The 123.2-metre Lürssen superyacht Golden Odyssey has been spotted departing from Portsmouth, in the UK, after checking in for a short maintenance period at Blohm + Voss. According to BOATPro, the yacht arrived at Blohm + Voss at the beginning of November and remained there until 2 May. She made a brief stop in the UK on May 4.
She is now en route to Gibraltar bearing the same nameplate.
It comes after the 7,600-GT vessel changed hands in a court-ordered private sale in October 2022. Prior to the sale, she had been arrested in Malta after her former owner allegedly put her up as loan collateral.
Golden Odyssey was delivered in 2015 with an exterior by Martin Francis and interiors by the late Alberto Pinto. She is the 28th-largest yacht in the world.
There are at least six other superyacht projects on the dock at Blohm + Voss, including 97.2-metre Carinthia VII.