul Allen made headlines when he bought the world's largest yacht in 2003 called 'Octopus'. As of now, it is world's 12th largest super yacht. Octopus is a 414 foot. It sports two helicopters on the top deck. The yacht also has a pool, located aft on one of her upper decks, and two submarines (one of them operated by remote control for studying the bottom of the ocean). The yacht can accommodate about 24 guests and a crew of 35. It also consists of a movie theatre and a Hinckley sailboat of about 40 feet.
Owns: $70 million Boeing 737 jumbo jet.
King of Gambling, real estate and oil production, Phil Ruffin owns a Boeing 737 jumbo jet. Phil has a net worth of $2.1 billion according to a magazine of 2008. The Boeing 737 carries an additional price tag of $16 million for the interiors and the entertainment system. It has lavish leather upholstery for the seats and has two bedrooms. The entertainment system is about $1 million worth.
Owns: $250,000 Batmobile.
Owns: $14 million Rolls Royce Convertible.
Hassanal Bolkiah, the Sultan of Brunei is a huge car frenzy king. He owns more than 1,900 automobiles, including Bentleys, Ferraris, and Porsches. The Sultan is the owner of 531 Mercedes-Benzes, 367 Ferraris, 362 Bentleys, 185 BMWs, 177 Jaguars, 160 Porsches, 130 Rolls-Royces and 20 Lamborghinis, bringing the total number of cars he owns to 1,932. Rolls Royce convertible that he bought for $14 million, is the most expensive car in the world by far.