The 68.2 metre luxury explorer Ragnar has been captured underway at sea.
Video courtesy of Guy Fleury
Previously an icebreaker named Sanaborg, Ragnar was built in Holland in 2012 as a multi-purpose support supply vessel.
Now sporting exterior and interior design penned by RWD, Ragnar takes inspiration from "medieval war craftsmanship", "contemporary design" and "British heritage".
Ragnar boasts a certified ICE Class A1 super hull, equipping her with Arctic explorer capabilities. Ragnar also includes luxury accommodation areas, a toy deck and fully certified helicopter landing pad.
The explorer can store two eight-metre tenders, a sea explorer submarine and two laser sailing boats.
Fully LY3 compliant, her accommodation allows for 16 guests split across eight cabins, including two owner’s suites. Standout features will include a superyacht spa, complete with massage room and snow room, a swimming pool and a Jacuzzi.
Power comes from a pair of PC5 diesel electric pod-drive engines for a maximum cruising range of 6,000 nautical miles.
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