The 49.8 metre Heesen motor yacht Man of Steel has been sold with the buyer and seller represented by Thom Conboy and Chris Collins at Denison Yachting.
Built in aluminium by Dutch yard Heesen to a design by Omega Architects, she was delivered in 2011 as the first in the yard’s 50 metre series and went on to win Neptune trophies at both the 2012 World Superyacht Awards and the 2012 ShowBoats Design Awards. A sophisticated interior by Remi Tessier accommodates 10 guests in five well-appointed cabins.
Her guest accommodation consists of a full-beam master suite, two full-beam VIP suites and two twin cabins, all with full en suite bathroom facilities. Only privately used and immaculately maintained, her impressive speed is complemented by eco-friendly fuel usage. On the lower deck is a stern garage that connects to the engine room, the four guest cabins and crew quarters in the bow.
The main deck saloon has comfortable seating on an open-ended U-shaped set of sofas in front of two high gloss teak tables and a pair of leather and stainless steel armchairs at the open end, while forward is a circular formal dining saloon. Outdoors, she offers several areas for relaxation and entertaining, including a 20-metre sun deck offering a custom Jacuzzi, sunbathing terrace, seating area and a full wet bar. She is powered by twin MTU diesel engines, giving her a top speed of 24 knots and a range of 4,375 nautical miles at 10 knots.
Man of Steel was asking $26,500,000.