Lürssen's 90m Superyacht ICE Listed for Sale

By Heather Collier

The 90m custom superyacht launched by Lürssen in 2005 has now been listed for sale by Greg Gheraia of Blackorange Yachts.

Originally launched as 'Air', and also known at the time as Project Rainbow, she was renamed 'Ice' at her christening in 2005. Having had several owners, she was most recently sold in 2015 for €130,000,000

Built in Lürssen's shipyard in Bremen, Germany, Ice was one of the first vessels to be fitted with electrically-powered Azipod propellers, providing a far more comfortable ride for everyone on board, as well as reducing emissions and environmental impact during longer journeys.

She measures 90.1 metres in length, with a maximum draft of 5 metres and a beam of 15 metres. She has a deck material of teak and a steel hull with an aluminium superstructure. Her exterior design is by Tim Heywood Design, with her interior penned by Terence Disdale

Ice has a top speed of around 18 knots, a cruising speed of 16 knots and a fuel capacity of 400,000 litres. She also boasts a range of 6,000 nautical miles.

In terms of accommodation, she can host up to 14 guests in 7 cabins. She also houses room for up to 27 crew members. She has a large swimming pool on the main deck (stern) in addition to the jacuzzi on the sun deck. Guests can also enjoy an array of entertainment spaces, a private cinema and a sauna.

On the third deck, she features a helipad; carrying an AgustaWestland AW169 helicopter with the call sign P4-ICE, which can transport up to ten passengers. 

She is currently asking for €120,000,000 with Blackorange Yachts.

By Heather Collier
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