ICE LADY motor Yacht

Length 43m (142ft)
Builder Helsingfors
Built/Refit 1959 / 2024
Guests 10 in 6 cabins
Delivered in 1959 as a Norwegian coastguard vessel with icebreaking capabilities, ICE LADY has successfully patrolled the challenging Northern seas for many years in full safety thanks to her sturdy construction.

Lovingly cared for by her current Owner, an avid classic yacht collector, ICE LADY was given a second life in 2012 when she was entirely rebuilt. In cooperation with the French designer Francois Chevalier for her exterior and Jean-Guy Verges for interior, she now provides a sense of “homeliness” for anyone stepping on board.

Boasting a heavy displacement providing great stability, and comfort at sea, ICE LADY is also commercially registered and presented in a ready-to-cruise condition. She hosts a comfortable 5-stateroom layout welcoming up to 10 guests.

ICE LADY offers plenty of water toys for all ages, all located on the bow. Her very spacious multipurpose upper deck can be used for private events, outdoor home cinema, theme nights, or just as a relaxing sunbathing area.

Special features

  • Timeless classic lines
  • Perfectly rebuilt in 2012
  • Heavy displacement
  • Very stable vessel at sea 
  • Tenders and toys storage located in the bow,  away from the guest area  
  • Versatile outdoor living areas
  • Comfortable 5 guests’ staterooms, including the Master on the main deck

Specification ICE LADY

Accommodation

Guests 10
Staterooms 6
Crew 10

Construction & Design

Built / Refit 1959 / 2024
Builder Helsingfors
Exterior Designer Francois Chevalier
Interior Designer Jean Guy Vergès

Dimensions & Materials

Length 43.3m (142'01")
Beam 7.3m (23'11")
Draft 4.3m (14'00")
Gross Tonnage 344 GT
Hull Material Steel

Performance & Engines

Cruising speed 10 Knots
Max speed 12 Knots
Cruise range 3,000 nm
Range 5,600 nm
Engines 1 x Werkspoor 
Generators
2 x Baudouin (140kW)

Class & Flag

Flag Cook Islands

Deck Plans ICE LADY

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