Aviva was commissioned by a British businessman and delivered in 2007 as the flagship of German shipyard Abeking & Rasmussen. She was the second boat to bear the name after the owner upgraded from a 62-metre Feadship, and is the predecessor to the distinctive blue-hulled 98.4-metre Aviva, also from Abeking & Rasmussen.
She is voluminous for her size, offering 2,047GT within a 68-metre footprint, making her living space comparable to that of a 75- or 80-metre vessel. Used only privately, details are slim but she can accommodate up to 16 guests and features conference facilities, a beauty salon, a cinema, elevator and gym. Interiors are the work of British Studio Reymond Langton.
She was sold to "another experienced owner" and is expected to undertake an extensive refit and technological upgrade under her new ownership.
The asking price of Aviva has been withheld.