Ocean Independence has announced the sale of the 46.7-metre superyacht Como, with Thom Conboy representing the seller and Dirk Johnson from Perini Navi USA representing the buyer. Photo: Ocean IndependenceBuilt with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure by Dutch yard Heesen Yachts to Lloyd's class, Como was delivered in 2012 as the seventh in the yard's 47-metre full-displacement class. The superyacht features a vertical wheelhouse windscreen and a mixture of elliptical ports with straight, masculine side-windows.
With interiors by the London-based superyacht designers Bannenberg & Rowell, exterior design is by the Dutch studio Omega Architects and naval architecture is by the shipyard. In addition, this particular model was built for the yard's founder, Frank Heesen and his wife Petra.
The guest accommodation for 12 comprises six spacious, ensuite guest suites, all of which contain a comfortable and elegant decor filled with natural light. These comprise a vast master suite, a VIP suite on the main deck plus two doubles and two twins with additional Pullman berths. A crew of 10 is also accommodated for on board.
Twin 1,556hp diesel MTU engines give her a top speed of 15.5 knots.
At the time of sale, Como was asking €19,750,000.
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