BLISS yacht is Leon Patitsas’ $15 million superyacht. She was designed in a joint effort with Helen Yachts and Omega Architects. The striking yacht was delivered in 2007 and is one of the Heesen 4400 superyachts.
She is an impressive yacht with state-of-the-art amenities, offering the best experiences in the superyacht lifestyle.
|Interior Designer:||Omega Architects|
|Price:||US $15 million|
|Annual Running Cost:||US$ 1.5 million|
BLISS yacht interior
The inter of the BLISS Yacht was designed by Heesen Yachts and Omega Architects. The sophisticated interior features a contemporary and global style that creates contrasts between bold and soft colors and textures.
Style elements like black leather, granite, and smooth silk wall coverings, give her the impression of utter luxury on the water.
There is accommodation for 12 guests with a master suite on the main deck and with the remaining cabins on the lower deck configured as three double cabins and a bunk room that is perfect for children. BLISS has accommodation on board for nine crew members.
The yacht features customized deck areas from the designer to maximize guests’ enjoyment. There are elegant dining areas, alfresco eating areas, and an on-deck jacuzzi for guests to enjoy.
There is a well-equipped gym and plenty of space for sunbathing and lounging on the deck with uninterrupted water views.
The fantastic feature of the yacht continues with the water toys on board. BLISS has a selection of jet skis, two tenders, a swimming platform, and snorkeling equipment.
BLISS features exterior design by Omega Architects and features naval architecture from Heesen Yachts. The Heesen shipyard delivered the superyacht in 2007. The yacht’s striking exterior features sporty lines and a black semi-displacement hull in aluminum.
The white aluminum superstructure adds to her style and impression on the water. She is one of 7 Heesen 4400 yacht models and was recently refitted in 2021.
The BLISS Yacht is a 44.17m superyacht with a beam of 9m and a draft of 2.6m. She has a displacement of 458 gross tons and features two MTU engines. She has a top speed of 26 knots and a cruising speed of 20 knots.
She has a range of 3200 nautical miles. The $15 million superyacht has an annual running cost of $1.5 million. She features zero-speed stabilizers that give her guests the best experience by reducing the rolling motion of the vessel in the water.
BLISS yacht owner – Leon Patitsas
The owner of the BLISS Yacht is Leon Patitsas, a Greek shipowner. His company, Atlas Maritime, is an international shipping company with a fleet of tanker vessels. His net worth is believed to be $100 million.
The owner has property across the world. BLISS was previously known as 101 and was built for Jón Ásgeir Jóhannesson, an Icelandic businessman and the CEO and owner of the Baugur Group.