Explorer superyacht Ulysses renamed M/Y Andromeda


New owner, new name

The well-known 107m superyacht Ulysses has a new name. The new owner of the explorer superyacht has renamed the vessel Andromeda.

A new 116m Ulysses superyacht will soon be handed to Graeme Hart, the former owner of Andromeda. The new vessel is currently undergoing sea trials.

The steel and aluminum explorer yacht was built by Norwegian yard Kleven Verft. She was delivered in 2016 to businessman Graeme Hart from New Zealand. The interiors are styled by H2 Yacht Design and can accommodate 30 guests in 15 suites. It also includes an entire deck dedicated to the owner. The crew quarters allows for a staff of 42 people.


The vessel has a helicopter landing platform and hangar plus a professional cinema with surround sound system. Two elevators are serving all decks. A heated swimming pool, a beach club, gym, spa and a large garage filled with water toys are also available on board.

Powered by a pair of Caterpillar engines, Andromeda can cruise at 15 knots.