After entering the market in February 2022, the 46.75 metre Heesen motor yacht Odyssea has been sold by Thom Conboy and Chris Collins at Denison Yachting, with the buyer introduced by Josh Gulbranson at Fraser.
Built by Dutch shipyard Heesen Yachts to Lloyd's class and MCA compliant, Odyssea was delivered in June 2012 as the seventh in the yard's award-winning 47 metre full-displacement class. Originally delivered under the name Lady Petra, the yacht was designed by Omega Architects for the yard’s founder, Frans Heesen, and his wife Petra.
Odyssea features a vertical wheelhouse windscreen alongside several windows and elliptical ports. The tri-deck yacht's levels are "balanced" in the way they are stacked, giving the yacht a "classical accent," according to the designers.
Her Bannenberg & Rowell-styled interiors sleep 12 guests in six cabins, comprising a large main deck master suite, a VIP suite plus two doubles and two twins with additional Pullman berths. Each cabin benefits from "soft and sumptuous decor" as well as ample natural light. Other standout features include a Jacuzzi on her upper deck, aft of a covered al fresco bar and skylounge.
Twin 1,555hp MTU engines give her a range of 4,200 nautical miles and she won the category of Displacement Motor Yacht below 500GT at the 2013 World Superyacht Awards.
Odyssea was asking $26,500,000.