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ICON: Inside the £62m superyacht


How do high earners travel the high seas?

ICON: Inside the £62m superyacht
Jonathan Wells

Have you ever dreamt of sailing a superyacht around the Mediterranean? Lapping up the rays in luxury as you cruise around the coast? Well now, if you have both a week and £500,000 going spare, you can do just that.

The ICON is a top-of-the-line sleek superyacht offered on charter by luxury yachters Camper & Nicholsons. A high volume vessel, the ICON has six cabins, 17 crew members and room for up to twelve lucky guests. Why don’t you take a look around?

ICON: Inside the £62m superyacht

Recently refitted and extended an extra five metres, the ICON continues to evolve with the latest technologies. The spectacular new glass-bottomed pool is particularly exciting, and guaranteed to make you feel even closer to the water.

ICON: Inside the £62m superyacht

The drawing room shows nautical luxury at its best. With sleek lines, flat screen televisions and a muted yet sophisticated colour scheme, this is as high-flying as plain-sailing can get.

ICON: Inside the £62m superyacht

ICON’s redesigned interior and elegant furnishings promise to provide a peaceful and inviting environment for your relaxed ocean living. Her impressive interior houses accommodation for 12 guests in seven staterooms, including a deluxe master suite, three double staterooms, two twin staterooms and a convertible cabin.

ICON: Inside the £62m superyacht

As well as offering luxurious interior spaces, ICON is also carefully devised for extensive world cruising and comprises advanced technical systems like ultra-modern stabilisation that limits roll motion so that guests experience a smooth journey, no matter the weather or sea. That means alfresco dining with no chance of spilling your drink…

ICON: Inside the £62m superyacht

The refits extend to a larger gym – with Power Plate running machine, wellness machine for resistance training and free weights – a new Hammam and a sauna – ensuring that you’ll be as relaxed as possible every night before the waves rock you to sleep.

ICON: Inside the £62m superyacht

When it comes to toys, the ICON doesn’t skimp on the small things. With inflatable toys for towing, stand up paddle boards and a waterslide on board, the more adventurous can also make use of a Yamaha 4 stroke VXR 180hp jet ski, a GTPX See DOO 260hp new and the Navy-style Halmatic 22ft Rib.