The 60 metre CRN superyacht Ramble on Rose has departed the Dutch yard Icon Yachts following a six month refit.
The yacht is now attending the MYBA Charter Show in Barcelona following the extensive winter refit, which included a completely new exterior paint job and the installation of custom-made, tinted glass for additional privacy.
A number of interior upgrades were also carried out, including the installation of a new bridge, fitting of bespoke oak flooring in the owner and guest areas and the complete renovation of the crew accommodation.
Following the refit, Icon project manager Jacob de Boer described Ramble on Rose as "a one of a kind Italian yacht" with "a Dutch quality refit finish".
"The collaboration between the crew, Burgess yacht management team and the yard was fantastic, and we would like to thank everyone involved for a successful yard period," he added.
A statement from the yacht management team from Burgess added: "The stay at Icon was a great experience, our deadline to get to the MYBA was paramount and despite challenges they managed to get twice the original work-scope done."
Delivered in 2011, the 60 metre, three deck Ramble on Rose was designed by Zuccon International Project, while interior design was handled by Laura Sessa Design.
She can accommodate a total of 12 guests while her crew quarters can house a total staff of 14.
Power from two 1950.0hp Caterpillar 3512-B-DITA diesel engines generates a top speed of 15 knots and maximum cruising range of 3500 nautical miles at 12 knots.