The IceCat 72 is the hi-tech catamaran signed by an archistar


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With the Seventytwo, ICE Yachts takes a further, and decisive, step into the world of multihulls, entrusting the project to Lucio Micheletti, architect of Micheletti+Partners studio. This boat is very reminiscent of the modern lines and design we have been accustomed to for some years now in theautomotive world, from which it is clearly inspired.


A distinctive bimini, a symbol of minimal design

The deck of theIceCat Seventytwo is clean, both aesthetically and functionally. The research, and study, conducted to make this boat made it possible to reduce to the essentials the elements in the cockpit, which is on the same plane as the dinette. The minimalist look that at a glance this catamaran gives is also given by the sporty and elegant bimini detail that suggests continuity between outdoor and indoor spaces. To make this boat the multistep infusion technique is used, as with all Ice Yachts catamarans. This technique that guarantees to obtain a final displacement appropriate to the characteristics that you want to give the catamaran.

Bright and elegant interior

The starboard hull houses the luxurious master cabin aft, with walk-in closet and bathroom with shower, while forward is the spacious guest cabin with bunk bed and bathroom with shower. The two cabins have separate entrances to provide privacy for those who desire it. However, there is no shortage of common spaces to share moments together, such as the large dinette separated from the cockpit only by glass, which makes the saloon very bright. The large windows we find on the broadside also play on the inside-outside relationship, one of the key design points of this catamaran.

Contact the site with an email

Click here if you want to learn more about this beautiful catamaran. You can send an email by filling out the form you will find at the Ice Yachts booth at Milan Yachting Week.



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