Developed in collaboration with Dykstra Naval Architects, the ICE kite will be powered by a pair of 735 kW main engines which provides the ship with a maximum speed of 17.4 knots. In addition to diesel / electric motors, the vessel combines a large sail with a low resistance hull, so as to minimize environmental impact.One of the main design features of the yacht is the use of glass which is superior to that of boats of this length. The living areas in full glass and the large outdoor spaces offer the owner the maximum sense of openness on board. The design is directly inspired by the sea and nature, making the ship smooth and sinuous like a marine animal.On board the ICE Kite can accommodate up to 10 guests in four comfortable cabins. Features of this superyacht include a beach club area with swimming pool, an outdoor dining area for 12 people and a helipad in the bow. In addition to a sunbathing area, a party room with a full-size bar and a barbecue area. Aft there is a large area with jacuzzi and sun loungers.Ice Kite will be built together with the Ice Ghost project. The 26-meter yacht will act as a specialized support vessel.Ice Ghost can carry Icon A5 airplane, a U Boatworx Superyacht Sub 3 submarine, a specially designed 12-meter dinghy with a maximum speed of 60 knots, also developed by Red Yacht Design, and a pair of Seadoo jet skis.The main deck of Ice Ghost can also be used as a party venue and two double cabins under the bridge can accommodate guests or staff. The Ice Ghost with a steel structure and carbon fiber exterior has a top speed of 16 knots.
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