Published On: Thu, Jun 10th, 2021

David Beckham checks out £10m superyacht in Italy

David Beckham checks out a 110ft £10million superyacht in the port of La Spezia after jetting out to Italy to tour the luxury vessel

David Beckham checked out a 110ft £10million superyacht in the port of La Spezia after jetting out to Italy to tour the luxury vessel.

The former footballer, 46, is said to have met officials from Italian shipbuilding company Ferretti during his recent stay.

In a video shared to social media on June 8, it sees David receive a tour of the four-year-old superyacht Telli which is worth a staggering £10million.

Impressive! David Beckham checked out a 110ft £10million superyacht in the port of La Spezia after jetting out to Italy to tour the luxury vessel

The sporting star looked dapper for the trip in dark trousers, a white shirt and beige cropped jacket, which he finished with sunglasses. 

It is believed that superyacht Telli has five cabins which can sleep ten people and it has a crew of seven staff. 

The luxury vessel is 110ft in size and it is said to have a maximum speed of 15 knots (17mph).

A source told The Sun: ‘David was given the full works by senior management. Telli is the pride of the fleet and perfect for a family holiday. Below deck the doors open to reveal an internal pool.’

Spotted: The former footballer, 46, is said to have met officials from Italian shipbuilding company Ferretti during his recent stay where he received a tour of the four-year-old superyacht Telli which is worth a staggering £10million

Spotted: The former footballer, 46, is said to have met officials from Italian shipbuilding company Ferretti during his recent stay where he received a tour of the four-year-old superyacht Telli which is worth a staggering £10million

David is also reportedly said to have visited Maserati’s plant in Modena to check out a £215,000 MC20 supercar.  

It is not known when the former footballer jetted out to Italy and he has reportedly since returned back to England.

Due to Italy being on the UK’s amber travel list, David will have to quarantine at home for ten days on his return and take a PCR test on days two and eight, as well as a lateral flow test before his return flight. 

Famous friends: David, who is said to have a net worth of more than £322, has enjoyed several superyacht holidays over the years, including staying on Elton John's yacht in the South of France with his family (pictured in 2018)

Famous friends: David, who is said to have a net worth of more than £322, has enjoyed several superyacht holidays over the years, including staying on Elton John’s yacht in the South of France with his family (pictured in 2018) 

Family: The former footballer is married to Victoria Beckham and they share four children - Brooklyn, 22, Romeo, 18, Cruz, 16, and Harper, nine (David and Victoria pictured during a superyacht trip in Italy 2019)

Family: The former footballer is married to Victoria Beckham and they share four children – Brooklyn, 22, Romeo, 18, Cruz, 16, and Harper, nine (David and Victoria pictured during a superyacht trip in Italy 2019)  

There is also the option to pay for an additional third ‘Test to Release’ on day five to end self-isolation early. Travellers will still need to take the compulsory second test on or after day eight. 

MailOnline has contacted David’s representative for comment while Ferretti confirmed the former footballer’s visit in a statement to The Sun. 

David, who is said to have a net worth of more than £322, has enjoyed several superyacht holidays over the years, including staying on  Elton John’s yacht in the South of France with his family. 

The former footballer is married to Victoria Beckham and they share four children – Brooklyn, 22, Romeo, 18, Cruz, 16, and Harper, nine. 

 

What tests do you need when returning from foreign countries? 

GREEN LIST

You will be required to take a lateral flow test within 72 hours of your return flight to England, followed by a PCR test on or before the second day of your return. You will not be required to self-isolate during this time.

The cost of a PCR test can be up to £125 each in Britain, while a lateral flow test taken abroad at Faro Airport, for example, is about €30 (£25).

When arriving in the foreign country, you may also need to need provide proof of a negative PCR taken within 72 hours of your outbound flight, or proof of vaccination, depending on the destination’s requirements.

AMBER LIST

You will be required either to quarantine at home for ten days on your return and take a PCR test on days two and eight, as well as a lateral flow test before the return flight.

Or you can pay for an additional third ‘Test to Release’ on day five to end self-isolation early. You will still need to take the compulsory second test on or after day eight.

British families of four in Portugal now face having to pay £1,500 to buy three sets of PCR tests at £125 each, if they go under the ‘Test to Release’ scheme.

Adding this to the cost of a lateral flow test, which can be bought at Faro Airport for €30 (£25), the total cost for a family of four would be about £1,600.

RED LIST

If you travel to a red list country, or are in an amber country that turns red before you return, you would need to quarantine at a government-approved hotel on your return at a cost of £1,750.

Before you travel to England, you must take a PCR or lateral flow test and get a negative result during the three days before you travel.

You should also book a quarantine hotel package – including two further tests for when you are in the hotel – and complete a passenger locator form.

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