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| Ulstein Verft AS | 88.52M | "Olivia O" | 2020 |

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  1. Yacht News

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    This Ulstein X-bow superyacht has been on the lips of many even before she was fully completed. Her unique exterior appearance was drawn by Espen Oeino in conjunction with the yard while the interior is the work of Droulers Architecture. The 88.52-meter vessel takes its design from offshore supply vessels and lends to her deep-sea explorer credentials. The displacement superyacht features podded propulsion by Rolls Royce. Onboard she will be very spacious offering a healthy beam of 16.28-meters and a draft of 5.1-meters. Here is a very recent video of the yacht sitting outside of Gibraltar harbour.

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    That is easily in my Top 5...
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    Yes she is one fabulous looking yacht! Different yes but nice. The diversity makes the industry fun to be in.
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    Slightly aerial now with some drone footage of her in Antibes.

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    I love the X Bow design. She is easily in my top 10 favorite yachts. I hope that more owners will follow this X Bow design.
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    "Olivia O" also arrived back in Gibraltar after crossing from the Caribbean.