Wondering what the most expensive things money can buy are?
Everyone loves a bit of luxury, and at Monmouth Airport we’re no different. Whether you’ve got extra cash to burn or you just want to indulge in a bit of daydreaming, let’s take a look at some of the most expensive things that money can buy.
Superyachts: What makes a yacht a superyacht? Generally defined as boats that are at least 80 feet in length, superyachts start at around $175 million, and that’s only for the boat itself. Docking, maintenance, cleaning, staff salaries, and other expenses mean that these ultra-luxurious vessels require a steady flow of money to keep them operational. Superyachts are completely customizable and no amenity is considered too bizarre – from aquariums to helipads, you can truly have it all.
A ticket to outer space: We all dreamed about being an astronaut when we were kids, right? Now, thanks to Virgin Group owner Richard Branson, your dream can become a reality with the Virgin Galactic space tour, priced at $250,000 per passenger. You’ll enjoy the breathtaking views of Earth from outer space during this unforgettable journey.
Private islands: For those who are sick of crowded beaches, packed hotels, and the lack of privacy during vacation, private islands might be the answer. Ranging from a few hundred thousand dollars to a few million dollars, private islands offer you the ultimate in relaxation, seclusion, and tranquility.
Private jets: Imagine never having to wait in another long security line, never having to show up to the airport three hours early, and never worrying about lost luggage again. Sounds appealing, right? The freedom, the convenience, and the comfort all explain why people often invest in private jets. And private jets aren’t only for purchase – you can rent a private jet for your next getaway, probably for a cheaper price than you think.
Custom hangar space just for you
For those who own a private jet, or who rent one frequently, you know how convenient it is to be able to hop up and down the coast for a long weekend, or fly over to the Jersey Shore for a spontaneous beach getaway. You also know it’s essential to have your own hangar space, and larger commercial airports are often full, with waiting lists that are months long. Smaller executive airports like Monmouth Airport have aircraft hangars available now, with other attractive perks like around-the-clock on-site aircraft maintenance.
For more information about Monmouth Executive Airport and everything we have to offer, including custom hangar space, please contact us today. Discover why so many people choose Monmouth Airport as their preferred executive airport. We look forward to hearing from you.