Icon Yachts completes refit on 68 metre superyacht Icon
by Risa Merl
Icon Yachts has completed an extensive refit of 68 metre superyacht Icon.
Icon was the the Dutch shipyard's first build and has been transformed into a 68 metre luxury yacht by a five metre extension that took only six months. She features naval architecture by Vuyk Engineering and exterior styling by Redman Whiteley Dixon.
With a 11.4 metre beam and 3.6 metre draught, Icon's new exterior now features an impressive five metre infinity swimming pool. She has also been fitted with a large six person sauna, large gym, shower and dive store. She has been completed repainted in the renowned Alexseal application.
The interior was revamped by Icon Yachts' design team in collaboration with the owner's team. The open plan upper saloon is quipped with hidden televisions while the main deck saloon now boasts a cinema and refinished staircases.
Icon also features major technical updates that includes new Scania generator sets that have dedicated sound shielding. She also has a upgraded bow thruster to fit her extended hull.
The new and improved superyacht Icon is available for viewing. Post Monaco yacht show, she will set sail for the Caribbean with her owner for the winter the season.