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68m conversion Project Ragnar nearing completion at Icon Yachts

Dutch shipyard Icon Yachts has shared new photos of the 68-metre (223-foot) explorer superyacht Project Ragnar making progress in Harlingen.

The vessel, initially built as an icebreaker yacht named Sanaborg, entered the Icon shed in July 2017 for a stark interior and exterior makeover from British design studio RWD. She will be one of the few explorer superyachts with a certified ICE Class A1 super hull.

Project Ragnar is LY3 classed with arctic explorer capabilities, full ice-breaking functionality with its unique ICE-class PC5-rated electric-driven ice pods, giving a vast 6,000nm range.

The yacht will offer accommodation for up to 16 guests across eight cabins, including two owner’s suites. During the conversion, several tanks are being removed and the space being converted into a superyacht spa area complete with massage room and snow room. 

At her aft toy storage areas, Ragnar will have options for a Luxury Ripsaw EV2, Eurocopter EC145 helicopter, two 8-metre tenders, a sea explorer submarine, two laser sailing boats on board and much more.

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Source: Yacht Harbour

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