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The yacht Ulysses is a 107 meter expedition yacht, currently under construction for New Zealand based billionaire Graeme Hart. Hart actually is building two new expedition yachts at Kleven: a 107 meter yacht to be delivered in December 2015 and a 116 meter yacht to be delivered in 2016. The 107 meter arrived in Bremerhaven in August 2015, where she will be finished at Stahlbau Nord, under supervision of Dörries Maritime Services. Hart previously owned a smaller explorer yacht, delivered by US yacht builder Trinity in 2003. She is sold and is now named Grand Rusalina. Grand Rusalina’s design was done by Ricky Smith Designs. In 2011 she was put for sale for USD 49 million and sold early 2014.
Graeme Hart is a New Zealand businessman reported to be the richest person in Australasia with net worth of USD 5,3 billion. The 2007 September issue of the New Zealand Listener listed Hart as being the 29th most powerful New Zealander. He prefers to stay out of the general media and makes few public appearances. Graeme Hart has a preference for buying under-
Superyacht Ulysses was built by Benetti as project Nero, and was delivered to her owner Johnny Ronan in 2012. Her length is 56 meter ( 183 ft) Ulysses has an interior designed by Stefano Natucci. Ulysses can accommodate 12 guests and 12 crew. The yacht Ulusses is available for charter for approx. USD 300.000 per week, enquire for your ultimate charter experience . She has a wide selection of toys including wave runners, water skis and paddle boards and she is a RYA Training School.
Johnny Ronan is an Irish real estate developer. He is the owner of the Ronan Group, active in real estate development. He is the co-
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