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Massive price drop on superyacht Ulysses at Fraser and Burgess

Eye-watering news just in from Stuart Larsen at Fraser Yachts of a $12.5 million price cut on his joint listing with Burgess, the 59.74m expedition yacht Ulysses.

Built and equipped for action by U.S. builder Trinity Yachts in 2006, Ulysses combines tough, go-anywhere expedition capability with a luxurious interior that surrounds guests in great comfort and style.

Ulysses has a rugged steel hull and aluminium superstructure and, powered by twin Caterpillar engines, she can be self-sufficient for long periods. At a cruising speed of 12.5 knots, her range is 6,000 nautical miles and she is fully equipped to take guests well off-the-beaten-track.

Lloyds registered and MCA compliant, this superyacht has a vast array of equipment, including RIB tenders, a five-person Perry submarine, two waverunners, a dive compressor and helipad.

Accommodation is for up to 16 guests in a master suite, five double and two twin cabins along with three Pullman berths.

En route to the South of France, Ulysses is now asking $36.5 million.

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