Icon Yachts Delivers the Megayacht Maidelle

The 205-foot Maidelle is the newest delivery from the Netherlands’ Icon Yachts and marks the third vessel based on the yard’s 63-meter platform. While Icon Yachts offers a standardized engineering package for its launches, their styling and interior design are left to the client. The owner of Maidelle selected Redman Whiteley Dixon to give the yacht attractive curves and an overall balanced profile. Inside, the owner worked with Cristiano Gatto Design to create a warm ambience. Furniture, wall paneling, and flooring all feature combinations of ebony, mahogany, rosewood, and walnut canaletto. The yacht’s 37-foot beam creates room for spacious interiors, including a two-level master suite and a 56-foot-long saloon. Maidelle, which accommodates 12 guests in six staterooms, also has some terrific indoor-outdoor areas, like the beach club, which includes a gym and can be set up with lounge chairs when the water-level area is in use. (www.iconyachts.eu)

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