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Credit: David Churchill

First look inside 47m Odyssea following interior redesign by Bannenberg & Rowell

31 May 2024 • Written by Dea Jusufi

The first images of the 46.7-metre Odyssea (ex Lady Petra) have been revealed following an interior refit by renowned British studio Bannenberg & Rowell

The superyacht was delivered by Heesen in 2012 for the shipyard's retiring owner, Frans Heesen. She secured a Neptune at the World Superyacht Awards the following year and was nominated for the Voyager's Award in 2021 for her adventures in French Polynesia during the pandemic

In 2022, she was sold to her new owners and was asking $26,500,000 at the time.

Her original interiors were also styled by Bannenberg & Rowell, while her exterior is owed to Omega Architects.

"The new owners asked us to give her a new look," explained the studio. "A general 'toning-down' was the brief and we set to work with a muting frame of mind."

Odyssea's original interior incorporated geometric forms, exposed metalwork and "bold veneers" to pay tribute to Frans' heritage in industrial plastics. The leathers and metal details have now been replaced with "more restrained alternatives", as have the loose furniture and other fabrics.

The main saloon before and after
Credit: David Churchill

For a personal touch, the owners' collection of artwork has also been displayed throughout including an abstract painting of a blue dog in the main saloon.

Other noteworthy changes include the addition of a sports bar to Odyssea's "theatre room" and the replacement of the television with a larger model.

Odyssea's theatre room
Credit: David Churchill
Credit: David Churchill
Credit: David Churchill

All exterior spaces were also refreshed with new Oceana furniture by Sutherland constructed from teak frames and stainless steel inlays. 

Leisure highlights on board Odyssea include an upper deck Jacuzzi and a "displaced" owner's cabin that uses the bridge deck aft as a private terrace. Accommodation is for 12 guests across six cabins.

Bannenberg & Rowell is also the studio behind the 112-metre Renaissance, which currently cruises as Spain's largest private yacht and one of the world's most expensive yachts for charter.

Read More/7 of the coolest features on Spain's largest superyacht Renaissance

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