The Mercedes driver may have toiled on another frustrating day in the 2022 season, finishing eighth after being stuck behind the slow-moving Alpine of Fernando Alonso.

But at least he was able to slink off in style.

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His luxury Sunseeker 90 yacht is one of Hamilton’s most impressive toys.

He reportedly bought it in 2009 for $4 million (now £3.1m). 

The newest model is estimated to cost £6.1 million by Motorboat & Yachting but, if you are interested, you should expect the cost to soar closer to £9m once you’ve added those crucial upgrades!

Hamilton’s Sunseeker is 91.9 feet - not actually the largest of its type.


It features a luxury interior and several bedrooms. It has “American walnut carpentry”, air conditioning, a swimming swhoer, a professional chef’s sized kitchen and a huge entertainment system, according to Elysian Estates.

There is a dining area for eight people and a barbecue area.

Hamilton’s yacht is usually kept in Monaco.

Hamilton endured frustrating F1 Monaco GP

He couldn't overtake ex-teammate Alonso who later said: "Not my problem."

Hamilton said about the rain delay to the race, which the FIA later attributed to a power issue: “When it first started raining, I thought we could have gone but the it started raining hard and we had to stop

“I am glad the rain came but it did not create any opportunities.

“At least two standing starts we could have done, but when the spray is coming up that’s a bit crazy.”