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ICON Yachts is a Dutch based shipyard in Harlingen, The Netherlands. ICON Yachts was founded in 2005 by Dutch entrepreneur Ton Van Dam. Soon after, he was joined by four business partners, including the company's current chief executive officer Jen Wartena, to help sustain the shipyard's growth. Icon is located on reclaimed land just outside of the historic port of Harlingen, with complete open-water access through locks and bridges. Icon Yacht's facilities include a large covered and heated dry dock with sufficient space for yachts up to 150 meters in length and 7.5 meters of draft. The yard has a 4,500 ton travelift. In 2009, Lloyd's Register awarded ICON Yachts with the ISO 9001:2008 certificate for its quality in management systems, making it one of world's first ever shipyards to receive the recognition. ICON Yachts' first ever build was a megayacht of the same namsake; ICON. By 2015, the Icon Yachts announced the largest order in the company's history, a new build designed by yacht designer Tim Heywood who would pen the exterior lines. Scheduled to be completed in 2017, the yacht is reportd to be in ecess of 80 meters.
Icon Yachts unveils latest superyacht concept: Selazzio 95-meter Explorer at Monaco A new whimsical concept emerges from the shadows of Icon's design house just in time for the Monaco Yacht Show (MYS). In fact they collaborated with Austrian design house Motion Code: Blue on this large explorer design. She is called Selazzio 95 Sea Palace and is a 95-meter explorer superyacht that was far removed in design from the typical explorer.
Icon Yachts in the Netherlands serves up their latest yacht design. It's a motoryacht measuring in under 100-feet with a design by Ken Freivokh. The 95-footer is not a concept but a yacht ready to build and is seriously up for sale to a prospective owner, asking 10.5 million Euros. The 172-tonne yacht isn't fast but more a luxury cruiser with an envisioned top-speed around 12-knots. She's electrically driven Hydrosta azimuthing thrusters which get their power from Lithium Ion NMC batteries or SCANIA gen sets or perhaps both depending on the owner's requirements.
Dutch yard Icon Yachts has received an order for a 75.80-meter displacement superyacht. The five deck superyacht is to be built to MCA and Lloyds classification. The Tim Heywood design features extensive deck spaces for guests as well as very lavish interiors done by Studio Massari. The near 76-meter superyacht is to sleep as many as twelve guests. Five suites are all located on the lower deck while the owner's retreat is located on the forward end of the upper deck to ensure maximum privacy if required. The interiors are capacious all flowing around a central staircase with glass elevator servicing all guest decks. She has a large pool on the aft main deck, complete with waterfall emerging from the aft overhang above. Other features include a large beach club/wellness area on the aft lower deck, a gymnasium and twin ten-meter custom guest tenders and a plethora of watertoys. The 75.80-meter superyacht is slated to be delivered to her owner in 2017.