The 60.4-metre Feadship motor yacht Rock.It has been sold by Merle A. Wood of Merle Wood & Associates and Rupert Nelson at Burgess, with Tom George of OneWater Yachts acting on behalf of the new owner.
Rock.It was commissioned by an American client and marked the third collaboration between Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design and the Dutch builder following work on Musashi and Fountainhead. She was delivered in 2014 and joined the market after a year-long refit that was completed in 2020 and saw her receive new upholstery inside and out, a full repaint, upgraded audiovisual systems, a new owner's office and a number of exterior modifications. She has had one owner since new.
An Art Deco interior features flame mahogany, backlit white onyx and custom furniture by Frank Pollaro throughout. She can offer accommodation for 11 guests in five en suite cabins, comprising a full beam master suite on the main deck, two VIP suites, a double and a twin. There are also quarters for 14 crew.
Her main saloon features a formal bar with two large seating areas to port and starboard. Further forward, a formal dining area is home to a custom table in Macassar ebony and seats 12 guests with glass bulkheads to either side that slide open and lead to drop-down terraces. A 159-inch television screen flips down from the ceiling between the main saloon and the formal dining area, creating a home cinema set-up on demand.
Exterior spaces are generous, too, and she boasts no fewer than three bars on her decks. A circular table on the aft deck is sheltered from the elements beneath the overhang of the sun deck with glass side panels protecting diners from the wind. Another al fresco dining option can be found on the sundeck above beneath a canopy skylight that dims automatically depending on the strength of the sunlight.
Twin 1,520hp MTU 12V4000 M53R diesel engines give the 1,052GT vessel a top speed of 15 knots and a range of 5,300 nautical miles at 12 knots. Her zero-speed stabilisers were serviced in 2023.
Rock.It was asking $44,900,000.