Dubbed the ‘Viva a Vida’ (“long live life” in Spanish), Tom Brady has back-ordered Wajer’s brand new “77” superyacht.
It will make him the first owner of the $6 million Dutch vessel which boasts 77 feet of deck space and luxury sleeping quarters for 9 people and two crew members.
The Wajer 77’s comfort and ease of control were designed to meet the needs of the target market which are longer times at sea and able to pilot their vessel.
The vessel is driven by not one but three Volvo Penta IPS 1200 D13 diesel engines that churn a massive 900 horsepower each.
The mini ship does weigh a whopping 51 tons. It comfortably cruises around at 30 knots but can be pushed to achieve 37 knots if the need truly arises.
With naval-designed hydrodynamics and a super light Aluminium hull, the vessel boasts a performance advantage over most boats in its size category.
It comes fitted with a state-of-the-art deck cooling system. It automatically cools the teak wood floor on those hot days when the sun bakes them like an oven.
It also boasts an electrically adjustable deck layout. Part of this includes a fully automatic roof that opens and closes at the touch of a button.
You can easily seat up to 20 people on the vessel thanks to spacious seating arrangements near the bow and stern of the boat.
The yacht has three sleeping quarters that can hold up to 9 guests. Each cabin has an ensuite bathroom with a shower, toilet, and hand basins.
The 16-foot master suite has a king-size bed, 4K mounted TV, sofas, and a dresser. There is a junior suite situated in the bow of the ship.
The Galley is where all the food preparation takes place. It’s a decent 7ft x 7ft space with storage cupboards, a sink, and a modern oven and hob.
Tom Brady’s Yacht would include optional extras. These include sea bobs, electrical jet surfboards, optional diving equipment, and even a jet ski.