A bottle of perfume, a lovely designer necklace or an experience day, these are the kind of gifts I find under my tree on Christmas Day. But for those who have literally everything money could buy, what gifts do their loved ones buy them?
Here’s a few ideas of just what the super-rich may be treating their loved ones to this Christmas.
For £1.5 million you can have your own personal ride under the sea. Dive up to 1,000 feet for up to 6 hours and explore the hidden mysteries of the underworld. Exotic fish, shipwrecks and the even the sea bed themselves will be revealed to you through powerful xenon lamps.
Private Island for the Apocalypse
From just a cool $399,000 why not push the boat out and buy your loved one their very own private island in the Caribbean in the region of Turks and Caicos. This particular island has not yet been developed, leaving a blank canvas for you to create a dream home of your own overlooking the beautiful white sandy beaches. This island covers 2.4 acres and is located at the southern tip of the gorgeous Salt Cay, it really is what dreams are made of. Take a look on https://www.privateislandsonline.com/ to find your next dream location!
If you’re planning to buy an island, you’ll need something to get you there. In for a penny in for a pound, why not go for the double whammy and treat your other half to a yacht. A cool $275m could buy you a 100 metre super-yacht with a top speed of 25 knots, plus crew. Before you buy however, make sure you research everything about owning a yacht and vitally where you will register it as this can make a huge difference in terms of cost and use. Professional companies that specialise in yacht registration like Europe Emirates Group will be able to help you through the process and advise you according to your needs.
Franck Muller Aerternitas Mega 4 Watch
Dubbed the most complicated wrist watch ever made in the world, the Franck Muller Aerternitas Watch is not for the faint hearted. The name Aerternitas comes from Latin meaning eternity and is a tribute to the eternal calendar in the Aerternitas Mega which follows a 1,000-year cycle, renewable to infinity. The watch has been built with the utmost complexity and complications and boasts 36 complications, 1,483 components and has been manufactured completely in-house. You can buy this exquisite watch only from a Franck Muller boutique of which there are several throughout the world. If you’re planning a romantic weekend away, make sure you make an appointment first by visiting their website: https://www.franckmuller.com/
If you’re planning to buy gifts as stocking fillers here’s a few little suggestions; 1996 Dom Perignon Rose Gold Methuselah £37,000, Gucci Sylvie crocodile handbag £23,700, First Edition books – prices range depending on the novel, and for those who love sport why not treat them to a set of gold shoelaces for £14,250.
Happy Christmas shopping!