Superyacht of Russian Banker Alexander Svetakov Docks in Falmouth

Dated: November 19, 2020
Category: Blog

A superyacht has docked in Falmouth and it is owned by one of the world’s richest men!


Cloudbreak is a 2,293 tonne superyacht costing £90 million and owned by Russian, London based banker Alexander Svetakov.

Making all of the other boats docked nearby look miniscule in comparison, Cloudbreak is a massive 72 metre yacht, capable of 15 knots due to its Caterpillar engines.

On Monday, Cloudbreak sailed into the Falmouth dock and staff members were spotted unloading the yacht for hours.


Delivered in 2016 and designed by Espen Øino, a world recognized designer and naval architect, Cloudbreak superyacht was built by Abeking & Rasmussen, a shipyard near Bremen, Germany.

Whilst Øino designed the striking exterior of the superyacht, French interior desginer and architect Christian Liaigre, is responsible for the luxurious interior.


The superyacht is home to an array of oppulant cream furniture, floor to ceiling windows, as well as a corner sofa and 98.5″ TV, perfect for relaxing whilst sailing the seas. If you wanted to take that relaxation even further, Cloudbreak even has a massage room to get the full luxury experience.

Cloudbreak is named after Fijian surfing reef due to Svetakov’s love of surfing. With a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, Cloudbreak holds a large number of staff, who only leave the yacht to exercise.

As the founder of the Absolut Investment Group and Absolut Bank, 52 year old Alexander Svetakov is currently worth around £1.82 billion, and has three children and an ex-wife, Yulia Svetakova.

Not only does Svetakov own superyacht Cloudbreak, but he also is proud owner to two private jets – a Bombardier Global 5000 and a Bombardier Challenger 500 – as well as a Bell 429 helicopter which sits on the back of Cloudbreak.

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