Octopus was built in steel by German yard Lürssen and delivered in 2003. With exterior design by Espen Øino and interiors penned by Jonathan Quinn Barnett, Octopus is one of the most impressive explorers in the world.
Powered by two hybrid ABB Industry AG E-Motors, Octopus can reach a top speed of 19 knots when underway. Additionally, the superyacht has a globe-trotting range of 12,500 nautical miles when cruising at 12 knots.
Among her credentials, Octopus is Ice-classed with two helipads fore and aft.
Octopus has storage for up to eight tenders, an ROV, and a 10-person submarine named Pagoo.
A true world cruiser, Octopus has explored the coast of Antarctica, traversed the Northwest Passage and discovered the wrecks of long-lost WW2 battleships off the Philippines since her delivery.
On the bridge deck, guests will find a heated fresh water swimming pool with a retractable glass floor that raises to deck level to provide an extended area for entertaining.
Other standout features include a glass-bottomed underwater observation lounge, a cinema, and a fully kitted-out dive centre (pictured).
Octopus' hangar can store two helicopters.
The bridge deck also features a bar, spa pool and pizza oven.
This balcony off the lower deck is equipped with a private lounging area and spa pool.