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Video: Life on board 107m explorer yacht Ulysses

When she was delivered to her owner back in March, the 107 metre Ulysses was hailed as the ultimate explorer yacht.

With rugged exterior styling by Oscar Mike and a serious long-range cruising capability, it’s not hard to see why, but this new on board video shows that her interiors are just as impressive:

In the two-minute clip, we are given a glimpse of what a day on board Ulysses is like, with the guests arriving by helicopter before heading straight to the bridge to plan their next expedition.

Next up is a quick dip in Ulysses’ aft deck swimming pool, which measures 11 metres long, before heading out onto the open water to try out wakeboarding, waterskiing and flyboarding.

As night falls, the guests move up to the upper deck for a formal meal, followed by after-dinner entertainment in the games room, complete with pool table and on board cinema.

The video also shows off Ulysses' superyacht gym and her impressive storage capacity, which means you can explore on land with motorcycles, ATVs and dirt bikes.

One of the world’s largest explorer yachts, Ulysses can accommodate up to 30 guests and is manned by a crew of 30 people. Her globetrotting range of 8,500 nautical miles at 12 knots is made possible by a total fuel capacity of 470,000 litres.

The first superyacht launched by Norwegian commercial yard Kleven, Ulysses is currently offered for sale. Other projects currently under development at Kleven include the 116 metre K370, which is due to launch next year.

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