Rafa has commissioned a bespoke 80 Sunreef Power catamaran by Sunreef Yachts, a model that won't even make its global debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival in September, according to Robb Report.
Measuring nearly 80 feet long, the multi-hulled composite vessel boasts contemporary-style touches including stainless steel portlights, teak sole decks, raised bulwarks and subtle ambient lighting. Power comes courtesy of either dual 1,200-hp or 575-hp engines.
There will be plenty of room for the 18-time Grand Slam winner and 11 of his guests to enjoy the full-beam bow's hot tub and wet bar after parking the jet ski in the stern's garage.
Sunreef Yachts has further details on the other decadent spaces found below deck.
The main saloon opens wide onto the ample aft cockpit to combine the yacht’s interior dining space with the outdoor relaxation areas, where more seating is available along with a wet bar.
The fully customizable saloon can also accommodate for a large galley, depending on the layout selected and houses an elevated interior navigation station.
The immense volumes in the hulls of the 80 Sunreef Power give plenty of room to tailor every unit’s layout to the most specific requirements.
The crew quarters along with the galley and crew mess can be accessed directly from the aft cockpit for more privacy on board. Multiple layout configurations are available to set up luxurious guest cabins for a supreme level of comfort on board.
Info on price isn't currently available, but Business Insider reports that the smaller 70 Sunreef Power retails for about $3 million, so Rafa will probably have to pay more than that when his new luxury watercraft is delivered in 2020.