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By Alex Martin | December 3 2018
Elite Traveler brings you our most exclusive gift guide for the billionaire, filled with true treasures of the world and incredible experiences reserved for those with the deepest pockets.
Not only is Piper-Heidsieck renowned for producing some of the finest champagne in the world, but this extremely sought-after 1997 vintage comes encased in a very special bottle. Designed by House of Mellerio, the bottle has a 1.15-carat emerald encrusted on it, which can be transformed into a piece of jewelry once the champagne has been consumed.
Taken from Saatchi Art’s Dream Gift collection, professional photographer Miss Aniela will host you in a private session at her UK studio. The package includes a first-class round trip to London for two as well as three nights in a five-star hotel and professional styling for the shoot.
The HondaJet was heralded as an aeronautical breakthrough when it was released in 2015 and has become a firm favourite among jet set billionaires, but 30 months after its introduction the Elite has taken it to a new level. This new version increases range by 231 to 1,437 nautical miles and reduces takeoff roll by 400 feet.
This has everything a smartwatch has to offer, but is paved with white gold and 589 diamonds to make what Tag Heuer claims to be the most precious connected timepiece in the world. The connected module can also be removed and replaced with the included classic watch face.
This 60-meter superyacht is an impressive all-aluminium semi-displacement vessel conceived by acclaimed designer Luca Dini. Under construction by respected Italian shipyard Mondomarine, she has a range of 4,100 nautical miles and comfortably provides a luxurious experience for 12 guests.
If you see a bit of yourself in Tony Stark (aka Iron Man), then follow in his footsteps and turn yourself into flying machine with the Jet Suit 3 Series from Gravity Industries. The high-powered suit, which boasts an incredible 1,050 bhp, is crafted to each individual to ensure a perfect fit.
Founded all the way back in 2004, the Richard Branson’s ultimate vision to commercialize space flight has been beset by delays. But they have made significant progress in 2018 and are on the verge of reaching space for the first time. With over 700 people already paid up, now is the time to get your name on this elite list.