The 68.2-metre yacht Ragnar is for sale as a converted explorer yacht. Built in 2012, her name was inspired by the identity of the famous Norse warrior king. Photo: Blueiprod / BurgessRagnar was built to take guests out of their comfort zones and into an uncharted world of snowy mountain tops, unforgiving tundra and pitch-black ocean depths that teems with marine life.Photo: Charl van Rooy / SuperYacht TimesBeneath her rugged exterior is an even more untamed commercial backbone that sets the motor yacht for sale apart from luxury explorer wannabes in her class.Photo: Charl van Rooy / SuperYacht TimesWith over 500 square metres of deck space and a total volume of 2,450 GT, motor yacht Ragnar is substantially larger than your conventional 68-metre motor yacht. An impressive 900 GT was added to the ship’s overall volume during the intensive rebuild project at Icon Yachts which lasted three years.Photo: BurgessPhoto: BurgessPhoto: BurgessBoth the interior and exterior design of the yacht Ragnar for sale, are the product of Britain-based RWD. “The owner is hugely interested in medieval battles and weaponry, so we picked up on his hobby and gave the project real character with a helmet-like face,” revealed Charlie Baker, RWD team leader for the project. “He wanted the vessel to have a physical presence and I think the imposing bow and superstructure deliver that.” Photo: BurgessPhoto: BurgessPhoto: BurgessSleeping up to 12 guests taken care of by a crew of 17, the modern and sleekly-styled explorer yacht for sale, is LY3 compliant and one of the few explorers with ICE Class A1 hull.Photo: Blueiprod / BurgessPhoto: Blueiprod / BurgessPhoto: Blueiprod / Burgess
The yacht Ragnar is for sale and awaiting her new owner to traverse to off-the-beaten track locations with her at a comfortable cruising speed of 8 knots. On account of her twin Caterpillar 3516C-HD diesel engines, she can also reach a top speed of 10 knots.