The 41.9 metre motor yacht Ocean's Seven has been sold with Northrop & Johnson acting for the seller and Tim Morley of Morley Yachts for the buyer.
Ocean's Seven was built in steel and aluminium in 2012 by Chinese yard Kingship Marine to Lloyd's class with design by Dutch studio Vripack. A refit in 2014 saw her receive new decor throughout including designer Italian furnishings and Oriental artworks and she is offered for sale having completed her ten-year class survey.
Accommodation is for up to 12 guests in five cabins including a full beam master suite on the main deck while below are two VIP suites and two twins, all with entertainment systems and en suite bathrooms.
Standout features include the bridge deck hosting a sky lounge opening onto an aft deck with a dining space. Elsewhere, the sheltered sundeck hosts a bar, an electric barbecue and a Jacuzzi alongside a large bar-food service counter to port.
Opposite two hefty fridges is a large sofa and sunpads forward. During the night, guests can enjoy a party atmosphere as the lights on the Jacuzzi combine with recessed lighting at the base of the bar area.
Ocean's Seven had been extensively operated by her previous owner to many remote locations, a testament to her seaworthy build and worldwide exploration capabilities. Twin 750hp Caterpillar diesel engines give her a range of 4,500 nautical miles and quantum zero speed stabilisers provide onboard comfort.
Ocean's Seven was asking €11,500,000.