Built by the renowned Dutch shipyard in 1973 and last refitted in 2008, she offers every modern comfort both inside and out.
Odalisque features a full displacement steel hull and aluminum superstructure with raised pilothouse. Her large teak deck areas feature shaded dining areas on her main deck aft for up to eight guests, while her top deck accommodates the tender and ample sunbathing space and deck areas for lounging on the foredeck.
Odalisque’s classically styled interior by Dee Robinson comprises a large main salon, with fixed and lose seating areas and games area, a private dining area forward with walnut table for up to 8 guests, and a full beam master suite located mid-ship. Two twin cabins are located on the lower deck. She also has crew accommodation for a maximum of 8 crew in 3 cabins.
Her 2008 refit included a 3-metre transom extension to create a swimming platform, and the addition of Quantum zero speed stablisers.
Cruising comfortably at 13 knots, Odalisque has a top speed of 14.5 knots and a range of 3,500 nautical miles at 11 knots when powered by her two Caterpillar 346 610hp diesel engines.