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A 353-foot (107m) yacht built by Kleven Verft shipyard in Norway launched in September. Built for a New Zealand billionaire, the yacht was designed by Marin Teknikk for long expeditions in rough waters. The Expedition Support Vessel will be named Ulysses upon delivery in 2015.

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