Recharge your batteries: Fernando Alonso’s luxurious rest before the restart of Formula 1

After convulsing the world of Formula 1 in recent weeks with the announcement of his transfer from Alpine to Aston Martin, Fernando Alonso is on v

After convulsing the world of in recent weeks with the announcement of his transfer from Alpine to Aston Martin, is on vacation. While waiting for the return of the highest category to the tracks, the two-time world champion in 2005 and 2006 is very relaxed on his social networks.

On this occasion, the Asturian pilot took the opportunity to show his followers his new yacht, which he acquired a few months ago for a fortune. From Greece and together with his partner, the journalist Andrea Schlager, Fernando Alonso remains active on his Instagram account, where he revealed details about the sustainable boat.

The boat was praised by followers on Instagram.

With a value of 4 million dollars, the boat is fully electric and belongs to the Sunreef Yachts brand, specialized in this type of vehicle. At the time, other athletes such as Rafael Nadal and Nico Rosberg have already acquired one of these boats, which they have enjoyed for several years.

In his publications, El Nano shows the Catamaran 80 Sunreef Power Eco, which was specially customized to his liking. This was requested by the Spaniard just under a year ago, specifically in September 2021, and was delivered in recent weeks. It is the first edition and more are expected to go on sale in the coming months.

He also takes the opportunity not to lose his physical condition.

He talked about his new yacht

Through an interview conducted by the brand of his new yacht, Sunreef Yachts, Fernando Alonso He gave his first words after acquiring it and told where he will use it: “I will probably have my headquarters in Monaco. I will sail along the Côte d’Azur, Corsica and Sardinia. In general terms, the south of France and the Mediterranean will be my navigation zone”.

Finally, the Spaniard commented on what type of use he will give to the boat. “My perfect day at sea wouldn’t start too early. It would be a day off, starting with breakfast on board with friends and family. This would be followed by swimming and some water sports. After lunch, we all relaxed, chatted, and enjoyed the sun. Dinner would be a barbecue that we would prepare and cook ourselves and enjoy together, ”he closed.