Report reveals what is inside Tottenham owner Joe Lewis’ £113m superyacht

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Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur owner, Joe Lewis, is one of the wealthiest men in the UK, with his fortunes estimated at £4.358 billion, according to Sunday Times Rich List.

The Sun have now disclosed the details regarding Lewis’ infamous and luxurious £113m superyacht. The yacht, dubbed Aviva, is said to measure at 321-feet in length.

It is believed that the business tycoon lives on board for most of the year, with the yacht even being labelled as the 83-year-old’s ‘mobile office’.

Although it has been spotted docked on the Thames from time to time, it is usually found in the Bahamas where Lewis spends his days as a tax exile.

The report reveals that there is a full-sized tennis court on board the Aviva, as well as the largest gym found on any yacht in the world.

The yacht also boasts an exterior relaxation area which features a circular set of lounging pads on the sun deck and a swimming platform that can also open up into the sea. There are even said to be speedboats and jet skis on board.

The yacht is powered by an eco-friendly drive system, reaching a top speed of 20 knots and can cruise at 11 knots on electric power only.

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Considering Lewis is the 12th richest man in the UK, this is more or less unsurprising. Some might wonder how the club can justify wage cuts when Lewis can seemingly cover the costs of the financial downturn. However, Lewis does not pump his own money into Spurs. We are run sustainably from the revenue that we generate.

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