Discussion in 'Unique, Custom or New Yachts' started by Rene GER, Mar 13, 2016.
A bit of rollimg indeed. Ulysses does look good in this video though.
The most thing I found interesting about that video is that she was accompanied by a tug that took a line from her. Better watch that paint Mr. Tug.
I was surprised by this as well. It looks as if the tug had a blanket/cover over their "fenders"
116-meter "Ulysses" arriving in Gibraltar and then docking. Looks like she has lost some paint on her port side bow just in front of the anchor pocket.
I'm, quite speechless...what a collection of things, it's genius.
A lot of work for the crew, but for the owner...a lot of fun
Crew just got everything set up.
Owner: "Captain, I don't like this bay, can we move over to the next one?"
Crew: " are you F'ing kidding me?"!!!!
That is an amazing setup!!
When your vessel is too large to get into the marina, make your own.
She has a reasonably pronounced list in that video. I went back and looked at some other vids of her underway and didn't see anything like that. Did you hear anything more about that damage on the bow? Could she have damaged one of the stabilizer fins?
"Ulusses" in Gib offshore.