Sleek, innovative, and fuel-efficient, the Project Ice Superyacht sails into the future. The 211-foot superyacht was designed by Red Yacht Design in collaboration with naval architecture Dykstra Naval Architects and features a sharp, minimalist design inspired by creatures of the sea. Its exterior boasts 5,000-square-feet of outdoor space to enjoy the open sea including a pool, jacuzzi, dining for 12, a helipad, full bar, and a BBQ area. To keep the interior connected to the ocean, the main lounge area is entirely wrapped in glass maximizing light and views. The vessel can comfortably accommodate up to 10 guests throughout its four cabins and full-beam owner cabin, complete with his and her bathrooms and closets, private lounge, and office as well as direct access to the lower deck spa. To propel the superyacht, the designers took a green approach, combining 1,700-square-foot kite and a low resistance hull for a more fuel-efficient cruise.
Photos: Red Yacht Design