Inside £48million superyacht owned by US billionaire as it docks in tiny Devon port

THIS is the £48million superyacht thought to be owned by a US billionaire which has docked in a tiny Devon port.

The 60m-long Bella Vita was photographed in Dartmouth, Devon, on Tuesday, flanked by a Border Force vessel.

It is thought to be owned by the American property magnate Dwight Schar, said to be worth a cool $1.8bn.

The yacht can house up to 12 guests and boasts a “world renowned crew”, according to a listing online.

A cinema, grand piano and a glass elevator can all also be found across six decks of luxury.

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There’s also a gym and what appears to be a hot tub or jacuzzi on board.

Pictures emerged last night which show the Border Force vessel close to the gleaming yacht.

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