The Project ICE Super Yacht Uses
Traditional Propulsion Capabilities
Such as a Huge Kit
Whether it is the French Riviera, Dubai or Miami, where we meet and see the most beautiful and most extravagant yachts, you certainly have not met yachts that are equipped with a large dragon. Today we dive and look at one of these. We are talking about this 61-meter luxury superyacht, which is not only energy efficient but also full of everything a cruise lover can wish for!
The ICE Project is a collaboration between Red Yacht Design and Dykstra Naval Architects. The cruiser is equipped with a low-resistance fuselage (designed to be efficient at all speeds up to 20 km / h) and a dagger plate along with a huge sail that measures 1700 square feet and flies 600 feet above the supercar.
In addition to the impressive technology, the superyacht boasts 5,100 square-feet of open-air spaces, including a sunbathing area, a pool and a huge lounge area, a dining area for 12, two full-size bars, a touch-and-go helipad at the bow, and a private sundeck with a barbecue and Jacuzzi at the flybridge deck. Inside, it accommodates four spacious guest cabins that can accommodate up to 10 people, a full-beam owner cabin fitted with his-and-her bathrooms and closets, an office, a lounge area, and a spa and two lounge areas that double as dining rooms.
The ICE project will satisfy the desires of many lovers of boundless sunsets.