Shipping steel

Ray White Marine confirms the sale of Man Of Steel, a 36.9-metre superyacht from Heesen Yachts.

Photography by Ocean Independence

16 October 2020


Ray White Marine has announce the sale of the 2005 Heesen 3700 M/Y Man Of Steel, with Brock Rodwell of Ray White Marine representing the buyer and Chris Collins of Ocean Independence representing the seller.

Built and launched by the famed Dutch shipyard Heesen, Man Of Steel has called Florida and The Bahamas her playground the past few years with her previous owner.

Lying in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Man Of Steel was asking $6,750,000 USD.

Man Of Steel has classic aluminium exterior lines and an outdoor layout that is ideal for entertaining.

She has undergone several refits over the years and has a nautical themed interior with bamboo woods and navy blue soft furnishings.

The flybridge offers an exciting bar setup, accompanied by a centered Jacuzzi with vast sunpad areas and portable shading. The beautifully crafted and curved stainless stairs lead you down to a large cockpit area ideal for dining and cocktails on the aft deck.


Man Of Steel accommodates 10 guests in four staterooms with a main deck master, with one of the largest wardrobes imaginable.

Her guest cabins have been kept in immaculate condition, with one cabin accommodating a modern gym, another cabin providing a very functional bunk system with crew accommodation for six.

The aft garage converts into a vast beach club area, ideal for tender, toys and teak laid sunbathing for all guests.

Finished in a classy blue and white painted hull, she is fitted with Twin MTU 16V 4000 series engines giving an impressive top speed of 31 knots and built to ABS class.

Man Of Steel is a fantastic example of the superbly designed 3700 series and will be exported to Sydney, Australia for the upcoming summer season ahead.



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