Odessa

    The 160-foot Odessa, launched in the summer of 2009, was a milestone for Christensen Yachts. The sleek black hull and silver-gray superstructure makes quite a nautical fashion statement, but the interior is just as striking. Designed around the furnishings of Armani Casa, the interior is a rich, dark tapestry of satin black walnut woodwork complemented by stonework done in-house at Christensen's yards in Washington State. The yacht comes with three tenders as well as a battery of water toys. It puts Christensen in league with many of the top European shipyards.

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