The OLIVIA O yacht, named after the daughter of Monaco-based billionaire Eyal Ofer, is a massive explorer vessel built in Norway in 2020 by Ulstein shipyard. Weighing in at nearly 5,000 tons and measuring 88 meters (288 ft) in length, she is the 88th largest yacht in the world.


Name:Olivia O
Length:88 meters
Builder:Ulstein Verft
Designer:Espen Oeino
Interior Designer:Droulers Architecture
Speed:15 knots
Engines:Rolls Royce Marine
Volume:4,989 ton

While official photos of the yacht’s interior have not been released, it is known that Droulers Architecture, a Milan-based studio owned by sisters Nathalie and Virginie, designed the space. The yacht boasts seven guest cabins capable of hosting up to 14 people, and 30 crew members can be accommodated in 15 cabins below deck. In addition, OLIVIA O features a large movie theatre, gym, and beauty salon.

With a beam of 16.3 meters (53.6 ft) and a draft of 5.1 meters (16.9 ft), this vessel is not suitable for shallow waters but is designed for remote exploration. Her twin electric Rolls Royce engines allow her to cruise at a speed of 14 knots, with a top speed of 15 knots.

Ulstein shipyard is known for building vessels for the oil industry, and OLIVIA O is their first superyacht construction. Her unique exterior design features an inverted bow, a signature of Ulstein, that distinguishes her as an explorer ship. Espen Oeino designed the exterior, including a 10-meter swimming pool, helipad, and remarkable bridge with a 360° view.

Eyal Ofer, the owner of the yacht, reportedly paid $200 million for the vessel, which generates an estimated $15 to $20 million in annual operating costs. Ofer, with an estimated net worth of $11.7 billion, often takes OLIVIA O on outings with his entire family, including his four children, to the Mediterranean.

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