The impressive boat has its own helipad and sailed across the Atlantic in just eight days
A BILLIONAIRES 40million super yacht turned heads as it cruised into a British port.
The stunning Lady M, owned by Russias richest man Alexei Mordashov, was spotted in Whitehaven, Cumbria, today.
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The incredible 210-foot yacht, which boasts its own helipad, is berthed in the towns harbour, reports the News and Star.
Its owner Mr Mordashov, a close pal of Russian President Vladimir Putin, is the main shareholder and chairman of steel and mining company Severstal.
The beautiful yacht waspictured at anchor on the river Clyde in Glasgow, Scotland, two weeks ago.
Passers-by gazed admiringly at the three-deck vessel on the harbourside after it sailed into Whitehaven on Sunday night.
The vessel can sleep up to 12 guests in its six cabins. It also has a crew of 14 who share seven cabins.
The Lady M is powered by two MTU 16V4000 engines and she can hit her top speed of 28 knots from zero in just one minutes 28 seconds, according to boatinternational.com.
Its Captain Gordon Scott previously said Lady M was an extremely safe and comfortable sea boat.
We crossed the North Atlantic in under eight days and I was very impressed with the comfort in a seaway.
The long, fine bow entry has a lot to do with this.
Steel company magnate Alexei Mordashov, 51, is understood to have a fortune of 12.9billion.
The married dad-of-six stepped down aschief executive of firm Severstal in 2015 after 19 years at the helm.
He owns stakes in TUI Group, the worlds largest touring company, as well as gold mining and engineering firms.
He is a council member at the Bolshoi Theatre and Russian Chess Federation.
He grew up in Cherepovets, 230 miles north of Moscow where both parents worked at the local steel mill
A member of crew gives sister vessel Little M a hose down
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