Ulysses was designed by Norwegian company Marin Teknikk, who had previously worked in partnership with Kleven on its offshore, commercial vessels. Built by Kleven and previously known as Hull 366, Ulysses completed refitting in La Rochelle earlier this year.
The explorer yacht offers great performance without compromising luxury and comfort. She is designed for long-range passages in challenging sea conditions and has oceangoing capabilities.
Amongst the yacht’s key features are a 21-metre tender, lifted by specially designed cranes onto the foredeck, a generous swimming pool, a large jacuzzi, a sauna, a gym and a massage room. Plenty of water toys, from motorcycles to surfboards, are also available onboard in the explorer yacht’s garage.
The interiors, designed by world-renowned British design studio H2 Yacht Design, takes advantage of the maximised indoor spaces and the yacht’s impressive 18-metre beam. Ulysses comfortably accommodates up to 30 guests over her seven decks, across 15 cabins. A crew of 40 is also accommodated onboard.
Powered by Caterpillar engines, Ulysses features a top speed of 16.8 knots and a cruising speed of 15 knots.
Ulysses is the largest brokerage yacht sold so far in 2017, overtaking the 85-metre Lurssen, Solandge sold earlier this year.