‘I’m going to be back’: Bella Vita yacht owner returns home to California

Bella Vita Yachts owner Bella Valdivia said on Sunday she is returning home to the West Coast after spending four years in California.

“We have some amazing guests that I have been able to spend time with,” Valdivia told the Los Angeles Times.

Valdivia, a former professional skydiver, first moved to California in 2011 after spending six months living with friends and family in Florida. “

Hopefully this weekend, it will be back to what I love.”

Valdivia, a former professional skydiver, first moved to California in 2011 after spending six months living with friends and family in Florida.

She said she is hoping to open a boat shop in Los Angeles.

After spending four and a half years in the Golden State, Valdivia is set to move back to California.

She said the yacht was built at the Vila Marina in Venice, California.

She spent a year in California working on it, and has since sailed the boat on four other boats.

Vardivia and her husband were able to afford the luxury yacht, which is expected to go into commission in about three weeks.

Her son, Carlos Valdivia, said he was looking forward to spending more time with his family.

Carlos Valdivia and Bella Villa Valdivia in 2012.

The yacht has been in the family since Valdivia married her husband in 2007, and they have had numerous trips to the Bahamas and New York.

The Valdivias have also been in close contact with the owner of the yacht, who is also a former pro skydiving skydive instructor.

Valdivias son, Pedro Valdivia , said he and his mother had an interesting conversation while he was out sailing in Florida in the summer of 2011.

He said Bella would often tell her parents about how she was going to get back on the yacht.