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Odessa features a water mist system, providing a cool breeze for all guests in sunny locations.
The yacht Odessa II is a 73 meter luxury yacht built at Nobiskrug. She was originally the 2nd yacht of an order of 6 yachts, all equal in size. Due to the financial crisis, 4 yachts were canceled, only the first (Plan B) and Odessa II were completed. Luxury yacht Odessa is designed by Focus Yacht Design, while H2 Yacht Design is responsible for her interior. She can accommodate 12 guests, catered for by a crew of 19. All photos on this page by Ship-Dreams.de The yacht Odessa is not available for charter, but enquire for your ultimate charter experience on other yachts.
Len Blavatnik was born in Russia and immigrated to the United States in 1978. He studied at Columbia University and Harvard Business School. In 1996 Blavatnik founded the investment company Access Industries. He started with Russian investments, after the fall of communism, but later diversified to international investments in chemicals, oil, aluminum, media and real estate. Blavatnik’s current investments include Warner Music Group, UC Rusal, LyondellBasell, Rocket Internet, Zalando, and the famous Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat on the French Cote d’Azur. Blatnavik is one of the world’s richest people, with an estimated net worth of USD 16 billion. He is an active philanthropist through his Blavatnik Family Foundation. Donations include GBP 75 million to the University of Oxford to establish a new school of government, US$ 50 million to Harvard University to sponsor life sciences entrepreneurship at the university and US$20 million gift to Tel Aviv University (TAU) to launch the Blavatnik Initiative, a multi-year program committed to the advancement of interdisciplinary scientific research, discovery, and development. He is married to Emily Appelson Blavatnik, he and his wife have four children, two sons and two daughters. The Blavatnik family resides in London.
Len Blavatnik House
Leonard Blavatnik owns several houses. His most famous is his US$ 250 million mansion at London’s Kensington Palace Gardens. The house has 13 bedrooms, an indoor - outdoor pool, a cinema, a wine cellar and an underground car park with lift for Len Blavatnik’s cars. He bought the house in 2004 for a reported USD 50 million, but it has now quadrupled in value. Blavatnik also owns a townhouse at 15 East 64th Street in New York, which he purchased for USD 50 million. And he owns a 14 room apartment at 998 Fifth Avenue. Blavatnik also owns properties in France, such as the Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat and the Hôtel de Vendôme in Paris.