It was found one of the most luxurious yachts in world in the hands of Sechin's wife
Journalists of Novaya Gazeta, analyzing data from social networks of the wife of the Rosneft company’s Head, found that she could be the owner of one of the most luxurious yachts in the world - Princess Olga.
According to the publication, after the divorce in 2013 Igor Sechin remarried - to a certain Olga Rozhkova, with whom she previously worked in the Government. Reporters found photos, presumably from the Princess Olga, in her Instagram: Rozhkova posted pictures with interiors of yacht, which is similar to the unique atmosphere of the board.
The Princess Olga was launched in 2013. Equipped with a swimming pool, jacuzzi, SPA-room and a helipad, it is one of the most luxurious yachts in the world. In this case the name of its owner has still not called.
Also, Novaya Gazeta has analyzed matches Rozhkova photos’ geotags with the route of the Princess Olga and found out that they are the same.
Photo: August 27, 2014 Olga Sechina published photo in Instagram from the yacht, where she was vacationing with her friend.
According to interviewed experts, the boat cost is 100 million dollars. Journalists assumed that the Head of Rosneft could rent this yacht for his wife. However, even in this case, a boat rental should have much impact on the family budget, because the Sechin’s salary, according to official data, is 15-20 million rubles a month.
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