Olympus was commissioned for a royal family and delivered as Samax in 1996. She remained under the same ownership up until last year when she changed hands and now joins the market following a $10,000,000 refit completed at Monaco Marine. She is exceptionally voluminous for her length offering 881GT of interior volume granted by a 10-metre beam and was designed inside and out by British studio Winch Design.
Olympus accommodates up to 16 guests in total with a two-master layout said to be ideal for long-term, live-aboard cruising. The larger master cabin sits on the main deck and benefits from a private observation lounge and its own en suite gym/hairdressing salon. An elevator services all decks and there are quarters for a crew of up to 17.
On the main deck, forward of the saloon, is an oval dining table that seats 16, complemented by another 16-seater table on the aft deck for al fresco meals. Up on the bridge deck is a skylounge that can be dedicated as a VIP private lounge or a secondary social space with an office area and a grand piano. The elevator runs right up to the sundeck where guests can enjoy a large hot tub, a U-shaped bar and ample seating. Tenders are stowed at a slightly lower level aft keeping sightlines clear.
Guests can also come and go via helicopter with a 3,100kg helicopter landing pad on the sun deck suitable for an EC 135 or similar.
The Lloyds-classified yacht for sale is powered by twin 2,600hp Caterpillar diesels that give her a 4,000 nautical mile range at 11.5 knots cruising speed and a maximum speed of 17.5 knots. Refit work centred around her technical spaces with a rebuild of the engine room and more than $500,000 spent on overhauling the crew areas.
Olympus is asking $28,500,000 and will be at anchor during the Monaco Yacht Show.