Expedition superyacht Ulysses has left Bremerhaven to undergo sea trials with all her equipment in place.

The 107-metre expedition superyacht Ulysses has left the German port of Bremerhaven under her own power. Built for New Zealander Grahame Hart, the superyacht is a little sister to a 116-metre expedition superyacht due for launch later this year.

Built by Norwegian yard Kleven, Ulysses has been in Germany since August undergoing outfitting, which includes being furnished with multiple tenders and a 21-metre chase boat. The yacht will also feature a pool and a helicopter hangar, with accommodation for 60 guests. Because of her nature as an expedition superyacht, her hull has not been faired.


The exterior lines are by Marin Teknikk and she features interiors by H2. Hart previously owned another expedition superyacht called Ulysses, a 59.7-metre Trinity.

Photos by Claus Schäfe/TheYachtPhoto.com