The 44.5 metre Șantierul Naval Galați conversion yacht Prometej has been sold. The deal was concluded by Marco Vandoni of Ocean Independence who represented the seller, and Enrico Mortola of Mortola Yacht & Ship Brokers who introduced the buyer.Originally built in 1957 as an ice breaking vessel, Prometej was transformed into a private yacht by Italian designer Cantieri Navali Di Pesaro in 2005. Her design is focused on blending multiple cultures, with art from all over the world on display in her rooms. Her naval architecture and exterior design is penned by Water Line whilst her interior is the work of Alberta Ferretti.Prometej is capable of exploring various destinations across the globe. The 9.5-metre beamed yacht offers ample interior space, sleeping up-to 12 guests across seven staterooms, who are taken care of by nine. Her interior, inspired by cultures from all corners of the world, includes a spacious saloon, formal dining area for up-to 12 guests, and an office and lounge room. Her exterior features an al fresco dining space and lounge seating.Prometej is powered by twin Mitsubishi Heavy Industries diesel engines, giving her top speeds of 13 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots. She has a 3,200 nautical mile range.