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Have seen it a couple of times off our coast. Dwarfs anything else. Downside is it is so big they can't bring it into port, so they either have to try find somewhere to moor outside, or just go back and forth.
An evening's wikiwander not long ago had me looking at various 'notable' yachts owned by famous people, and it struck me that if you started looking at press reports of who was visiting where on what yacht, it was very rarely the owner of record -- they might do a cruise once a year or so, but generally the calendar was filled with use by other often equally famous people who had chartered the yacht for a time.
So I'm noting that the SunSeeker 95 berths 12, and with a week's rental running 40,000 and up, that averages to $480/night/person if you don't leave beds empty.
I suspect that a lot of yachts like this are portable hotels that set up near Cannes for film week, near Monaco for race week, etc.