Ice (yacht)

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Motor yacht Ice
Career
Name: Ice
Builder: Lürssen, Bremen, Germany
Launched: 2005
General characteristics
Type: Motor yacht
Length: 90 m (300 ft)
Propulsion: Diesel-electric
8 × 842 kW (1,129 hp) Deutz AG 16-cylinder generators
2 × ABB Type 5 Azipod electric azimuth thrusters
Speed: 18 knots (33 km/h; 21 mph)
Aircraft carried: Eurocopter EC135
Aviation facilities: Helipad

Ice is a large private yacht, measuring 295 feet (90 m) in length. Launched in 2005 as Air, she was completed at the Lürssen yard in Bremen, Germany to the design of Tim Heywood. The yacht was owned by Russian billionaire Suleiman Kerimov.

The ship is equipped with a diesel-electric powered, using eight 842 kW Deutz 16-cylinder generators to provide electric power to two ABB type 5 Azipod electric azimuth thrusters. She can reach a speed of 18 knots. Ice has a large swimming pool on the main deck (stern) in addition to the jacuzzi on the sun deck. She carries a Eurocopter EC135.

Ice won Superyacht of the Year at the 2006 World Superyacht Awards.[1]

ICE docked in Nassau, Bahamas on Jan 1 2009
ICE mooring in Monte-Carlo

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  1. ^ Lean-Vercoe, Roger (2012). "Iconic yachts: Ice". boatinternational.com. Retrieved 27 February 2012. 

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