$150 million 98-metre British billionaire's megayacht arrives in the city
Author: Yên Updated: 18/05/2019 Views: 2

150US$ 98-meter superyacht Aviva, owned UK billionaire Joe Lewis, currently valued by Forbes at 5 billion US$, on May 13, anchored in the Da Nang-based Tien Sa Port.

The Bristish billionaire is now a major shareholder in Tottenham Hotspur Football Club. His link with football came in the late 1990s, when he, his son Charlie and protege Levy set up an investment trust called English National Investment Company. It then became a fully listed company and with it they bought stakes in several football clubs, including the Spurs.

Launched in January 2017, Aviva was designed by British design studio, Reymond Langton, morphing into their largest creation to date. Boasting large interior volumes throughout its hull, Aviva also manages to feature some exterior space to take in the sun.

During his ongoing stay in Da Nang, billionaire Joe Lewis is scheduled to enjoy leisure time in Da Nang, and Hoi An in its neighbouring province of Quang Nam.

Previously, the superyacht had entered the waters off the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho on 6 May, and strolled there for 2 days. Afterwards, on 8 May, it docked at the An Thoi Dock on Phu Quoc Island off the southern Vietnamese province of Kien Giang, allowing the British billionaire to spend a relaxing time here.

The Viet Nam trip was part of the British billionaire’s around-the-world voyage on his superyatch Aviva.

Due to its length of 98m, the yacht finds it quite hard to anchor in the Tien Sa Port

Some crewmembers on board joining forces with the port's functional bodies to anchor the ship at the right position

Billionaire Joe Lewis (in dark purple) started his visit

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