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What is Ronaldo’s yacht called?

What is Ronaldo’s yacht called?

By syrus

As he recovers from his debut season in Serie A, the Juventus legend has been lapping up the sun as in French Riviera with his gorgeous missus Georgina Rodriguez.

And the couple has been appreciating the luxuries on board Africa I, a stunning yacht worth an incredible £15 million that you could rent for such a staggering £180,000 per week.

The motor yacht is been launched in 2010 by the Italian shipyard Benetti and recently underwent a refurb last year. It is a seaside paradise.

It measures 154.20 feet long, has an 8.8-meter beam, and can propose a framework for 12 guests in six cabins, besides a master suite, four double cabins, and a twin cabin spread across three air-conditioned decks.

If the two want to keep their sculpted physiques, there’s a fully-equipped gym on board, as well as Wi-Fi if you don’t want to disconnect from your electronics.

Watersports enthusiasts will not be disappointed.

Africa I has a variety of recreational facilities that will never leave you bored or disoriented at sea. Two Seadoo RXP-X RS 300 Waverunner jet skis, one Seadoo 260 HP Waverunner jet ski, two F5S Seabobs for diving, and a fun waterslide are available.

Guests can also use a paddle board, wakeboard, and snorkeling equipment to boost their yachting experience. And the entertainment doesn’t stop there…

Ron and Georgina also have an outdoor cinema on board, which uses a Sony Ultra HD 4K Laser projector and is ideal for watching a movie under the stars after a day of tanning.

For the romantic at heart, and it should Ronaldo wish to prosecco and dine in Rodriguez, an alfresco dining table on the upper sky lounge is also available.

For those concerned about performance, Africa I is been built with an aluminum hull and superstructure.

It has anchor stabilizers, which reduce the awful feeling of sea sickness when docked in the roughest of seas.

With a cruising speed of 12 knots, a top speed of 23 knots, and a range of 3,915nm from kate’s 65,000 litre fuel tanks, she’ll get you there quickly.

Over the weekend, a bikini-clad Rodriguez was photographed eating a snack on board the Africa I, while Ronaldo was seen diving into the sea and playing on the yacht’s waterslide with son Cristiano Jr.