"Odyssey" 134'10" Feadship 1989
- Year: 1989
- Type: Motorboat
- Length (in Ft): 134
- Make: Feadship
- Model: Motor Yacht
Location : Palm Beach, Florida, 33480
11/8 guests in 5 cabins:
1 x Master Cabin on the main deck - King size bed
1 x Port VIP Queen
2 x Aft Queen cabins
1 x Starboard Twin with a Pullman berth (Pullman weight limit up to 85 kilos/187 lbs)
Entering the salon through the electric sliding doors from the aft deck, you are immersed in a warm room for entertaining. Original teak wall paneling from the original build can be found throughout this space, although it is now accented with fabric inserts between the windows offering some contrast. A game table with the ability to shift from chess to backgammon was perfectly crafted along with the large coffee table by Silver Lining of Manchester, UK. Both pieces implore the only darker colors in the room contrasting the two new large couches and two arm chairs. All the overheads were replaced new along with all the lighting throughout the ship. New shades and silk carpeting from Tai Ping finish the room that was well crafted by Redman, Whitely, & Dixon, a company sourced to completely refurbish the entire interior.
Just forward of the salon is the dining room separated by an LED-lit, etched glass partition that nicely divides the space. A large dining table comfortably seats ten guests. Teak wall paneling continue in to this room along with the Tai Ping carpeting. The passage to the starboard leads to the master hallway and the passage to the port leads to the galley.
Just aft of the master cabin is a lovely office and sitting area. A desk is inset facing outboard and on the inboard side there is a large sitting chair and ottoman.
The VIP cabin has a queen size bed in the center of the room, a large walk-in closet, and a large vanity on the inboard side. The room is all bleached oak with a full entertainment system. All lighting and over heads in the guest areas and throughout the ship are new. This room, along with all guest cabins, has backlit soji screens and blackout shades. Along with beautiful fixtures and accessories, this room also has a sitting chair in the port forward area. The bathroom is the same as the other lower guest cabin rooms with Jet toilets and Toto Washlet seats. Marble flooring and counter tops over bleached oak cabinets and floor-to-ceiling glass enclosure for the rain shower with body jets and a hand shower.
Guest Staterooms - Lower Aft:
Both of these cabins were completely renovated during the rebuild to accommodate a queen sized bed in the center of the room. Bleached oak finishes, as well as silk carpets, are found everywhere. Backlit soji screens with beautiful fabric patterns are fitted, along with blackout shades. Drawers can be found surrounding the bed with unique light fixtures on either side. Both bathrooms were completely renovated with gorgeous cream marble floors, Jet toilets with Toto Washlet seats. The marble counter tops are mounted on bleached oak cabinets. The shower consists of floor-to-ceiling glass, a rain shower, body jets and hand shower. Silk carpets are throughout all lower guest cabins.
Guest Stateroom - Port Forward:
This cabin has the same amenities as all other rooms and guest bathrooms. However, it has two single beds and a Pullman, which is ideal for children or nannies.
The pilot house has all teak paneling and gorgeous teak and holly floors. There is a comfortable leather settee on midship alongside a plotting table. The wheelhouse has been completely redesigned with the finest in heat-resistant leather upholstery, corian inserts, and the finest in navigation technology.
The Sky Lounge was the only interior space that increased in volume during the rebuild. This greatly balanced the lines of the ship. As you enter through the electric sliding doors from the bridge deck aft, you are delighted to see a large entertaining space with teak and holly floors, inset wool carpet and a large leather ottoman. There is a large couch that lines the whole forward side and starboard side of the room to seat twelve comfortably. The finishes are bleached oak with new overhead lighting throughout.
A new Hydromar passé rail was installed for med style boarding. The vessel was extended by three meters on each of it’s three levels during the rebuild. There is also a collapsible boarding ladder fit into the starboard bulwark and a Marquipt Tide Rider ladder for the port side. Two large aft deck cupboards with teak varnished tops. A large varnished table for dining with beautiful veneer inlayed patterns is in the center of the aft deck space and will seat fourteen. A small varnished table sits centered further aft on an elevated section of the aft deck surrounded by a comfortable settee and comfortable seating. An awning stretches over the sette