Certified by the Royal Institution of Naval Architects, her origins as an ice-classed research vessel are still part of Olivia's DNA. She is extremely capable with an exceptional range of up to 15,000 nautical miles on a single Deutz engine, but much more comfortable thanks to her zero speed Rolls Royce stabilisers.
For Sale: Inside 67 Metre Former Naval Ship Olivia
No area of the world is off limits to 68.8 metre Olivia. Born in 1972 as a hydrographical survey vessel built in Finland for the Russian navy, she was converted to a yacht in two refit periods from 2006 to 2008 as Delta Bravo One and again in 2011 when her interior was extensively upgraded. Rouvia Road Yacht Design & Construction in the Philippines reconfigured the decks and remodelled the exterior. The interior was transformed to include five guest cabins and crew quarters for up to 26. Later, Northern Italian studio Droulers Architecture created her modern, minimalist and organic décor inside and out. Olivia is listed for sale with Burgess.
Olivia’s tenders include two speed Zodiac tenders, a Zodiac Hurricane with 320hp inboard Volvo-Penta engines and a Zodiac Medline with 115HP Honda outboard engine, as well as a Royal limo tender.
With a generous beam just shy of 12 metres, Olivia has plenty of room for outdoor recreation. The upper deck has space for al fresco dining, while multiple sofas well protected from the sun and can accommodate large parties.
Perfectly private thanks to its location on the aft section of the bridge deck and with large biminis stretched over it, is a Jacuzzi large enough for 12 people. A grouping of sun pads can be found nearby.
A close up of the upper deck lounge shows the simple and fun deck furniture and shaded built-in seating. Adjacent is a shaded dining area for meals al fresco.
On the upper deck are a dining room, a cinema, and the main saloon. A warm, neutral background of veneer and contemporary furniture allow the owner’s colourful art to shine.
Olivia can accommodate up to 10 guests in five cabins, comprising an owner's suite and four double cabins. All five cabins reside on the main deck and share a similar décor with warm wood and a simple, cosy décor. Further accommodation can sleep a crew of up to 26.
A stylish office/study is part of the upper deck, adjacent a cinema room. The design is by Milanese designers Nathalie, an architect, and Virginie Droulers, a visual designer, who favour contemporary style.
Olivia is asking €24,000,000 and listed for sale Burgess