Listed with an asking price of €84,000,000, Odyssey II was jointly listed for sale by Burgess and Fraser, the latter of which introduced the owner. The four-deck 74 metre superyacht features exterior design penned by the Zuccon International Project.
Odyssey II's stern platform features a massive fold-down door that forms part of a sprawling superyacht beach club.Odyssey II's beach club also has an espresso bar complete with a professional machine and a seating area with wonderful views
The vast open space of the helipad can be turned into a grand entertaining platform. A large tent can be installed to shield guests from the weather while they dine al fresco or take part in a spot of open air karaoke.
The main saloon ambiance is open, casual and sunny. A 3D porcelain panel “cloud” by British artist Fenella Elms adds movement and depth to the central bulkhead along with two Vortex sculptures by Tim Royall.
Odyssey II also features a spacious superyacht gym flooded with light, which can also be temporarily converted to a schoolroom.
Odyssey II features a hair salon/massage room on the main deck, featuring oak décor with a woven effect and a folding hull door that creates a balcony
The primary outdoor dining area is on the upper deck, protected from wind by sliding glass panels, adjacent to the main indoor dining area which is semi enclosed by glass doors.
Odyssey II's interior is characterised by warm lighting and silence. Heavy layered doors have been fitted to the cabins which shut with a muffled click and dampen the engine noise while cruising.
Odyssey II can accommodate 12 guests and 22 crewmembers.