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Camper & Nicholsons sells Feadship superyacht Odyssey

Great news from Camper & Nicholsons as the 41.1m motor yacht Odyssey is sold in an in-house deal.

Built in steel and aluminium by Dutch superyacht yard Feadship at the De Vries facility to a design by De Voogt Naval Architects, she was delivered in 1989 and had an extensive refit in 2011.

Bureau Veritas classed, she offers ample interior volumes with generous living spaces and light, airy staterooms. Accommodation is for up to 11 guests in five staterooms including a master suite on the main deck and a VIP cabin, two doubles and one twin with a Pullman berth on the lower deck. She also has additional accommodation for a team of seven crew.

Odyssey has a classic, stylish interior design. In her main saloon, dark wood furnishings are complemented by crisp white fabrics and neutral tones to create a sense of understated elegance. This leads on to the formal dining area which has an intimate setting to enjoy special evening meals.

Outdoors, four decks offer an array of luxury amenities to keep all guests entertained. The expansive sun deck has a Jacuzzi, sun beds and a barbecue for al fresco dining while the bridge deck boasts an outdoor cinema where guests can enjoy movies under the stars. Twin 770hp Caterpillar engines give Odyssey a cruising speed of 12 knots. She was asking $14 million.

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