Rafa Nadal's €2.6 million yacht up for sale
The Spaniard's floating home is one of his most cherished belongings, but it's yours if you want it, for a small fortune.
Spanish tennis star Rafa Nadal has put one of his most prized possessions up for sale: his luxury yacht.
Nadal yacht for sale
At 23 metres in length, and with a stunning interior that had Rafa saying "this boat is like home" just two years ago, it may come as a surprise that he is now looking to say goodbye to it. In 2016 he paid 2.9 million euros for 'Beethoven' and now he is willing to accept a meer 2.6 million.
Made by the famous brand Monte Carlo Yachts, it can reach a top speed of 32 knots and has hosted many of tennis' top names including Andy Murray, Feliciano López, Marc López, David Ferrer and other sports stars the likes of footballer Fernando Llorente.Have a look at the images below...
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...and then check behind the sofa for any spare change you may have.
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