Thanks to Stuart Larsen of Fraser introducing the buyer, the 68.8-metre explorer yacht Olivia has been sold. After 509 days on the market, she sold with a last known asking price of €17,500,000. Photo: Guillaume PlissonOlivia was originally built in 1972 as a steel hydrographical survey vessel for the Russian Navy and was later converted into an explorer yacht in 2011 by Finnish yard Laivateollisuus. She sports a remodelled exterior and freshly designed interior by Rouvia Road Yacht Design & Construction and the Milan-based studio Droulers Architecture.Photo: Guillaume PlissonPhoto: Guillaume PlissonThe 1,259 GT yacht offers a private cinema, formal dining room, five staterooms and a 12-person Jacuzzi located on her large aft bridge deck.Photo: Guillaume PlissonHer single Deutz RBV 6M 358 diesel engine powers her to a top speed of 15 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots. With her ice-classed hull, Olivia has a transatlantic range of 15,000 nautical miles.
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