A SUPERYACHT worth more than £100 million is moored at Poole Quay today.

Onlookers were stunned to see the 272ft Here Comes The Sun tied up to the quayside.

But it is a mystery what the yacht is doing in Dorset.

Bournemouth Echo:

Built for an estimated $150 million, the yacht is one of the most luxurious afloat and would certainly provide a stunning 'household' in which to self-isolate.

It has spectacular features which include a large beach club area in the stern, an infinity pool, a sundeck jacuzzi and indoor cinema.

And what self-respecting billionaire would be without a helipad on his yacht?

Bournemouth Echo:

The yacht - a staggering 83 metres long - was built by Amels Holland at their yard in Vlissingen and is the largest the company has ever produced.

It was purchased in 2017 after it was showcased at both the Monaco Yacht Show and the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show Its interior is the work of renowned designer Tim Heywood and covers five decks.

The yacht sleeps up to 12 guests in 10 rooms, which include a master suite, three VIP staterooms, two double cabins and four double/twin cabins. She is also capable of carrying up to 25 crew onboard to ensure guests can put their feet up.

Bournemouth Echo:

It is moored opposite Sunseeker yachts, which are usually the biggest in the area and attract a huge amount of attention.

But Here Comes The Sun dwarfs them and was attracting attention from passers-by.

The yacht is available for charter and is listed on charter websites. The cost of chartering Here Comes The Sun is not listed.