Conor McGregor's lavish £2.7m Lamborghini yacht unveiled with boat dubbed 'Supercar of the Sea' and just 63 made

CONOR McGREGOR has unveiled his incredible new £2.7million lavish Lamborghini yacht.

In a post on Instagram, the Irishman revealed a photograph of the 24-tonne, 19-metre long Lamborghini Tecnomar 63, dubbed the 'Supercar of the Seas'.




The 32-year-old had the boat designed and built by Italian Sea Group and Tecnomar for Lamborghini.

And he posted a series of images of the designs on social media last year.

There were only 63 of the boats made, in reference to the year on which Lamborghini were founded in 1963, with McGregor purchasing the 12th model, in reference to his 'Proper No.12' whiskey brand.

The yacht set back McGregor – who already owns a yacht worth a mouthwatering £3.million – a further £2.7m.

The Tecnomar 63 – which boasts over 4,000 horsepower – is capable of reaching a top speed of 111kmph thanks to its 24.2-liter V-12 diesels.

It is the latest lavish purchase on McGregor's part, after he splashed over £1m on a collection of high-end watches, and over £2.5m on a series of cars, including a Lamborghini.

It is befitting of a McGregor's wealthy lifestyle as he has built his reputation and revenue streams over the years, both inside the octagon and out of it.

Back in May, he was named by Forbes as the richest athlete in the world, with a reported worth of £128m; more than the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, and LeBron James.




McGregor will have plenty of time to enjoy his new luxury yacht, as he recovers from a broken leg sustained in his defeat to Dustin Poirier at UFC 264.

In the wake of the injury and the requisite surgery, the UFC handed McGregor a six-month medical suspension, meaning that he will not fight against until 2022, at the earliest.

McGregor had claimed that he had a prior ankle injury going into the fight, but that has been disputed by the Nevada State Athletic Commission, as well as an orthopedic sports surgeon and ringside medic.

 

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