Canadian steel billionaire Barry Zekelman has rightfully named his $150 million superyacht ‘Man of Steel.’ The 282-foot-long vessel, purchased from Steven Spielberg, features a dance floor, two swimming pools, as well as indoor and outdoor cinemas.


Boats aren’t meant to be boring; a slick one like Man of Steel is proof. Billionaire Barry Zekelman’s luxury vessel is an Oceanco beauty boasting a length of 282 feet with oodles to do onboard a Mediterranean vacation. The ship can be chartered through a host of brokers starting at $1.2 million per week. Let’s explore what you get in exchange for a million dollars on a luxe vacation-


Man of Steel, as stunning as stealthy!
Multiple impressive decks, seven staterooms, and exciting amenities make Man of Steel the perfect holiday home on the high seas for a large group. There is never a dull moment aboard the $150 million superyacht, where 14 guests enjoy niceties from exhilarating to quaint.

The cinema

While movie buffs enjoy a professional cinema with tiered seating, fitness enthusiasts can burn calories in the well-equipped gym. Rejuvenation is found in the wellness center, where not one but two swimming pools help guests relax.

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The beach club includes a jacuzzi for guests to laze for hours on end. The main deck is colossal, with 250 sqm of space that opens into the salon, a hub of activities flanked with comfortable seating.


Conversations and cocktails are best conducted on the bespoke circular dining table, with an appetizing side of uninterrupted views.


An active charter, Man Of Steel, built in 2010, flaunts state-of-the-art diving equipment, three tenders, a rescue RIB, Seabobs, a hoverboard, and more for an unending adrenaline rush.


The vessel is the work of Nuvolari Lenard on exteriors and interiors. Previously called Seven Seas, movie mogul Steven Spielberg previously owned it and named her after his seven children. Powered by twin MTU engines, Man of Steel boasts a top speed of 20 knots, a volume of 2,658 tons, and an annual running cost of $10–15 million.

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The stunning Man of Steel yacht was bought by tycoon Barry Zekelman in 2021
Billionaire Barry Zekelman, worth $3.5 billion, was born with a diamond-studded platinum spoon in his mouth. The wealthy family was known as one of North America’s largest steel pipe and tube makers, a steel business that Zekelman took over at 19. He only grew it into an even more successful enterprise that dubs him a man of steel in the truest sense of the term.


Born and raised in Windsor, Ontario, Barry received his early education in Windsor and later attended York University in Toronto. His love for racing Ferraris and owning superyachts is known. The steel magnate owned Inception yacht and a series of ships named Man of Steel. The Oceanco beauty succeeded a fleet of three Heesen yachts in 2021.

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