What does a yacht need to be the toughest? Ice breaking capability, 30 days of full autonomy, helipad, 10 tonne crane and a name fit for a king… Ragnar has it all.

Originally starting out as an ice-breaking support vessel built in 2012 providing logistical support to the offshore gas and oil industry the owner turned to Icon Yachts and RWD Design to deliver an Explorer yacht like no other. And wow did they get it spot on…

The scale of this yacht has to be seen in person. Her length at 68.2 meters is nothing special in this day and age. But her beam of 17 meters is truly huge (Consider that the Explorer yacht Ulysees at 117 meters long has a beam of 18 meters). The size can really be felt in main Saloon which includes a Bar, Dining and seating area.

On board is very impressive list of toys including 4 Jet Skis, 6 Seabobs, 4 Snowmobiles, kitesurfing equipment, an impressive Scuba Diving setup and a BigBo amphibious ATV.

After spending your afternoon using the toys you could treat yourself to ride on the Airbus EC145 helicopter or relax in the Spa which includes a massage room, steam room and Sauna.

She was used as the location for Phillip Plien’s virtual Fashion show off the coat of Monaco back in 2020 and made an epic backdrop for the shoot. Check out the teaser trailer below…

Capable of sleeping 12 guests in 8 cabins with an amazing and knowledgeable crew of 17 to help you realise your adventures. The only question left is where are you taking her.

Ragnar is available for charter this summer with Burgess yachts this summer for €525,000 per week, and  for sale with Arcon Yachts asking €69,500,000

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