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Top Speed 16kts
Cruise Speed 15kts
Range 8500nm
Beam 18.0m
Guests 30
Guest Cabin 15
Crew 30
Ulysses is the first private superyacht to be built at the Norwegian shipbuilder Kleven. Commissioned by New Zealand businessman Graeme Hart, this robust explorer yacht has been designed for long-range passages in testing sea conditions.
The 7,000 ton yacht has capacity for 30 guests with interiors by H2 Yacht Design. Facilities include a helicopter landing pad and hangar and a swimming pool. Two specially fitted cranes on the foredeck can stow the custom 21 metre tender, which even has its own accommodation.

Build & Design



  • Name: ULYSSES
  • Yacht Type: Motor Yacht
  • Yacht Subtype: Displacement, Expedition Yacht


  • Length Overall: 107.4m (352' 4")
  • Beam: 18.0m (59' 0")
  • Max Draught: 5.1m (16' 8")
  • Gross Tonnage: 5937.00


  • Builder: Kleven
  • Year of Build: 2015
  • Hull Number: 366
  • Hull Type: Full Displacement
  • Number of Decks: 5

Performance & Capacities

  • Max Speed: 16.00kn
  • Cruising Speed: 15.00kn
  • Range (nm): 8500.00nm @ 12.00kn
  • Fuel Capacity: 470000.00L / 124160.87USG
  • Water Capacity: 309000.00L / 81629.16USG


  • Hull: Steel
  • Superstructure: Aluminium, Steel


  • Guests: 30
  • Passenger Rooms: 15


  • Classification: LR
  • Flag: Cayman Islands
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