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.
|Builder:||Royal Niestern Sander, The Netherlands|
|Exterior Designer:||Icon Yachts, The Netherlands|
|Year:||2012 (rebuilt 2020)|
|Cruise Speed:||8 knots|
|Max Speed:||12 knots|
|Engines:||2 × 2,682hp Caterpillar|
|Gross Tonnage :||2,272|
|Price :||$85 Million|
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 are 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 it also offers several separate lounges which provide privacy for guests and have some of the most breathtaking views imaginable.
It goes without saying that a stay aboard RAGNAR is a culinary experience like no other with five-star service and the full attention of an exceptional crew.
The bridge is the heart of this superyacht and, of course, is equipped with modern equipment needed to navigate even the roughest of seas.
State-of-the-art technology ensures a safe and comfortable journey to the world’s most adventurous places.
Toys And Equipment
Equipped with a plethora of toys, including three tenders, four jet skis, six seabobs as well as eFoils, a flyboard, scuba, and kitesurfing equipment, this yacht was made for adventure.
Guests can try their hand at watersports or simply enjoy themselves on one of the many decks, relaxing in the jacuzzi or pool.
The RAGNAR yacht also boasts a more than impressive helipad with an Airbus EC145 helicopter which can be requested if needed.
A three-person U-Boat Worx C-Explorer 3 submarine is another unusual toy that is available on this superyacht.
From these examples alone, it is apparent that RAGNAR is much more than a regular charter yacht.
A trip with her turns into an exhibition as she whisks her guests away to destinations that would be inaccessible with any other vessel.
RAGNAR was rebuilt entirely in 2020 after just eight years of sailing. Formerly a multipurpose vessel, she now impresses with her sleek design that the builders themselves describe as “elegant, exclusive and exuberant”.
Nothing about the RAGNAR yacht is accidental, and even the smallest detail seems carefully planned and thought out.
From the private terraces that extend from the twin master suites to the sophisticated and classically inspired interior that invites guests to relax and unwind after a long day of exploring.