Seahorse Shipshape Following Refit

Five months after arriving at Icon YachtsSeahorse set her sights on the sea for the coming cruising season.

The 170’6” (52-meter) Seahorse gained a new coat of paint and new zero-speed stabilizers. The latter should be particularly appreciated by charter guests this summer. Parties of 11 can book her, via the central agency listing of KK SuperyachtsSeahorse has a weekly base rate of €250,000 (about $284,443 at press time).

KK Superyachts also oversaw the refit at Icon. It shared the following photo on its Instagram account earlier this week:


This isn’t the first time that Seahorse has been refitted. She was originally built in 1999 by Amels, then known as Tigre d’Or. The most recent major refit occurred in early 2015, seeing her interior extensively redesigned by H2 Yacht Design. Light-tone wood sets the backdrop for an overall modern decor.

As you would expect of a modern yacht, Seahorse has plenty of relaxation space inside and out. The flying bridge is particularly good for alfresco dining, either in the sun or in the shade, plus lounging and soaking in the hot tub. Should you need to conduct business while aboard, the master suite has an office.

In other Icon Yachts news, the yard is about a year away from completing a new-build 276-footer (84-meter). She’s designed by Tim Heywood. It’s also servicing a number of megayachts, including the Amels-built Ilona.


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