Price: 15,000 USD /day

Available throughout Southeast Asia

The 165ft /50.29m Custom motor yacht ‘KALIZMA’ was built in 1906 by Ramage & Ferguson and last refitted in 2007. Previously named Odysseia her luxurious interior is designed by Della Tecnica and her exterior styling is by G.L. Watson & Co..

Kalizma’s interior layout sleeps up to 10 guests in 5 rooms, including a master suite, 2 double cabins and 2 twin cabins. She is also capable of carrying up to 10 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience. Timeless styling, beautiful furnishings and sumptuous seating feature throughout to create an elegant and comfortable atmosphere.

Kalizma’s impressive leisure and entertainment facilities make her the ideal charter yacht for socialising and entertaining with family and friends.

She is built with Steel hull and Aluminium / Teak superstructure. With a cruising speed of 10 knots, a maximum speed of 12 knots and a range of 3,500nm from her 33,000 litre fuel tanks, she is the perfect combination of performance and luxury.

Length: 165ft /50.29m
Beam: 20.73ft /6.32m
Draft: 11.81ft /3.6m
Gross Tonnage: 290 Tonnes
Cruising Speed: 10 Knots
Builder: Ramage & Ferguson
Model: Custom
Built: 1906 | 2007 (Refit)
Interior Design: Della Tecnica
Exterior Designer: GL Watson|Della Tecnica

Originally launched as Minona in 1906, she has also carried the name Cortynia and Odysseia. She was also used in both World Wars by the British Navy.

She is The luxury yacht most renowned by Richard Burton who bought her for Elizabeth Taylor in 1967. M/y Kalizma is a 165′ Edwardian motor yacht, which was named ‘Kalizma’ after Burton’s children Kate, Liza and Maria.

Since her 2007 restoration, Kalizma has been further updated to make her unique amongst classic yachts still afloat. After her 2007 refit, Kalizma now sails proudly as one of the finest classic motor yachts afloat.

The present Owner purchased Kalizma in 1995 for his personal use and has since lovingly restored her. M/y Kalizma has sailed extensively for its Owner in the Mediterranean, The Gulf, Indian waters and SE Asia.