NOVEMBER has seen the super yacht ‘Ulysses’ arrives at the port of Malaga, ‘Ulysses’ is a very significant private pleasure boat that, early this Sunday, November 1, was docked at dock number two.
With its mooring managed by the Port Authority, the arrival of the Ulysses constitutes the most significant berth for a ship of these characteristics in operation so far this year.
Owned by New Zealand businessman Graeme Hart, this highly-rated exploration yacht was built between Norway and Germany. Four years into its manufacture, in 2018 the Ulysses underwent its sea trials before being delivered to its owner.
At 116 meters in length, this superyacht weighing 6,862 gross tons with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, had a final cost of 235 million euros, a price to which represents the amount of added luxury items on board.
With a rating that allows it to board up to 36 passengers divided into 15 cabins, the crew of this yacht amounts to 48 people. The Ulysses has a large pool that is completed with a gym and an area dedicated to water sports.
Showing a helipad where a Bell 429 helicopter lands, this ship shows two of its five transport boats; one of which is a 21-meter long yacht.
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