Camper & Nicholsons has announced a new central agency listing in the form of 67.5m M/Y Icon, listed exclusively with Jean-Marie Récamier. She is currently based in the Caribbean and has an asking price of €62.5 million.
The delivery of Icon – the largest vessel in Icon Yachts’ four-yacht fleet to-date – in October 2010 came two months after the delivery of the Dutch yard’s first hull, 62.5m Baton Rouge. Icon is constructed with a steel hull and an aluminium superstructure and has a gross tonnage of 1,295GT. Her condensed superstructure sees this fall marginally under the average of 1,370GT for 65-70m motoryachts on the water, but it has allowed Redman Whiteley Dixon, the exterior designers, to apportion a much larger living space at the aft of the protracted main deck.
In 2014, Icon underwent a full refit that included a five metre hull extension, enabling a swimming pool extension, an expanded beach club, a larger gym, a new Hammam and a sauna. There was also an upgrading of all on board systems to ensure that she evolves with the latest technologies. Furthermore, she was given a new Alexseal paint finish.
There has also been a minor re-arrangement of the interior spaces – the upper deck is now completely open-plan and full-beam, whilst the main deck salon received the installation of a cinema. The interior styling is contemporary and was designed by Studio Linse. There is accommodation for 14 guests over seven staterooms, comprising a master suite, three double staterooms, two twin staterooms and an additional twin cabin.
She has two Quantum two-fin zero speed stabilisers on board for roll reduction whilst underway and at anchor – with peak performance at 15 knots. Her 160,000 litre fuel capacity is under the 192,000 litre average for 65-70m yachts. However, she can still attain a globe-trotting range of 6,000 nautical miles powered by her two MTU 2,480HP engines at her 13-knot cruising speed – making her a more than adept world-cruiser if desired.