The 36.9-metre yacht Man of Steel has been sold, thanks to Ocean Independence's Thom Conboy and Chris Collins representing the seller and Brock Rodwell of Ray White Marine representing the buyer. The deal concluded after 495 days on the market with a last asking price of $6,750,000.Photo: Ocean IndependenceMan of Steel (ex: Totally Nuts ) was built in aluminium by the Dutch yard Heesen in 2005 and has since undergone maintenance works at the Lauderdale Marine Center earlier this year. With her previous owner, Man of Steel has spent the majority of her time cruising in and around Florida and The Bahamas and is now due to be will be exported to Sydney, Australia.She features Heesen exterior styling and an interior design by the Netherlands-based Omega Architects who have devised a nautical-themed decor with bamboo woods and navy blue soft furnishings.Photo: Ocean IndependencePhoto: Ocean IndependenceOn board, she accommodates up to 10 guests across four cabins comprising a main-deck master suite, two double rooms and a children's room. In addition to the gym, the Heesen superyacht features an aft garage that converts into a large beach club area, a flybridge with a bar and Jacuzzi and a large cockpit area for dining on the aft deck.Photo: Ocean IndependencePhoto: Ocean IndependencePowered by twin 3,650hp MTU diesel engines, Man of Steel has a top speed of 31 knots and a cruising speed of 28 knots.
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