Dutch shipyard Icon Yachts has shared the information, that a 60-metre superyacht Ramble on Rose, constructes by Italian builder CRN Yachts, has touched the water for the first time after extensive winter refit.


Ramble on Rose was delivered in 2011 under a name Mimtee, featuring exteriors by Zuccon and interiors by Laura Sessa. Sold in 2016, the vessel was renamed and further signed for refit.

The vessel arrived at Icon Yachts’ facility in Harlingen in September 2018. Scheduled for completion in April 2019, the works have been finished on time.



The main refit works have encompassed complete exterior repainting, windows replacement and multiple interior improvements, along with an installation of a new bridge.

In general, the yacht with interior volume of 998 GT spread over three decks, offers on-board accommodation to up to 12 guests, along with a crew of 14.



Powered by two 1950 HP Caterpillar diesel engines, Rumble on Rose reaches a top speed at 15 knots, cruising comfortably at 12 knots under a range of 3500 nautical miles.

Concerning the recent activity of Ramble on Rose' builder, a part of The Ferretti Group, it has started the year with a couple of noticeable projects, including the launch of 79-metre CRN 135 and the sale of 70-metre superyacht project She.

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