Previously known as Sanaborg, the boat was constructed in 2012. The newly reborn explorer yacht boasts a cruising range of 6,000 nautical miles, certification as an ICE Class A1 hull for polar exploration and an exhaustive supply of land, air and sea vehicles for the ultimate exploration trip. Project Ragnar can go to the most remote areas of the planet.
Jen Wartena, CEO of Icon Yachts, said:
Complex conversions require experience and know-how, but also a different mentality: you have to be flexibdle, creative and solution-minded. I think Ragnar is further proof that we have what it takes.
Project Ragnar will offer accommodation for up to 16 guests across 8 cabins, including two owner’s suites. The interior and exterior was created by British design studio RWD. The vessel also has a ski storage for ski gear, a helicopter landing pad, a boot room, spa with massage room, sauna, swimming pool, Jacuzzi and gym.
Also you can find onboard the explorer two eight-metre tenders, a sea explorer submarine, two laser sailing boats, and a Ripsaw EV2 Luxury Tank.
Project Ragnar boasts a certified ICE Class A1 super hull, equipping her with Arctic explorer capabilities.