Icon Yachts has released a video of 30.7m/100.7ft Heesen superyacht ZABAVA being lifted into a dry dock at the Harlingen facility in preparation for a hull repaint as part of a refit before the summer 2019 cruising season.
Built in 2000, M/Y ZABAVA is constructed with an aluminium hull and superstructure for a shallow draft, allowing her to enter shallower water than vessels of the same size made of heavier materials. The naval architecture and interior and exterior styling is all the work of Heesen, although changes may be made with her upcoming refit. The accommodation sleeps up to eight guests over four en-suite cabins, as well as a crew of four.
VIDEO OF ZABAVA AT ICON YACHTS
The engines provide a top speed of 26 knots and a cruising speed of 22 knots.
Icon Yachts is also working on the highly anticipated 68.2m/224ft luxury yacht PROJECT RAGNAR, a conversion of the 2012-built support vessel SANABORG. PROJECT RAGNAR boasts interiors from British designers RWD that is based on the theme of medieval warfare, and there are a wealth of luxuries including a spa massage room, sauna and snow room.