125-metre Lürssen Superyacht ‘Golden Odyssey’ Delivered to Owner

According to yachting sources, in the last week of October the highly-anticipated 125m/140ft Lürssen superyacht ‘Golden Odyssey’ was delivered to her owner and, to celebrate, we reveal footage of her cruising down the River Weser in Germany.

Serenely sailing past river banks enveloped in fog, Golden Odyssey’s huge profile cannot be missed. At 125 metres, she is the largest motor yacht to be delivered this year, exceeding the 102-metre Feadship superyacht Symphony

She also ranks in the top 15 largest luxury yachts in the world.   

Previously known as ‘Project Tatiana’, she is currently moored in the Mediterranean. This follows her launch in March from the Lürssen shipyard in Bremen, Germany and her subsequent sea trials, which took place in mid-June.

Her luxury amenities include a helipad, swimming pool, spa, elevator and spacious beach club that can be spotted on the video footage. It has also been recently confirmed that her interior is styled by Martin Francis of Francis Design.

Powered by a diesel-electric propulsion system, luxury yacht Golden Odyssey boasts Zero Speed Stabilizers to ensure the upmost comfort for those on board, whether at anchor or cruising.

It is not yet known whether M/Y Golden Odyssey will join the charter market. However, you can browse all Lürssen superyachts available for charter.

Golden Odyssey’s huge profile cannot be missed

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