Meet The $85M RAGNAR Superyacht, A $575K/Week Explorer Monster
The RAGNAR yacht can be considered an expedition yacht with capabilities that go far beyond a traditional charter yacht. Originally built as a multipurpose vessel with icebreaking capabilities, she was reconstructed entirely in 2020 and has been transformed into a luxury yacht that perfectly combines opulence with adventure.
Named after one of Nordic folklore’s most legendary heroes, RAGNAR could not have a more fitting name. With a range of up to 6,000 nautical miles, she takes her guests to the most remote places on earth, including the far north and arctic. However, a trip with RAGNAR does not have to be cold. The yacht can comfortably handle all weather conditions and has explored both glacial and tropical destinations in the past.
Ragnar is a 223-foot ice-breaking explorer with a heavy-duty helideck and an onboard crane. She started life as a Dutch support vessel and was converted by Icon Yachts in 2020. Her top speed is 13 knots, and she cruises at 10.
Ragnar sleeps twelve in her seven staterooms; all of her staterooms are en-suite. Her interior design style is defined by dark wood and inlaid floors. She sports a quiver of tenders, as well as a number of toys. She is currently for sale at €69.5 million. Charter rates start at $575K/week.
RAGNAR yacht interior.
With eight guest cabins for up to twelve guests, the RAGNAR yacht is a spacious yacht even with a further 17 crew members on board. She has two identical master suites kept in brown, dark blue, and golden tones creating a uniform design that can be found across the entire interior of the vessel. State-of-the-art entertainment systems is only one telltale giveaway that RAGNAR was recently updated to provide its guests with the latest modern facilities. The yacht is not only equipped with a full gym and a modern spa, including a Finnish sauna, but she also offers several separate lounges which provide privacy for guests and have some of the most breathtaking views imaginable.