Steven Spielberg Parts Ways with Iconic 282-Foot Superyacht ‘Seven Seas’

According to Merle Wood & Partners, the world-famous director eventually sold his massive 282-footer last week to an unidentified bidder. The warship, now known as Man of Steel, was marketed earlier this year for a price of $160 million; however, the brokerage firm did not lose the actual amount that was paid for it. The buyer was a longtime client of Denison Yachting’s Thom Conboy, who represented them in this transaction.

Steven Spielberg’s superyacht Seven Seas has been completed

The legendary yacht had its sea premiere in 2010 after being built to Spielberg’s exact specifications by the renowned shipyard Oceanco. The $3.7 billion wealthy entrepreneur and Academy Award winner put no expense spared in creating his “dream machine.” The dream machine has never before been offered for sale.

Of course, there is a cinema onboard

The luxurious interior, which was designed by Nuvolari & Lenard and Molly Isaksen, spans all four decks and provides ample space for entertaining prominent guests. In its nine spacious bedrooms, the ship can accommodate twenty passengers in addition to its personnel of twenty-eight. Steven Spielberg’s owner’s suite is without a doubt the highlight of the performance. It features a full-beam bedroom with an attached bathroom and a dressing room, as well as an office and a patio with a private jacuzzi.

It should come as no surprise that Seven Seas is filled with luxuries fit for film nobility, such as enormous televisions in each room and a movie theater. In addition, there is a hot spring, a sauna, a steam room, a gym, a pool, a large beach club, a helipad, and a variety of lounge rooms and bars. As expected, there is also a completely equipped garage with a tender, speedboat, assorted water toys, and diving equipment.

Seven Seas is well-equipped with toys

It was Spielberg’s responsibility to ensure that Seven Seas lived up to her name. The 74-year-old captain has sailed the superyacht that can go anywhere for the past ten years, traversing all seven seas. It was spotted sailing in the French coastal seas during the Cannes Film Festival, and more recently, it was spotted in the waters around Antigua & Barbuda. The yacht’s ability to cross the Atlantic Ocean is due to two MTU engines, each of which generates 4,680 horsepower. She is capable of traveling at a peak speed of 20 knots and can cruise at a slower speed of 15 knots.

Once Spielberg finished filming Seven Seas, we are eagerly expecting the next maritime masterpiece he creates and waiting with bated breath.

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