The 86 metre Oceanco superyacht Seven Seas has been sold and is now renamed Man of Steel.
First delivered in 2010 and only ever used privately, Seven Seas is packed with premium superyacht features, including a touch-and-go helipad, a range of custom-built tenders, professional cinema and private owner’s deck.
After completing its 10-year Class Survey last year, the yacht was presented in turnkey condition.
The exterior design is penned by Nuvolari & Lenard while the naval architecture comes courtesy of Azure Naval Architecture. The “contemporary and elegant” interior meanwhile was created in collaboration between Nuvolari & Lenard and Molly Isaksen.
Accommodation on board is for a total of 20 guests, comprising the owner’s suite on a private deck with a Jacuzzi, a full-beam VIP, three doubles and one triple cabin on the main deck and a further “sea cabin” on the lower deck big enough for three. The crew quarters meanwhile allow for a staff of 28.
Seven Seas boasts extensive health and wellness facilities, including a swimming pool on the large aft deck, gym, massage room, sauna and steam room.
The asking price of Seven Seas has been withheld.