Ulysses, a newly completed superyacht that is less than a year old, made its first visit to Miami this week and docked at Island Gardens.
The yacht is owned by New Zealand billionaire Graeme Hart, according to Superyacht Times.
It was completed in June 2018 and is valued at $250 million.
At 381 feet, it is now the largest expedition yacht in the world, Superyacht Fan wrote.
A smaller 69-foot yacht is stowed securely on board, part of a fleet of tenders for day trips.
At the top is a helipad, along with a hangar that securely stores a Bell 429 helicopter on longer voyages.
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At 381’ M/Y Ulysses is the biggest #superyacht @islandgardens has hosted to date. 🙌🏼🧿 • Bigger than previous visitors Luna, Kismet, Savannah, Aviva and Global… Probably forgetting some other big boy names 🤔 but yeah.. • Sun came out right after she docked! 🤗☀️ #itsasign #moretocome #grateful