ICE YACHTS, the new boatyard, comes onto the market with ICE62, a fast cruiser dedicated to those enthusiastic, competent ship owners seeking intense emotions and fun at the helm combined with high quality construction.
ICE62 is a very modern yacht that stands out for its performances, comfort on board and high sea-keeping qualities.
The deck mirrors the general lines of all Felci Yacht Design projects, uniting simplicity and style, modernism and efficiency, comfort and versatility.
The hull and the deck are laminated in a female mould and both are achieved using hybrid carbon – E glass fibre, using infusion techniques; the structures in carbon fibre are vacuum bag laminated, thus becoming an intrinsic whole with the hull and deck.
Such construction solutions allow the constructor to keep the weight very low, giving the yacht an extremely high longitudinal and torsional stiffness.
There are two different solutions for the interiors of ICE62, between different finishes and an infinite number of details.
The interior areas, spacious and comfortable, are available in various precious woods to suit the owner’s tastes and are elegant yet practical.
From start to finish the greatest care has been given to all details on board so that they might unite functionality and aesthetics.
Thanks to the various technologies used, such as weight-lightened panels, a great deal of load has been saved compared to traditional materials but not to the detriment of quality woodwork or the excellence of all-important details.
The systems are complete and are supplied by the best makers on the market today; heating, air-conditioning and domotics systems are also available.
Wide, bright lacquered surfaces recall the typical concept of internal style, seeking that modern essence of simplicity which makes them absolutely contemporary.
The owner may choose between the various layouts available; there are three bathrooms, a spacious dinette with a roomy galley and large pantry, there is a choice of three or four lavishly appointed cabins, as well as the crew’s cabin in the bow.