The 98m Aviva explores Gulf of Thailand
After spending time in Koh Samui, the 323ft Abeking & Rasmussen megayacht recently cruised across the Gulf of Thailand to Pattaya.
Aviva seen off Koh Samui before her relocation to Pattaya: Photo supplied
The 98.4m Aviva has been anchored off Pattaya since Wednesday (according to MarineTraffic) following a cruise across the Gulf of Thailand from Koh Samui, where she spent several days after an earlier stop in Singapore.
Aviva’s guests and crew were the first group of tourists to visit Koh Samui via yacht since the government scrapped the Test & Go entry requirements on May 1, according to Bangkok Post.
Aviva has a volume close to 5,000GT
Aviva is the third yacht of the same name owned by British billionaire Joe Lewis, 85, who is the majority shareholder of Tottenham Hotspur Football Club. It’s also the second built by Abeking & Rasmussen and was the German shipyard’s flagship when delivered in 2017.
The padel tennis court inside Aviva
The yacht has a remarkable volume close to 5,000GT and features include an indoor padel tennis court. Reymond Langton Design designed the exterior and interior of the yacht, having also designed the 68m Aviva built by Abeking & Rasmussen.