AUSSIE RULES yacht for sale was built in 1996 by Oceanfast. Aussie Rules is a motor yacht with a length of 26.5m. The yacht's builder is Oceanfast from Australia who delivered superyacht Aussie Rules in 1996. The superyacht has a beam of 6.8m, a draft of 1.7m.
Aussie Rules is currently not for sale, but there are currently 2290 yachts for sale in the world. Motor yacht Aussie Rules was last sold in 1995. According to data from our market intelligence system SYT iQ, she was one of the 58 yachts that were sold in 1995. It is not known if yacht Aussie Rules has a superyacht infotainment system by YachtEye.
Aussie Rules was the showboat for the range that never eventuated. As such, it has a long list of features and equipment that you won't find on a production vessel. The loaded boat was selling for US$4.9m at the time, but has returned to the market with a US$1.89m asking price two decades later.
Motor yacht Aussie Rules is currently not believed to be available for private Charter. To view similar yachts for charter , or contact your Yacht Charter Broker for information about renting a luxury charter yacht.
Oceanfast’s SuperYacht NOMAD (ex AUSSIE RULES and FLORIDIAN) has been sold. Marco Vandoni, a Yacht broker at Ocean Independence announced the yacht was sold to a European client who viewed the yacht at the end of the 2009 Monaco Yacht Show. The buyer was introduced to Marco Vandoni by Philippe Mahot of Navigator.
The “Aussie Rules”, built for Greg Norman, was designed for the ultimate fisherman with luxurious living accommodations for extended periods on the ocean. The newly refinished interior sleeps 10 owners and guests plus crew quarters and has five heads.
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Greg Norman took delivery of his new toy in 2005. At 69.5 metres (228 feet) in length, it's the world's largest aluminum and composite private yacht. He named his beautiful yacht "Aussie Rules". Back w hen Greg Norman first cruised into Sydney Harbor, onlookers gasped at the immense size of the yacht.