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Ulyssia Residences AG presents 320m superyacht in collaboration with Espen Øino

27 March 2024 • Written by Dea Jusufi

Ulyssia Residences AG has presented a 320-metre residential superyacht concept at the Palm Beach International Boat Show 2024.

Developed in collaboration with Espen Øino and Meyer Werft, Ulyssia will take residents to a "wonderful balance of destinations, from chic yachting ports to the world's most iconic cities, as well as the most remote locations on earth."

Accommodation is across 119 residences and 13 guest suites, with homes ranging from 166 square metres to over 1,400 square metres. Residences are offered in one to six-bedroom configurations and will include reception rooms, open-plan kitchens and terraces. Guest cabins are also available for the purpose of extended family use, as well as for invited lecturers and destination experts – with EYOS Expeditions joining the project as the vessel's "expedition partner".

Interiors are customisable and will be designed by FM Architettura, with eight other designers (including Remi Tessier, Lenny Kravitz and Sabrina Monte Carlo) appointed to give "individuality" to the apartments.

Meanwhile, Swiss-based Chenot will be handling the health and wellness activities on board, including a spa, sports and fitness centre and dental care. A medical facility will also be available, fitted with the "latest, high-quality equipment" such as X-rays, MRI, CT scanners, endoscopy and ultrasound equipment.

Other leisure highlights include a well-stocked signature wine cellar and a collection of restaurants which will feature a rotation of "world-renowned" and "up-and-coming" guest chefs. 

Outdoors, a fully-equipped yacht club, marina, dive centre and submersibles are available to residents, alongside multiple indoor and outdoor pools found around the yacht. A two-level theatre, extensive library and several conference rooms will also be featured, while two resident helicopters are on hand for transport, medical evacuations and to "facilitate epic adventures" such as heliskiing.

"[Every resident] has something in common. They want to travel, they are curious, they are adventurous," explained Alain Gruber, CEO of Ulyssia Residences. "But after that, they divide  up into these sub-groups. You have your foodies, you have your divers, you have your sailors, you have your art collectors, people that interested in reading and book clubs – all those subcommittees will start to form on board and create a real sense of community."

The design team has also promised to introduce "the most technologically advanced and sustainable power system available", including a "fully integrated system for recycling and processing of waste."

Ownership is a shared freehold whereby the residents own the ship in perpetuity and in proportion to the square footage owned.

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