Motor Yacht ICE LADY – Length: 43.40m, (142 ‘) Beam:7.30m, Draft:4.65m, Gross Tonnage: 294Tonnes, Built: 1959, Refit: 2012, Construction:Steel + Aluminium, Builder: Helsingfors, Exterior designer:François Chevalier, Guests 10, Cabins 5, Crew 10

Although the times are currently delicate, we would like to inform you of yachts that are available for charter in the East  Med as soon as the circumstances allow.  Surrounded by mountains and hills, the Eastern Mediterranean offers a large diversity of landscapes with shallow and deep  waters. The Adriatic’s natural beauty is still unspoiled.
Charter guests are always amazed at the sight of the beautiful  wonders of this place.
• In Italy, discover Venice, an idyllic place, and one of the most romantic cities. Here you will enjoy a magic
atmosphere and refined Mediterranean food.
• The Dalmatian Coast is one of the most popular routes for yachts in Croatia. Everyday you will drop anchor at a beautiful place with historic landmarks where dramatic limestone cliffs rise from the deep, and islands are scattered just  offshore.
• Visit the understated coastline of Montenegro. Although the coastline is short, it is blessed with some of the most stunning scenic views which are simply unmissable.
• Explore the Ionian Islands, seven stunning islands strewn along the Grecian Sea. Steeped in exotic scenery and laced with wildflowers, the islands of Corfu, Cephalonia, Ithaki, Kythira, Lefkada, Paxi, and Zakinthos are unique in culture and  natural beauty.
Reschedule charter addendum and trip cancellation insurance are available upon request.

Built in Finland in 1959 and originally designed by German Frers, she emerged as a totally transformed luxury yacht in 2012 with her new exterior design from François Chevalier and refined interior design by Jean-Guy Verges, a totally transformed luxury expedition yacht.  The all-steel M/Y ICE LADY now features an elegant interior and expansive deck space and has an underlying sense of charm giving her a highly inviting appeal.

She offers luxurious accommodation for up to 10 guests in five well-appointed cabins. The master suite, clad in white panelling and complemented by rich wooden cabinetry, is bright and welcoming with an en-suite bathroom, dressing area and desk. The other staterooms comprise a VIP suite, a double stateroom, a twin cabin (convertible) and one smaller cabin with bunk beds.

Up on deck, M/Y ICE LADY benefits from vast beautiful teak decks with a variety of sociable seating arrangements and sun loungers, not to forget an Al Fresco cinema on bridge deck. She also boasts a fantastic array of water toys, including water-skis, kayaks, and paddleboards adding to her adventure capabilities.

M/Y ICE LADY’s 1800hp Werkspoor engine enables her to cruise comfortably at 10 knots with a range of 5,600 nautical miles and reach a maximum speed of 12 knots. For a better comfort of navigation, she also has underway stabilizers.

KEY FEATURES
• Luxury expedition yacht
• Extremely seaworthy and comfortable
• Refined interior design by Jean-Guy Verges
• An abundance of exterior spaces
• Economical fuel consumption
• Onboard masseuse
• Al Fresco cinema on bridge deck
• Great Captain & motivated crew

Charter rates & cruising areas:  M/Y ICE LADY is available for charter until October 2018 in the West & East Med. Based in Monaco for the winter.

SUMMER Eastern Mediterranean & Western Mediterranean

Charter Rates:  

Summer 2020 RATE FROM:
Low            High
€90,000   €100,000
PER WEEK + EXPENSES
Rome and Western Italy, Corsica & Sardinia, Italian Riviera, Sicily, Malta, Balearic Islands, French Riviera, Monaco,  Montenegro, Croatia, Mainland Greece, Venice, and Eastern Italy

TENDERS

1 Tender 7 m Northstar 700RX 200 HP Mercury
1 Tender 4m 40 HP Yamaha

ENTERTAINMENT & TOYS

– Water skis
– Wake board
– 2 kayaks
– 2 stand up paddle boards (SUP)
– Towables: Donut, Ringo, etc.

Taylor’d Yacht Charters will assist you in chartering the perfect yacht and developing the itinerary that meets your desires within the limitations of the yacht you select and the duration of the charter. mailto:info@localhost

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