NBA star Tony Parker’s explorer yacht delivered
Infinity Nine, the second of the Kando series of contemporary explorer yachts from AvA Yachts, has been delivered to its owner NBA basketball star Tony Parker.
Infinity Nine is an extended Kando110 model constructed with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure. The contemporary explorer yacht has a custom interior and six-stateroom interior and upper deck master with its own private deck.
The owner’s cabin
The vessel, which has a volume of 333 GT and a range of 6,500 nautical miles, was seen leaving its shed in Turkey’s Antalya Free Zone earlier this year.Infinity Nine
is currently en route to Monaco
“It is a proud and happy day that we as AvA Yachts team have delivered Infinity Nine,” says Atilla Küçükdiker, the chairman and founder of AvA Yachts.
“We describe our Kando series yachts as contemporary explorers and Infinity Nine really is a superb demonstration of both contemporary style, inside and out, and superb exploration potential with class-beating efficiency, huge storage and interior volume, duplicated systems for all key equipment and machinery, and an immensely strong and rugged hull with steel thickness no other builders come close to.”
Tony Parker enjoyed 18 years in the NBA, before leaving in 2019.
Parker, who was once married to Eva Longoria, signed five contracts over the course of his NBA career: four with the Spurs and one with the Charlotte Hornets, where Parker played his final season. Over the course of his 18-year career, Parker netted an estimated $165.8m, according to Sports Casting.
Parker also enjoyed plenty of endorsement deals over the years, with brands like Nike, Tissot, Renault, and Texas grocery store chain H-E-B. Today, Parker has an estimated net worth of $85m.
Infinity Nine is currently en route to Monaco where she will be berthed in Port Hercules and is being offered for charter bookings.