One of the greatest sports legends of all timer, the former NBA star Michael Jordan (58) and his wife, the attractive Cuban Yvette Prieto (42) together with their friends arrived in Dubrovnik today on the luxury yacht O'Pari anchored in front of the city walls, right next to the mega yachts Eclipse and Octopus.
Yesterday they were in Hvar, and before that they visited Split, the Krka National Park and Skradin and Šibenik, from where they set off on a cruise along the Croatian coast.
The former Chicago Bulls basketball player, member of the Hall of Fame, owner of six NBA rings, is now the owner of the professional NBA basketball club Charlotte Hornets. Jordan is a successful businessman and is believed to be worth around $1.6 billion.
Jordan is married to Cuban Prieto and has two twin daughters, Victoria and Ysabel. According to American portals, this married couple rarely opens up to the public, they almost never speak publicly about each other or their relationship.
The Jordan group took lunch in Dubrovnik and went to the popular Proto restaurant, where they took a pavement table. And sitting in full view of the thousands of tourists inside the city meant that Dubrovnik had a new attraction today. Before lunch they took a walk along the main street, Stradun, and soaked up the sights inside the historic Old City of Dubrovnik. And according to Proto Michael Jordan enjoyed fish and seafood with a glass of Dubrovnik white wine from the Crvik winery, and he finished lunch with a Cuban cigar.
Michael Jordan in Proto - Photo Proto
The O’Para yacht was built in 2020 and the rental week costs one million euros. With 14 rooms of pure luxury the superyacht can accommodate up to 12 people, with 29 staff members. The interior and exterior facilities, with an impressive design, are perfect for enjoying the sun, socializing and entertainment that the Jordanians had on Hvar last night, so the police allegedly had to silence them due to the loud 'partying'.
After his stay in Dubrovnik, it is believed that Michael Jordan and his group will fly home.
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