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Hull No.3 for 2024 delivery

General Information

Manufacturer/ModelIce Yachts ICE 62 Targa
DesignerUmberto Felci
New or UsedNew
Sale StatusAvailable
Tax/VAT StatusTax not paid
Lyingex-Factory, Italy


LOA17.98m (58'0")
LWL16.8m (55'0")
Beam5.21m (17'0")
Draft2.9m (9'0")
Hull ConstructionCarbon Fibre & Epoxy Sandwich
EngineYanmar 4JH110 110hp
Keel TypeFin Keel

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Michele Antonini
Broker - Grabau International Italia

+39 333 74 89 281

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    New-build option for an Ice Yachts 62 Targa for 2024 delivery. Currently in build and with scope for fitting out to buyer’s specification, including internal layout and external features. Contact us for full details.


    The brand-new Ice Yachts ICE 62 Targa marks a new era in the long-standing successful collaboration between Ice Yachts and the Felci Yacht Design team.

    This particular Ice Yachts 62 Targa (hull no.3) is now in build with delivery during 2024. Her specification can still be adjusted to the requirements of her owner with the advertised price being for the base boat, with the standard specification outlined herein. Her standard specification highlights include:-
    • Carbon fibre hull and deck with epoxy resins
    • Carbon fibre mast
    • Folding bathing platform
    • Garage tender for tender up to 3,10m
    • Three or four cabins layout plus crew cabin
    • Bow thruster
    • Twin carbon fibre rudders

    Common options on this design include a Cariboni-supplied telescopic keel is also an option, providing 2.30-3.80m variable draft and a carbon fibre hardtop with solar panels and lithium power system. Please contact us for full pricing details and to discuss your requirements.


    The ICE YACHTS boat-yard presents in the market the new ICE 52, a fast cruise dedicates to passionate and competent owners that seek enjoyment and strong emotions at the helm. Built with highly innovative materials and advanced construction techniques the ICE 52 is in a league of it’s own in all that regards performance, comfort on board and ability to take on even the toughest conditions at sea. Excellent for demanding cruises and regattas.

    The design is inspired by the boats smaller sibling, the ICE 33 a killer regatta boat, from which it takes the “scimitar-like” design of the bow and “smiling” carving shape of the stern. The project has been realized by Felci Yacht Design and the production is done in the historic site of Yacht 2000, construction yard that has had over thirty years of experience and has completed more than 80 prestigious maxi-yachts.

    The hydrodynamics are nothing less than impressive. The water lines allow the ICE 52 to glide at very high speeds due to its max beam of 4.65m and the carefully studied appendages also grant the yacht great upwind capabilities: the ICE 52 shows no problem in taking on wind coming from extremely narrow angles.

    To guarantee this level of performance are the advanced technologies used in the construction process and the elevated skill of the artisans which have great experience and expertise in their field.


    The ICE YACHTS yard is launching a new product in the market, the ICE 62 TARGA; finally something new and different from the usual boring proposals of the market, the Targa is a very exclusive version and even easier sailing than the already well known high-speed ICE 60. This boat perfectly suits the shipowners who are looking for a performing and safe boat, especially suitable for solo navigation and fast cruise, including maximum comfort.

    The ICE 62 TARGA is an authentic, high-quality fast cruise with an incredible exploitation of space, an intriguing line that reminds of the typical stylistic features of the yard, and an addition of functional details such as the distinctive carbon rollbar with T top in carbon that differentiates from the traditional bimini and enables a clear, safe and clean deck.
    By rising from the powerful lines of the ICE 60, alongside a mix of inspiring contents of ours 62′ and 70′, it is capable of exalting the robustness, seaworthiness, and performance that characterize the shipyard which led ICE YACHTS to success. Moreover, it denotes a unique and distinguishing elegance defined by the innovative deckhouse.

    Its very modern design is marked by a reversal bow (scimitar shape), with a carbon bowsprit of 1.3 meters, acknowledged as the elder brother, and the natural evolution of ICE 52, a further ICE YACHTS bestseller with over 15 units produced nowadays.

    The hydrodynamics of the boat is defined by water lines and appendices characterized by an unprecedented draft with variable depth from 2.30 to 3.80 meters; double rudder blades, bow thruster, retractable bow and stern thruster to guarantee maximum simplicity during the mooring.

    Particular attention has been paid to save weight in order to install a Yanmar engine of 195 horsepower that allows incredible performances also without wind. The engine cruise top speed reaches and goes above 12 knots.

    In addition to these performances, further technologies are applied throughout the construction, together with the incredible quality of valuable handcrafted work executed by highly qualified technicians who have collected many years of experience behind them.

    The shell and deck are laminated in infusion from female mold; the hull is made of hybrid fibers to combine carbon’s structural stiffness with the natural noise and vibration suppression qualities of glass fibers. The deck is full carbon to ensure lightness in the upper part and lower the barycenter. The structures are made of carbon as well, are laminated into place, and also made in infusion, becoming one with hull and deck, removing creaks and noises. In addition to the classic gluing, the deck is bonded to the hull as well as all the bulkheads, creating a monolithic and very rigid structure. These choices, along with limiting the weights, supply the boat with a solidity and strength able to withstand the repeated stresses and heavy loads that are faced even in the most challenging navigation.

    ICE 62 TARGA is equipped with a fin made of double Weldox steel with high mechanical characteristics and a lead torpedo milled with numerical control that offer the advantage of reducing the weight of the ballast and, therefore, the total displacement of the boat with the same righting moment.

    The hydraulic lifting system is made by the italian company Cariboni and has a variable draught of 2.30/ 3.80 in order to obtain racer performance in navigation and at the same time guarantee the entrance into any port. Thanks also to the increased bulb, it is possible to reduce in a very consistent way the skidding in navigation and the rolling when stopped in the roadstead.

    Therefore, the boat shows great power in the gaits in which is essential, and minimum displacement in those that represent a brake, such as sailing and motor navigation. All this enables maintaining very high-speed averages in all conditions, whether racing or cruising, sailing or motoring.

    The two rudders are studied and designed with cutting-edge technologies and allow impressive control even when the boat is heeling or subjected to heavy aerodynamic loads. Carbon construction always keeps a clear focus on the theme of safety, central to both design and construction. The deck reflects Felci Yacht Design projects’ general lines, combining simplicity and style, elegance and efficiency, comfort, and versatility. The cockpit, characterized by wide benches and comfortable backrests, is definitely oversize and allows maximum mobility to large crews.

    At the stern, there are two seats for the helmsman that hide a raft and a useful locker.
    The spacious garage, a record in its category and almost at the level of a 70 ft boat, is designed to hold a tender with rigid keel of 3.1 meters! In the garage, two electric winches/hooks are arranged for the opening of the hatch and the tender movement, always in view of the search for comfort and effectiveness.
    Furthermore, many details highlight how the study of the deck was conducted in the research for a synthesis between an ideal deck for a relaxed cruising life and that poignant with marine and efficiency, necessary during long-range navigation or race.

    The maxi dodger or the bimini to protect the helmsman are beautiful and really innovative! All features are designed to underline the focus of the ICE 62 TARGA; comfort and exclusivity.

    Some examples of this research include the hydraulic fairleads and an electric mooring at the bow. By following this same philosophy, the sail plan is characterized by a genoa without overlap, the absence of flying shrouds, and the mainsails made of carbon positioned directly on the hull.

    The length ft excluding the bowsprit of the ICE 62 TARGA is under 18 meters, allowing the access to discounted rates that some marinas grant to boats of this size!

    Thanks to the technologies employed for the realization of the interiors, such as the use of lightened panels, it is conceivable to save a considerable amount of weight compared to a traditional realization, without renouncing to the quality of the carpentry work, both in the refinement of finishes and in the excellence of the details. The interiors are foreseen in the version with 3 cabins, alongside 2 large bathrooms and a spacious open kitchen.

    The standard carbon mast is equipped with a very comfortable mainsail roller with electric movement in the boom, very useful to further simplify the navigation or when reducing or pulling down the sails.

    Hull No.1 ICE 62 TARGA is now afloat and in the hands of her new owner with Hull No.2 also sold and now in build.



    RCD Status:
    • Our understanding is that this yacht complies with the RCD and is categorised A – unlimited offshore.

    Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:
    • Hull is laminated with infusion technique, in sandwich of composite materials using carbon fibres with epoxy resin and CORECELL foam core with different density and thickness.
    • Deck will be laminated with infusion technique, in sandwich of composite materials using carbon fibres with epoxy resin and CORECELL foam core with different density and thickness.
    • The use of the hybrid lamination process glass-carbon fibre was chosen because it allows to obtain an optimal comfort while sailing with minimum weight and maximum mechanical properties of the laminate.
    • Hull, deck and structure lamination will be made in accordance with the ISO STANDARD 12215-5.
    • The localized reinforcements are made with unidirectional and biaxial carbon fibres.
    • The structures either longitudinal or transverse (bulkheads and floors) are entirely vacuum laminated in epoxy sandwich using glass-carbon quadriaxial fibres.
    • Longitudinal and transverse stiffeners will be laminated directly on the hull using biaxial-glass fibres for the side parts and carbon unidirectional reinforces on the top.
    • Lamination of the structures will be made with epoxy resin infusion or vacuum technique.
    • Tanks are structural for increased rigidity and better use of space.
    • The bulkheads will be relized suing sandwich PVC 80kg/mc and carbon-glass quadriaxial fibres, it will be used epoxy infusion technique and all components will be post-cured following the technical sheet of the resin until reaching the right TG
    • Topsides gel coat
    • Synthetic or natural side decks and cockpit laid as optional

    Keel & Rudder:
    • Performance 2.90m draft Weldox steel fin with lead bulb
    • Bulb weight is 4,400 kgs
    • Keel blade and bulb CNC machined and optimised
    • Twin carbon-glass fibre balanced rudders with carbon fibre stock


    Engine & gearbox:
    • Yanmar 4JH 110, 4-cylinder common rail diesel engine producing 110hp @ 3,200rpm
    • Freshwater cooling engine cooling
    • Single lever electronic throttle control

    Propulsion & Steering:
    • 4-bladed folding propeller
    • Retractable bowthruster
    • Twin Jeva 100mm steering wheels with hide covering – carbon steering wheels are available as an optional6 ball bearing blocks, 4 of them orientable and 2 fixed
    • Self-aligning rudder bearing


    Voltage systems:
    • 24vDC primary domestic system with 12vDC starting circuit and 220v AC via shorepower, inverter or generator (if installed).

    Battery Banks:
    • 12Vdc 100Ah service batteries pack for a total of 800 Ah
    • 12Vdc 120 Ah engine start battery

    Charging / Inverter:
    • 12vDC battery charger

    • 12vDC engine-mounted alternator for engine and start battery bank
    • 24vDC engine-mounted alternator for service batteries

    Other Electrical:
    • 220vAC shore power system with ring main and 220vAC sockets within interior
    • 12v sockets
    • Sockets in the garage tender


    Fresh Water:
    • 12vDC pressurised fresh water system
    • Hot water supplied by engine-driven calorifier and 220vAC immersion heater element in well-insulated hot water tank.

    Bilge Pumps:
    • 4x Bilge pumps
    • Electric bilge pumps
    • Manual bilge pump in cockpit


    • 3x rigid fuel tanks in HDPE for a total of 650 litres of fuel capacity

    Fresh Water:
    • 2x composite water tanks for a total capacity of 1,000 litres

    Holding Tanks:
    • Black water holding tank system for aft head.


    On Deck:
    • TBC

    Below decks:
    • TBC

    Communications Equipment:
    • TBC


    • Inox stainless steel gas stove with 3-burners and oven
    • 220vAC microwave oven
    • Twin Corian inset sinks with pressurised water supply
    • Front opening fridge/ freezer approx. 190 litres air cooled

    • 2x electric heads
    • Hot & cold pressurised water supplies with showers


    Summary of Accommodation:
    • Up to 8 berths in 3 cabins plus saloon and crew cabin. Three heads. Fourth portside bunk beds cabin available

    Accommodation Finish:
    • The non-composite parts of the furniture will be produced accordingly to the best practice in naval carpentry, using, where possible, lightened up panels veneered with ALPIWOOD essence (code to be defined).
    • Interior floor panels will be made in composite, veneered and edged with ALPI KORD laminates (code to be defined).
    • The main entrance ladder will be hinged on the upper part. It will be openable to allow optimal access to the engine room and every step will be ergonomically shaped to guarantee the maximum safety and aesthetic level;
    • The engine room panels will be entirely covered with insulating material (Vetus SDP or Marintex) to achieve maximum acoustic insulation and anti-vibration effect. All the hatches to access the engine room will have pressure-tightening system to ensure a constant level of isolation;
    • The engine room will be accessible from the four openings on the inner walls of the aft cabins (right, left) and from inspection hatch placed in the cockpit.
    • The kitchen top will be made out of plywood with a “Corian” top with an anti-roll edge;
    • The dining table will be finished with the same plywood veneer of the interiors.
    • Kitchen storing furniture is designed to optimize the storage capacity
    • The toilet floor will be made by composite material with gel-coat finish.
    • The dining room ceilings will be made by light material panel with lacquer finish and by light panels upholstered with microfiber textile.

    Accommodation layout from Forward:
    • Owner’s cabin forward with island double berth.
    • Owner’s ensuite heads to port
    • U-shaped galley aft port
    • Saloon amidships with u-shaped settee to port around dining table.
    • Further settee/day bed to starboard
    • Table area at aft end of saloon to starboard facing aft.
    • Twin aft heads with separate shower cubicle
    • Twin aft double cabins with hanging lockers


    • Axxon Carbon fibre mast
    • Cross-linked Nitronic 50 rod rigging
    • Rod rigging headstay
    • PBO Kevlar or Dyneema backstay
    • Keel-stepped fractional rig with 2-sets of swept-back spreaders
    • LED spreader lights and boom lights
    • Low-friction battencars with track on mast
    • Hydraulic control system for split-backstay and vang
    • German mainsheet system
    • Electric genoa furler with below-deck drum
    • Carbon fibre bowsprit
    • P: 23,30m
    • IG: 24,00m
    • E: 7,90m
    • J: 6,19m
    • ISP: 25m50m
    • 110sqm upwind sail area
    • 108% Jib 73sqm
    • Runner Gennaker 292sqm
    • 1 main halyard 2:1
    • 1 Topping 1:1
    • 2 Genoa halyards 1:1
    • -1 Gennaker halyard 1:1
    • 1 Code0 halyard 2:1

    • AISI 316 stainless steel pushpits, pulpit, guardwire stanchions and side-boarding gates as for ISO rules
    • Double lifelines holder
    • Seasmart flush deck hatches
    • Manually operated folding transom with swimming platform and tender garage for tender up to 3.10m
    • Folding cockpit table
    • LED navigation lights
    • LED courtesy light on deck

    Anchoring & Mooring:
    • Anchor mounted to bowsprit
    • 12vDC electric anchor windlass
    • Pop-up mooring cleats

    Covers and Canvas:
    • Sprayhood with stainless steel frame recessed into coachroof
    • Cockpit tent attachments
    • Mainsail stackpack with lazyjacks

    Viewing arrangements

    Lying ex-factory, Italy

    Available to view strictly by appointment

    Office Hours Mon- Fri 0900 – 17.00
    Saturday by prior appointment

    For more information or to arrange a viewing please contact us.

    Please Note: Due to the varying locations of our yachts, your travel time and the distances that may be involved, we recommend that you only make arrangements to view if you are actively considering purchase.

    Lead Broker: Michele Antonini – Grabau International (Italia)
    Tel: +39 333 74 89 281
    Email: michele@grabauinternational.com

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