The highly-anticipated superyacht conversion PROJECT RAGNAR currently at the ICON shipyard is expected to be delivered in September 2019 and following her appearance at the Monaco Yacht Show, she will be available for charter in Scandinavia then will take the North West Passage, Greenland, East Coast of Canada towards Alaska.
Previously known as SANABORG and constructed in 2012 as a naval ship, the newly reborn 68.2m/233.8ft 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.
Several tanks were also removed from her original design to create a massive leisure centre comprising a gym, massage room, sauna, cold plunge pool and a snow room. On deck, a swimming pool and Jacuzzi allow guests to cool down or relax in comfort in temperate and tropical climes.
One of the most unusual features, however, is her Medieval warship interiors from British studio Redman Whiteley Dixon, who also integrated British heritage and contemporary lines.
The accommodation sleeps up to 16 guests across seven spacious en-suite cabins, which include a Master suite and five double cabins as well as a twin cabin.
Motor yacht PROJECT RAGNAR will enter the charter market for adventures in Scandinavia and the North West Passage to Alaska following her delivery.