Delivered in 2017, the AVIVA superyacht is a striking sight with its length of 98.4 meters (322.83 ft), ranking it high on the list of largest yachts worldwide.
Built by the renowned German shipyard Abeking & Rasmussen, AVIVA has been a standout in the world of luxury yachts since its inception, winning the Motor Yacht of the Year award at the World Superyacht Awards in 2018.
|98m (323 ft)
|Abeking & Rasmussen
|US $250 million
|Annual Running Cost:
|US$ 15 – 25 million
Mr. Lewis started his early entrepreneurial life by currency trading, enabling him to have a more thorough insight into the business world.
Making him one of the wealthiest people on the earth with an accumulated net worth of over 4.5 billion pounds; enabled him to buy many luxury cars and Aviva yacht, the 250-million-dollar beast.
AVIVA was built by the boat building company Abeking & Rasmussen, situated in Lower Saxony. Abeking & Rasmussen is a company aimed at engineering yachts, naval vessels, and cruise ships.
They were also responsible for building AVIVA’s sisters Elandess, Cloudbreak, and Excellence.
Reymond Langton Design was responsible for designing this gorgeous yacht. They are an award-winning company that prides itself on its creativity and passion with well over a decade of experience in the superyacht designing industry.
They were also responsible for creating the Serene superyacht and Nobiskrug yacht Mogambo.
AVIVA Yacht Exterior
AVIVA’s exterior displays a sleek and modern all-blue design, distinctive among today’s superyachts. Notable outdoor facilities include a Jacuzzi, a large swimming pool, a helipad, and a spacious sundeck for relaxation and entertainment.
The yacht also boasts a collection of water toys, including jet skis, sea bobs, and inflatable slides for guests to enjoy.
AVIVA Yacht Interior
Designed by Reymond Langton Design in collaboration with Toby Silverton, AVIVA’s interior offers a contemporary and luxurious aesthetic. The yacht can accommodate up to 16 guests in eight state-of-the-art suites, complemented by a crew of 35.
The owner’s suite, located on the upper deck, features an office, private lounge, and a large en suite bathroom. The remaining guest cabins, consisting of two VIP suites and five double cabins, can be found on the main deck, each outfitted with en suite facilities.
AVIVA’s standout feature is a full-size padel tennis court, located in the lower deck. The yacht also features a beach club, a spa, a gym, a swimming pool, and an elevator connecting all the decks.
Similar to her sister yachts, she is also made of steel and has a solid superstructure made out of aluminum.
Powering this 98-meter-long superyacht are twin diesel-electric MTU engines capable of outputting 3,862 horsepower.
Along with her 364,705-litre fuel tanks, she can run comfortably at a speed of 14 knots and reach a max speed of 20 knots.
AVIVA can now comfortably accommodate 16 guests and carry up to 35 crew members after being refitted twice since its launch.
AVIVA Yacht Price
The estimated cost of AVIVA was around US $150 million. The annual running costs are estimated to be between US $12 to 15 million, based on usage.
AVIVA is not currently for sale or available for charter.
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