One of several models in the new KRIGER PROJECTS series, ranging from 90 to 150 metres, Project Odin is a substantial yacht in more ways than one – style, substance, volume and countless amenities. Able to host 13 – 36 guests she has huge potential as a high-luxury charter vessel as well as for exclusively private use. Owners will delight in the expansive dedicated owner spaces, including a huge master owners suite, owners spa and gym and a secret staircase that leads directly to the bridge via a private study and library. 17 further staterooms are on board and all guest cabins have been elegantly styled with H2 Yacht Design’s usual aplomb.
Project Odin features a huge number of onboard spaces, each with their own use and personality, including several living spaces, formal and informal dining areas, gyms and a lavish cinema room. A defining design feature is the optional fold out balconies throughout the yacht’s living and accommodation areas, allowing guests to feel like they are truly on the water. Large opening superstructure doors also let the light in, ensuring that the yacht is filled with natural light and guests feel at one with their beautiful surroundings.
Wellness lovers will delight in the on board offerings of a luxury spa complete with a Hammam steam room, snow rooms, water fountains, Finnish saunas, deep relaxation areas, massage rooms, beauty and hair saloons and several different indoor and outdoor work out spaces. A large infinity pool is located on the main aft deck together with Jacuzzi’s and sunbathing hubs over several decks. Relaxation is at the heart of Project Odin with all these many features combining to ensure that guests can feel entirely relaxed from the moment they step on board.
Project Odin boasts an exceptional range of 8000nm, opening the world up for luxury cruising wherever her new owners may dream to go. This huge range allows her to be self-sufficient and operate in remote areas and a helipad offers extra accessibility for guests to come and go. Powered by twin Diesel engines, she cruises at 17 knots, can reach speeds of up to 21 knots, and has a Lloyds 100 A1 PYC UMS, SCM PAC1 classification. A huge tender garage is able to be packed full with all the tenders, toys and watercraft imaginable.