For Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Russian Tycoon Roman Abramovich, owners of the two largest yachts on the planet, this is a non-story, practically child's play.

But for the rank and file yachting enthusiast, there's a new, jaw dropping yacht to daydream about and save up for.

According to a recent spread in Robb Report, if launched today, Andy Waugh's recently unveiled Epiphany super yacht concept would be one of the largest yachts in the world.

At 426.5-feet, which includes multiple decks and lounges, giant glass windows and a sleek, curvaceous design, the images of the yacht are a sight to behold.

As is the $200 million to $250 million estimated price-tag (the yacht has yet to be commissioned, so the true price is not yet known).

"The general rule of thumb is about $1 million per meter and this is 130 meters, so we could say it would cost $130 million, but in reality, it's probably closer $200 or $250 million," says Robb Report's Bailey Barnard.

So what does one get for that staggering sum of money?

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A yacht that is likely more fabulous then many mansions or luxury hotels. The plans for Epiphany include a massive owner's deck that features a stateroom with skylights, a private cinema, an office with space for personal assistants or staffers and a Jacuzzi.

Below the owner's deck is a VIP deck that includes four cabins, each with its own private balcony, a cinema, lounge, gym and spa.

And still there's more.

The unique design of Epiphany's bridge, on the upper deck, offers stunning bird's-eye views of the ocean. The aft deck includes a swimming pool and sunbathing zone (that can be converted into a helipad).

Additional luxe details include a beach club and tender garage located on the lower deck, as well as a dive room and accommodations for as many as 40 crew members.

This list of amenities may sound excessive to the novice, but really says Barnard, such over-the-top luxury has practically become standard among the world's finest yachts.

"If you don't see a cinema or beach club nowadays, you think, 'Oh this one isn't tricked out with all the great stuff," says Barnard, only partially joking. "It used to be rare that you would see all of these things together on one yacht, but now these amenities are starting to become requisite for a lot of owners."

As a comparison, Abramovich's $500 million yacht, Eclipse, has two helicopter pads, 24 guest cabins, two swimming pools, several hot tubs and a disco hall. It also includes three launch boats and a mini-submarine. Nearly 70 crew members are needed to operate Abramovich's yacht, which includes its own missile defense system.

All of which makes plans for the new Epiphany seem almost quaint doesn't it? All things are relative, it seems.

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So if Abramovich and Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan are already happily sailing around the world on their own massive yachts, who's the likely customer for this magnificent offering?

"Only a handful of people in the world can afford these things," says Barnard. "If you're buying a $250 million yacht, you're talking about someone who has billions, because the cost to maintain these things is exorbitant - there's the cost of the crew, the cost for the gas...the overhead is very sizable. So we're certainly talking billionaire, if not multi-billionaire."

Possession of one of the planet's largest bank accounts is not the only ownership qualification Barnard can imagine either.

"It takes a certain kind of billionaire - the Warren Buffets of world tend to be more discreet," he concludes. "If you're buying this, you tend to be more extravagant. We're talking about guys like Larry Ellison. Not only do you have the money to afford one of these, you have to be certain personality type."

Mr. Ellison, your new yacht awaits.  You can park it right next to your Hawaiian island.