Motor yacht ICEBERG is the largest and only FPB97 series designed by Steve Dashew and built by Circa Marin in Whangarei, NZ. She is the 10th successful launch from the Dashew FPB series – and build collaboration by Circa Marine.

Iceberg was built for a private family with young children, for worldwide cruising and exploration. She was never charter, and has always been maned by professional crew to the highest of standards.

Functionality, safety, good sea keeping, and low maintenance were a priority. The double hull and dry out capabilities, her self- righting characteristics, and high cruising speeds with large fuel range to help keep them in good weather patterns with less fuel stops were some of the most important attributes they were looking for.

The ability to run the vessel alone or with a maximum of two crew , the safe launching system of the large tender, and the advantage of being able to run the vessel without generators through the combination of engine driven alternators, and solar panel array all played a major part in their attraction to the FPB Steve Dashew design and concept.

Prior to her build the above was looked at in great detail to produce a platform that allowed them to enjoy the ride and experience, rather than the headaches of running and maintaining a vessel of this size.

Iceberg has travelled a total of 51,687NM, visiting 16 different countries in her short 6year life span. She has been meticulously maintained over the years, and certainly clearly shows this well.

There is a wealth of information at Steve Dashew’s web site about the FPB program concept and thoughts that went into the vessel.

She is strategically located in the Mediterranean at present, where she is for sale awaiting to start her new owners adventure’s.







Broker’s Comments:

ICEBERG is an astonishing motor yacht designed by Dashew Offshore for serious passage making. She is part of their FPB (Functional Power Boat Series). She is the largest yacht that Steve and Linda Dashew considered could be handled effectively by a family crew. This, she has proved herself to be. Built beautifully by Circa Marine in New Zealand - in this ownership she has cruised far. During this ownership, she has been beautifully maintained and much updated. This work includes a repower of the main John Deere prime movers, which has further increased her capability. As her owners don’t have unlimited time to use ICEBERG she is run with a crew of 2 who have comfortable quarters, and who are on hand to maintain and position the yacht when the owners are not aboard.

ICEBERG has the FPB trademark matrix deck, which is described elsewhere as the fly bridge. This is a marvelous covered upper helm position with a lovely teak laid deck and trim, together with a lovely entertaining area. The main saloon is a true FPB ‘Great Room’ with 360 degree vision and is a light and airy place for watch keeping, entertaining, cooking, relaxing and living within the marine environment.  

Captain’s Comments:

ICEBERG is the first and only FPB 97 series passage maker motor yacht designed by Dashew Offshore in the United States and built in New Zealand by Circa Marine. She is a true expedition yacht with a proven resume designed for the adventurer who truly wants to explore the far reaches of the oceans in comfort, safety and functionality.

ICEBERG was launched in spring of 2014 and, as of November 2019, has completed 51,687 nautical miles (at 12 knots) of blue water cruising. She has cleared into 16 different countries including, New Zealand, Australia, Tonga, French Polynesia, west coast of the U.S. from San Diego to Seattle, Canada, Panama, Bahamas, Caribbean windward islands, the east coast of the U.S. from Florida to North Carolina, Bermuda, Azores, Netherlands, Gibraltar, Spain, France, and Italy. ICEBERG has made the passage from South Pacific up to the Caribbean, along with two total Atlantic Crossings. She is currently still in service.

The first FPB (Functional Power Boat) was the 83' prototype WIND HORSE, followed by the 64 series of which there are now eleven. ICEBERG, a 111’ model, launched in 2014 is the largest of the fleet. All are designed based on principles originally applied to the iconic Dashew designed circumnavigation sailing yachts, which include Deerfoot, Sundeer, and Beowulf. All are ideally suited for short-handed cruising comfortably over long distances, efficiently and safely.

At a cruising speed of 12-13 knots an FPB 97 averages 312 miles a day on passage, and has a range of 3,926 nm. Diesel fuel capacity is 24,160 litres and freshwater storage is 10,050 Liters with an onboard water maker to make up to 264 Liters per hour. The fuel and water are stored low in the hull for ballast, contributing to stability and self- righting capability. Power is provided by 2 x 500hp John Deere engines. Hydraulic Naiad stabilizers contribute to the smooth ride, even in rough seas.

The rugged aluminum exterior belies an elegant, comfortable interior that contains a master suite, a double guest cabin, a triple bunk guest cabin, and a double bunk crew cabin aft. There are 4 heads with showers, a steam room in master, an office, and a full electrical/control room with large fridge and freezer in aft end of center line hallway.

The main deck saloon offers a large fully equipped kitchen to port, and a bar with cocktail cupboards to starboard. In addition, this area boasts double sinks, induction cooktop, convection oven, icemaker, dishwasher, washer/dryer units, and oversized refrigerators and freezers. The roomy saloon features an 8-seater dining table, with a large couch to starboard. A lift up flat screen TV sits to port for comfortable viewing from couch/hydraulically extendable day bed. This area has a panoramic view of the sea through continuous wrap around windows on all four sides, as well as a navigation station with a full complement of electronics. All around an exceptional area for comfortable family living.

The huge walk-in engine room is a mechanic's dream, accessible from aft deck and aft end of interior hallway. Great space around systems, along with a large workbench and exceptional tool storage.

The exterior features a fly bridge with comfortable seating, a hydraulically controlled dining table that can turn into a full or half day bed with side coffee table, 360deg views and your main helm station. The strata glass clears are all openable for fresh air and visual awareness, with wing stations to port and starboard which give extra visibility for docking or access to high commercial wharfs. There is a stationary bicycle aft and room for a work out center.

The aft deck has a comfortable seating area for 8 with under counter freezer and drinks fridge, and a spacious day head. To starboard, you will find two storage lockers and a garbage compactor.

Moving further aft there is room for onboard storage of a 3.2mtr inflatable tender which can be launched by the lifting boom on the port side. To starboard a C type davit is provided for safe and speedy launching of the 6mtr David de Viller- Circa Marine built matching aluminum tender, there is also a barbeque, and kayak storage onto of the C-davits. This complete aft deck can be covered overhead and on the sides with a shade cloth system, providing full sun cover for all angles.

A 4.3mtr long swim platform 15cm off the waterline creates a beach club style feel. Its integrated folding stern pulpit also act as a large dive ladder, easily deployable and retrievable on large recessed hinges. Large storage lockers x 3, passerail, Glendenings electric shore power reel, petrol jerry can x 2 storage, stabilizer fin and roller track for small tender storage. A warm water shower are all neatly located on aft bulkhead to starboard of the steps.

Forward on the main deck is a spacious lounging trampoline and sunshade awning for added comfort within bow area. Foredeck area is accompanied by an extra 4 storage lockers, 1 designated and vented for petrol fuel storage of 156 litres in Jerry Cans. One oversized hatch into forepeak for motorcycle or large equipment storage, and one daily service hatch provides great access to forepeak. A removable manual crane also services this deck for equipment, motorcycles or small tender.

Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:

  • Basic hull and structure Is welded aluminum including superstructure with two full watertight bulkheads and two half height water tight bulkheads.
  • Bottom is 12 mm aluminum plate
  • Integral aluminum tankage for water and diesel form a double bottom between the two full height watertight bulkheads.
  • 19mm tempered windows.
  • X 6 Bomar hatches for excellent ventilation, natural light, and access.
  • XL wide port holes for natural light, equipped with blackout shields.
  • Matching grey tread master decking on exterior decks.
  • External handrails, stanchions and foremast of 316 L stainless steel.
  • C type Crane for easy launching and retrieving of 5.6m 70HP aluminum tender
  • Bow Crane for easy launching and retrieving of the rigid hull inflatable tender.
  • Mounts to accommodate 2 kayaks.
  • Swim Platform is 4.3mtr long and 15mm above water line for easy access to the water
  • New Zincs (2019).
  • Flopper stopper booms for at anchor stabilization also used for launching and retrieving inflatable tenders or other gear as needed

Engine & Gearboxes:

  • 2 x John Deere 6090 SFM85 – M4 rating – approximately 500hp each (New 2017).
  • Engine Mounts- Rubber Design-TT Type 3 (New 2017).
  • V-Drive - ZF325 IV 2.417 to 1 reduction transmission with Drive Saver (New 2017).
  • ZF Controls throttle controls.
  • All raw water-cooling needs served through copper nickel dual sea chests with clean out and isolation valves above the waterline, dual heavy duty strainers isolated by valves.
  • Compressed air clean out ports on top of sea chests for easy cleaning of strainers.
  • New overhead exhaust system, National Marine Shower heads and water/exhaust muffler- new 2017.
  • John Deer controls & monitoring system.

Maintenance & Performance:

  • Max speed approximately 15 knots @ 2150 RPM.
  • Cruising Speed 12-13knots @ 1750 RPM.
  • Fuel consumption @ 1750 RPM (12-13kts) = 80-90ltr per hour.
  • Fuel consumption @ 1600 RPM (10-11kts) = 50-60ltr per hour.
  • Cruising range @ 13kts - 3,926nm .
  • Cruising range @ 11kts – 4,429nm.
  • Cruising range @ 10kts – 4,832nm.
  • True Engine Hours: 2255 (18/Nov/2019).
  • Engines serviced 2019. 2,000 hour service on both engines to include overhaul water pumps, Check and adjust valve clearance, check crankshaft vibration damper. Oil Change and filters on both engines and gearbox.

Propulsion & Steering:

  • Axiseal shaft seals installed during the re power (2017).
  • Duplex 1.4462 stainless shafts. Shaft Alignment (2017).
  • Veemstar 30” 5 blade (2017) + 2 x original propellers remain as spares.
  • PropSpeed to both props (Feb 2019).
  • Shafts and propellers removed, aligned, and mechanical shaft seals replaced, (2017).
  • Steering system – DC- Hydraulic - Dual rudder with dual, independent Lecomple & Schmitt steering cylinders and dual Leeson motors, with tie bar.
  • Emergency steering systems- Lecomble & Schmidtt manual Hydraulic wheel pump located on port aft deck, and block and tackle tiller arm setup for inside engine room.
  • Rudder indicator and 4 auto pilot feedback units
  • Simrad Dual autopilot system.

Other Mechanical Equipment:

  • Bow Thruster – Naiad Model 12HT proportional bow thruster
  • Stabilizers- Naiad Model 525 with Datum control system with 13.5 square foot fins and adaptive control driven off the main engine. Serviced 2017.
  • Reverse oil change system with Oberdorf 24 Volt pump with valved manifold serving generator, main and main gearbox.
  • C- Davit power pack Electric hydraulic unit.
  • Hein and Hopman engine room intake, and exhaust fans. With Invertek Drive Auto Exhaust controls for manual and automatic functions.
  • Bauer Dive compressor- Junior 2 model.
  • Air compressor for ships air- California air tools and 4 gallon storage tank.
  • Horns x 2- Kahlenberg air compressor 24V.
  • Murphy gauges tied to Maretron system for main engine oil level, gear pressure, coolant temperature and coolant level.
  • Very Extensive Complement of organized spares using the organizing application Sortly.

Electrical Systems:
Voltage Systems:

  • Victron Charger/Inverter units charge house battery banks from generator or shore power units, and invert DC house battery bank power to either 230v/115v AC Supply.
  • 4 x 230v 5kw Victron charger/inverters for 230v domestic loads powered by the 24v DC battery bank.
  • Primary 230v AC – All 240v 60hz loads run on 230v supply through inverter from house battery bank.
  • 2 x 115v 3kw Victron charger/inverter for 110v domestic loads powered by the 24v DC battery bank.
  • Secondary 120v AC – All 115v 60hz loads run on 115v supply through inverter from house battery bank.
  • 3 x 280w Victron converters for 24v to 12v supply, powered by 24volt DC battery bank.
  • Charles 24KVA ISO Shorepower Transformer (50 or 60 Hz).
  • Generators Onan 21KW and 13.5 KW 60 Hz
  • Inverter bypass switch for direct power from generator or shore power for both 230v & 115v services.
  • Dual pole breaker & remote blue sea disconnects for all 24 Volt high amp DC circuits and devices.
  • Two main power panels – AC and DC conveniently located directly outside ER.
  • Perspex shield for 24v terminals below DC electrical panel.
  • 115v, 230v, 24 volt,12v, and USB plugs are located strategically throughout the boat.

Battery Banks:

  • House Service batteries 24v, Port & Starboard house batteries- Hoppekee10 OPzV 1000 (2019). Two banks of 12. Total x 24 – 2400AH Total, 58.56 KWH Total.
  • M.E. start batteries port and starboard 24v, ODYSSEY 31M-PC2150 AGM batteries (2017). Total-4.
  • Generator start battery 24v ODYSSEY 31M-PC2150 AGM batteries (2017). Total-2.
  • Emergency parallel switch for Starboard/Port battery banks for Main engines and generators.
  • Emergency 12v converter bypass.
  • Isolation breakers for each house battery bank group.
  • Blue sea systems 8248 DC multimeter & Victron energy BMV-700 battery monitor.
  • Blue sea systems 8235 DC voltmeter for 24/12v banks.

Battery Chargers:

  • 4 x Victron charger/Inverter, Quattro 24v/5000va/120Amp- 230v 5kw (230vSupply).
  • 2 x Victron charger/Inverter, Multiplus 24v/3000va/70Amp- 115v 3kw (115vSupply).
  • 1 x Victron energy battery charger, Skylla-i 24v/80amp/3 outputs-180-265vac/45-65hz.(For all start batteries).
  • 1 x Victron Autotransformer 120/240vac/32Amp (Cooktop/oven supply).
  • 3 x Victron isolated DC/DC Converter, Orion-Tr 24/24-12 (12vSupply).
  • 1 x Victron Inverter, Phoenix 24/ 800 (Spare).
  • Victron digital multi & phoenix controllers for manual battery charger amperage adjustment for shore power, and generator charge outputs to house battery bank.


  • 4 x Serpentine belt driven 28 volt Electrodyne alternators on the main engines provide a combined output of (600 amps at 28v) through four heavy duty remote mounted rectifiers whilst underway. This is sufficient to run key 115v and 230v systems via the inverters whilst underway, and keep the battery levels charged without having to run a generator. Power management is although necessary with larger consumers like air-conditioning system, washer/dryer, and cooker/oven.
  • 2 x Balmar max charge mc-624 multi-stage regulators.(2 alternators per regulator).
  • 4 x Balmar Temperature. sensor MC-TS-A.
  • 4 x NewMar 150A Alternator noise filter. 150Amps, 6-48vdc.

Solar Power:

  • 20 x Sunpower E20/327 solar panels have been added into the electrical system. 1.5Wh/54.7v in full sun giving 27.4aH per panel. Total Kw for all 20 panels – 30 Kwh
  • Outback power systems- Flexmax 80- power tracking/charge controllers x 5.
  • This adds extra charge to the house battery banks. While the yacht is shut down for winterization or whilst crew and guests are away with minimal systems running, these panels will keep all battery banks within safe parameters.


  • 21 KW 60hz Cummins Onan Generator, approximately 5300 hours (Nov 2019).
  • 13 KW 60hz Cummins Onan Generator, approximately 4570 hours (Nov 2019).
  • Cummins Onan Monitoring and alarm control panels.
  • Centek 1020250 water/exhaust separator.

Shore Power:

  • Incoming shore power is isolated via a Charles Industries 24kva single phase isolation transformer.
  • Shore power connection point on the aft deck accepts either 32 amp or 100amp 115v/230v inputs (50 or 60 Hz).
  • 100amp Shore power cord is on a powered extension and retracting Glendenning cable handling system.
  • Full set of shore power cords, plugs, and international adapters.

Plumbing Systems:
Fresh Water & Water Heating System:

  • 1 x 230v Gianneschi Tipo Jet 4BM E fresh water pump (New 2017).
  • Accumulator Tank-Puffer Headhunter PT-102 100PSI.
  • Fresh water maker-Aqua Whisper II Model -70 gallon per hour RO water maker. Primary sand filter, 5 micron media filter, oil/water separator filter for sea water supply. A PH neutralizer, charcoal filter, 5 micron filter and UV sterilizer further filter water before running to tanks
  • Additional ships filtration system- 5 micron charcoal filter with UVMAX F4+ sterilization light.
  • Jabsco DC Fresh water manifold transfer pump to transfer between tanks or to prime the water pump.
  • 5 micron drinking water filter, and jabsco pump for galley drinking water tap.
  • Jabsco Accumulator tank for galley and bar sink service.
  • 150 litre litre cylinder water heater tank with 2 x 3,000 watt SureCal immersion heaters.
  • Grundfos submersible hot water circulation pump plumbed into hot water loop.

Bilge Pumps:

  • 2 x Winsmith 917mwu 20ltr 56c- diaphragm 24vDC bilge pumps – 2 x in engine room picking up port and starboard,. 1 x forepeak pickup.
  • 2 x Pacer se2fb hy-hydraulic centrifugal damage control pumps (driven by main engines) 1 x engine room and electrical room pickup points. 1 x forepeak and master cabin pickup points.
  • 6 x Whale gulper 320 24vDC bilge pumps for port and starboard master cabin, port and starboard coffer dams and port and starboard in the aft cabin.
  • Hatz-Diesel/IPT Pump- Auxiliary bilge and fire pump, with 2.4 metrespring hosed check valved pickup line, and 2”- 5.metre and 15 metre soft discharge line.
  • Rule-Mate 500GPH bilge pumps in aft swim platform lockers.
  • High water bilge alarm on Maretron vessel monitoring system.
  • Bilge pump controls located in electrical room.


  • Pressure sensors for level indicator for freshwater, grey/black water, and diesel tankage. All tank levels are monitored on the Maretron vessel monitoring system.


  • Fuel Capacity is 24,160 liters in two centerline main tanks, 2 wing tanks, and 2 day tanks.
  • Tanks are integral to the yacht and are fabricated of aluminum.
  • 2 x Oberdoerfer high capacity fuel transfer pumps- 1 x N994 AC, 1 x N992 DC.
  • Fully valved manifold to tanks and polishing system for both pumps
  • Diesel polishing system- 3 x Racor (751000MAX 30micron) filter/water separator, System allows clean transfer from tank to tank via valved manifolds.
  • Pure fuel technology- PFO+ 034 unit to further clean, sterilize, reduce moisture, and eliminate all types of diesel bug is plumbed in aft Racor filters.
  • 2 x Racor fuel filters (751000MAX 10 Micron) for each main engine and generator. Manifold for Kabola and Webasto Airtop heaters plumbed into Racor filtration system.
  • Day tank topped up automatically with pump running, low level, fill level, and high-level alarms. 230v or 24v pump selection with auto or manual settings.
  • Macnaught DM100 fuel flow meter- puumped into fuel manifold
  • Valved crossover line between starboard and port day tanks.
  • Sludge line valves on day tanks.

Fresh water:

  • 10,050 litres in 4 integral aluminum tanks plus a separate 50 lltre polyethylene galley tank for filtered drinking water.

Grey/Blackwater holding tanks:

  • Blackwater – 2 PVC tanks aft approximately 340 litres capacity each – one serving the port side guest and day head, and one serving the starboard side guest and crew head. One PVC tank in the forepeak of approximately 400 litres serving master cabin.
  • Grey water – One aluminum integral tank approximately 1400 litres in engine room serving entire yacht minus the master cabin. One aluminum integral tank approximately 800 litres serving the master cabin.
  • Whale gulper IC – 20 litre/min pumps for all showers and sink drains, with whale IC two way manifold.

Navigation Equipment:

  • Integrated Simrad Navigation system.
  • Simrad MO24” touch series Monitors x 4 in flybridge x 2 at the Saloon Helm.
  • Simrad NSO II processor x 2 flybridge, and x 1 Saloon helm.
  • Simrad OP40 push button GPS control x 2 flybridge, x 1 Saloon helm.
  • Flir M-625L, controls in flybridge and saloon helm.
  • Simrad Halo Pulse Compression Radar.
  • Simrad 4g broadband radar.
  • Simrad AP 70 Auto Pilot, 2 independent Units for redundancy. 2 displays on flybridge and 1 at the lower helm.
  • Simrad FU 80 auto pilot joystick. 1 x Fly Bridge, 1 x lower helm.
  • Simrad S35 steering lever and RF45X rudder Feedback unit for backup/emergency direct non follow up hand steering.
  • Simrad RS 90 VHF radio x 2 Flybridge, x 1 lower helm.
  • Simrad HS35 VHF radio wireless handheld in lower helm.
  • Simrad MX510 Navigation system AIS & GPS.
  • Furuno LCD searchlight foreward facing sonar CH-270.
  • Simrad NSS evo2 GPS display. 1 in Master Stateroom, and 1 in Crew Room.
  • Simrad HS70 GPS compass.
  • Magnetic Compass Plastimo Contest 130.
  • Depth Sounders Airmar DT800 Transducer x 2 Forward / x 2 Aft.
  • Paddle wheel Airmar DST800 transducer x 2 Forward

Communications Equipment:

  • Sailor 500 Fleet Broadband
  • Iridium Pilot x 1 (antennae needs replacement).
  • Iridium Extreme 9575 handheld satellite phone.
  • Pepwave Max Mobile Router + cellular antennas x 2, Also acts as WIFI router.
  • Mitel 3300 CX II – Ships’ onboard phone system, located in all cabins & common areas.


  • Intruder alarms for all interior hatches and doors linked to Maretron system.
  • Swann NVR8-7200 Security camera video recorder- 2 x aft deck and cockpit, 2 x forward. mast, 1 x forepeak, 1 x engine room, 1 x flybridge.
  • Engine room and Forepeak hatches have interior security bars.
  • Watertight door from master cabin into the forepeak has interior locking system.

Domestic Equipment:

  • Asko full size washer and dryer.
  • Dyson Animal DC44 vacuum system x 4 throughout the yacht.
  • Miele Portable S8000 series vacuum.


  • Miele KM 6381 4 burner induction Cooktop (2017).
  • Miele 230v Master Chef 27” single oven.
  • Bosch 800 Series fully Integrated Dishwasher.
  • Fisher & Paykel HC90DCXB1 FP AA galley extraction fan.
  • Frigoboat custom Refrigerator 24x29x36) Freezer(24x25x26) In Galley.
  • Frigoboat custom Refrigerator (30x30x22) Freezer(30x30x43) Aft guest hallway.
  • All Fridge/Freezers have Frigoboat evaporators 380F & 24v Danfoss Compressors K50F.
  • Keel cooling & heat fin extraction for all fridge compressors.
  • Guardian coastal climate controllers for fridge/freezer compressor controls.
  • U-Line Icemaker ULN-SP18WH-20.


  • Sealand vacuflush heads with SeaLand(SP TS24) diaphragm pumps x 5- valving to holding tanks, direct overboard discharge, or to shoreside pump out fitting.
  • SeaLand SP TS24 Waste Discharge Pumps x 4 for overboard and shoreside pumping.
  • Whale Gulper IC high capacity waste pumps x 8 for all shower and sink drains.
  • Freshwater deck shower on aft swim platform with hot and cold mixer valve.
  • Day head aft cockpit with sink, and SeaLand Vacuflush head.
  • Master cabin bathtub & shower combination with Mr. Steam MS-150-E steam bath generator.

Heating & Ventilation:

  • Marine Air Systems x 5 - 240v independently controlled air conditioning units, each unit independently cooled by 240v raw water pump. Two Units in saloon/galley, one unit in master cabin, and two units on the fly bridge.
  • Marine Air Systems x 7 - 240v independently controlled keel cooled air conditioning units. 1 in each cabin. 1 in electrical control room, and 2 in saloon/galley.
  • Marine Air Thermostat controller for each individual unit.
  • Fan only and dehumidification modes in addition to cool.
  • Vessel Heating through Kabola KB 75 diesel heater
  • Vimar Idea controls for Kabola heating system and fans in each cabin and saloon and flyrbridge areas.
  • Webasto AirTop 5000 Diesel heater for flybridge heating with AirTop/EvoM controller.
  • Electric cylinder controlled skylight hatches, with rain sensor for auto closer. 2 in Master, and X 2 in salon
  • Exhaust fans in all heads.
  • Complete set of sky light hatch covers, all hatches have integrated screens.
  • Strataglass clears on fly bridge are 100% openable for complete ventilation.
  • All interior spaces have exterior ventilation via a vent system that can easily be opened and closed internally providing, an excellent source of fresh air flow throughout the yacht
  • An overhead, and side sun shade awning system for complete aft deck coverage.
  • Foredeck sunshade awning that covers trampoline lounge area and forward saloon windows.
  • Decent side deck overhangs for shade & rain cover on saloon windows.


  • Cisco network integrated with Mitel 3300cx II router to provide stored entertainment throughout the yacht.
  • Synology Rack station RS818 for storage of vessels movies shows and music.
  • SONOS smart stereo sound system to provide sound independently or as needed throughout the yacht
  • Master cabin– Sonos speakers x 2.
  • Saloon- full surround sound – Sonos speakers x 2, sound bar, and Sonos subwoofer.
  • Aft Deck – Polk Audio Marine Speakers x 2.
  • Flybridge – Fusion Marine Speakers x 4.
  • Additional 2 portable Sonos speakers for flexible use where needed
  • Saloon:
  1. Samsung 55” LED Smart TV.
  2. Apple TV.
  3. Samsung blue ray player.
  • Master Cabin
  1. Samsung 46” LED Smart TV.
  2. Apple TV.


  • Interior lighting is recessed warm white LED 24v i2systems light fittings.
  • LED strip lighting throughout.
  • Vimar dimmers for all overhead & strip lighting.
  • Rigid Industries- forward, side, and aft deck 24v LED flood lights.
  • Side deck, stairways, fly bridge beneath helm station, swim platform, and hallway LED courtesy lighting.
  • Large forward and side facing LED 24v flood lights on foremast.
  • 24v LED lights in engine room.
  • Fly bridge and saloon helm station LED red chart table lights.
  • Aqualuma Gen3 (series 12) x 4 white underwater lights.


Summary of Accommodation:

  • Interior finish is sapele mahogany, crown cut with a varnished satin finish and no grain fill.
  • Ultra leather headliners and saloon windowsills in polar white
  • Lower level berths and companionway cabin coverings are in bone in colour from MDC walls.
  • Heavy traffic durable laminate floors throughout from Project floors-Plankwood- Light collection.
  • Saloon dining and sofa material- ultra suede indigo.
  • Saloon dining and sofa owners covers in 3 colours - grey, white, blue, burgundy- natural cotton.
  • Master cabin sofa in ultra suede Amethyst.
  • All counter tops are Hi-macs solid surface Genova.
  • Aft cockpit cushions in red and tender cushions are grey. Both are executed in Sunbrella

Description of layout:

The saloon, also known as the Great Room, with 360 degree views of the outside - from aft there is entry into the Great Room and to port you find the galley. This is equipped with Hi Macs Solid surface arctic white counter tops and the interior is executed in mahogany trim. The fridge and freezer are in solid stainless steel. There are useful bar seats at the galley.

Forward of the galley is a large dining table that was hand crafted for ICEBERG by Mario Marinkovch and it is made of 3,000-year-old Kauri wood. 8-people are comfortably seated here.

Opposite to starboard is a large sofa, which can also double as a day bed. This is a great place for relaxing and enjoying life at sea. Forward is a helm station for rough weather use or for during long passages.

ICEBERG has large portlights in the hull. In the turn of the stairs is a small seating area. The steps lead down to the lower deck lobby. This houses a comfortable office area with MAC computer and printer and room for books. Opposite this is a large cleaning cabinet.

This fantastic space has an access hatch that is large enough to accommodate a motorcycle but for normal daily access there is a Lewmar deck hatch. The area is well laid out and there is a useful storage system for parts that are all labelled and catalogued. Beneath the floorboards, the bilge area is of huge volume and is great for longer-term storage of ship’s and personal items.

There are hanging bars for dive gear, wetsuits, lifejackets and so on. There is a rack system for paddleboards, surfboards, kite boards and other yachting gear on the port side, which can be folded flush to the yacht’s side if the area is needed for additional spare part storage.

There is direct access to the chain locker from the forward bulkhead and to starboard is a large workbench with a deck tool set and storage for 4 dive bottles

This area has the following equipment -

  • Bowthruster and manifold.
  • Bauer junior 2 dive compressor.
  • Air horn compressor and tank.
  • A California air tools compressor for ships’ air system.
  • Furuno forward facing sonar.
  • An auxiliary diesel bilge/fire pump.
  • An electric diaphragm bilge pump designated to forepeak.
  • An additional hydraulic bilge pump for the master cabin and forepeak.
  • Forward master cabin air conditioning raw water and glycol circulation pumps.
  • Master cabin toilet vacuum pump and tank, with separate black water storage tank.
  • Master cabin black and grey water tank discharge pumps.
  • Master cabin grey water tank.

VIP Cabin (Port):

This comes with a Queen sized berth with masses of drawers for storage and a nice bedside table. There is a comfortable en-suite heads compartment with good shower, storage, WC and basin.

Triple Cabin (Starboards):

A great children’s cabin that could be adjusted for more mature visitors if required. There is an inboard single bunk and outboard single berth – ideal for small people. There is lots of storage space and a very good shower room. The cabin also has a large horizontal porthole so light floods in.

There is a door aft of this that leads into the crew area.

The crew cabin has generous upper and lower berths with a porthole and ample storage cupboards. There is a full standing wardrobe and drawers for storage aft of the cabin entrance. There is an en-suite shower with heads with film separation between them. 

Opposite the crew cabin there is an extra-large refrigerator and freezer which are side loaded.

To port is the electrical room. This has the yacht’s electrical panels, both AC and DC, shorepower selection switching, generator controls, battery charger controls and bilge and tank pump switches. Outboard are electrical components, air conditioning fancoil and compressor with the refrigeration compressors and controllers, solar panel controllers, main start and stop for the engines and the yacht’s monitoring screen and components and the Victron battery charger and invertor units. This area also doubles as a crew mess and has an electric plate for making hot drinks and the like. 

Behind this, through a watertight door is the engine room. The engine room may be accessed through an aft hallway watertight door or from an aft deck Lewmar hatch, thus giving crew access to the interior of the yacht without interrupting guests, and quick direct access from the crew cabin. The engine room is large and is well laid out with plenty of workable space between the different systems. From the forward bulkhead working aft the starboard side forward bulkhead holds the 24v Victron battery charger, alternator regulators, alternator noise filters, alternator selection switches, dc/dc converters, and parallel

To starboard is the toilet vacuum system, main engine exhaust manifold and the shower head and exhaust mixing box, starboard fuel day tank and Racor fuel filters with manifold, fuel polishing manifold and transfer pumps. Also air conditioning, raw water and glycol circulation pumps, and an extra large work bench with tool chests. Further to starboard and aft is the dinghy davit hydraulic power pack, and diesel Kabola heating system with expansion tank, together with the generator gas and water separation box and generator discharge valving.

Along the aft engine room bulkhead is the steering system with plenty of great access, for rams, pumps, autopilot manifolds, and emergency steering setup and equipment. The black water tank and its discharge pumps and valves are also in this area. The 24kva Charles marine transformer is on the aft bulkhead.

On deck there is an aft cockpit with a table that seats 8 people. The trash compactor is stored there, as well as the beach storage locker and there is a BBQ and overhead bimini. To port there is a day head.

Steps up to the flybridge – known on an FPB as the matrix deck.

Finished with teak decks and teak trim this is a large and spacious area, which is the heart of the yacht. There is the helm station with all navigation controls and this is located aft, giving a large entertaining area forward with a teak table that seats 8 and which will hydraulically lower to provide an enormous sunbathing area. The side clears can be removed and the area is fully air-conditioned and heated.

Another area that deserves a mention is the foredeck where there is trampoline seating making a lounging area with a fully covered awning in front of the great room. This is a great place to relax when aboard ICEBERG.


  • Deck wash: Hot and cold spigots on port and starboard wing stations, Foredeck, aft deck, and swim platform.
  • Stainless deck stanchions with stainless lifeline system.
  • Boarding gates port and starboard, mid ship gates, fly bridge wing station gates, & passerelle from swim platform.
  • Aft deck custom built 2electric BBQ.
  • Includes 2 x flopper stoppers for use at anchor, and Kolstrand trolling stabilizers for use in the event of main stabilizer failure. All deployed from the booms on separate pennants with rope clutches.
  • 4.3 metre x 2.5 -15mm above water line swim platform with integrated folding stainless steel dive ladder that doubles as stern pulpit, no lifting no fuss system.
  • Aft deck freshwater shower (hot and cold with mixer valve).
  • Convenient kayak storage over starboard side C type Davit.
  • Manual removable crane on foredeck, C-type davit for large tender, overhead boom for inflatable dinghy, roller track system for inflatable dinghy on swim platform.

Anchoring & Mooring Equipment:

  • Primary ground tackle consists of 150KG Rocna anchor with 107 meters of 13mm A7 DIN76 Type A Galvanized chain.
  • Maxwell VWC4500 24 VDC windlass with chain counter and Maxwell controls at fly bridge, main helm, wireless remote, and wired foot pedals.
  • Fortress FX55 and 2 x F125 anchors for kedging/storm use with 120 meters of hi modulus line.
  • Foredeck x 2 Lewmar self-tailing #48 winch for hoisting dinghy, or mooring line support.
  • Aft deck x 3 Lewmar self-tailing #48 winch for deploying flopper stopper booms, hoisting dinghy, or mooring line support.
  • Full assortment of 1’ high modulus and 7/8 inch dual braid lines for docking & other uses.
  • Galerider storm drogue and Parachute anchor.
  • Full assortment of mooring lines and inflatable fenders.
  • 2 x 8mm - 3mtr stainless steel chain with shackles.

Covers, Canvas & Cushions:

  • 3 different Natural cotton colored covers (white, grey, navy blue) for all interior seating including the day bed.
  • Seat and table covers for saloon and fly bridge.
  • Crew covers for saloon and fly bridge.
  • Helm chair covers for saloon and fly bridge.
  • Hatch covers.
  • Tender covers.
  • Kayak covers.
  • Winch covers.
  • BBQ Cover.
  • Radar & antenna covers.

Tender & Outboard:

  • 6mtr David de Viler - Circa Marine built custom aluminium tender with closed cell EVA foam with PE coating full rub rail system, ICOM VHF radio, Simrad NSS, Evo 2 GPS. 70hp Yamaha outboard (2014). Bow and stern anchors, large under seat cooler, 3 x 24ltr fuel tank removable jerry cans. Full collapsible bow dodger for rough/rain weather, and self-draining deck system.
  • AB 10 AL inflatable dinghy, aluminum bottom 20HP Yamaha 4 stroke (2014). Inflatable dinghy can be stored on main deck, swim platform, or foredeck.
  • Overhead booms support launching of inflatable dinghy from main deck. Roller track system on swim platform for easy slide in and out deployment with removable manual crane for foredeck.
  • Launch and retrieve large tender via custom C - type hydraulic davit, with wireless remote, which is a simple one-person operation.

Safety Equipment:

  • Aft deck safety netting and gates.
  • Switlik SAR 6100 1- 6person canister life raft x 2.
  • Emergency ditch bags x 2 in fly bridge.
  • Emergency ditch bag x 1 in 6 metre tender.
  • Windslow 60SLOP- 6 person super light life raft for large tender.
  • Crewsaver Premier PFD’s with lights x 2 in each cabin, plus additional 8 on fly bridge.
  • Inflatable life jackets- (Burnsc CWX 150) x 2 , Baltic Winner 275 x 2.
  • Flares-1 white comet handheld, 2 red comet handheld, 4 red comet parachute.
  • ACR global fix Ipro 406mhz Epirb - batteries replaced in 2019 (1 x mounted,1 x ditch bag).
  • ACR ResQLink Personal locator beacon x 1 for large tender.
  • SART-Mcmurdo x 1.
  • Dragger Parat C Smoke masks x 2 in each cabin.
  • Baltic MOB device x 1.
  • Backboard Stretcher.
  • National Marine Digi + Doc Medical kit- 24hr medical support system.
  • Zoll AED+ - AED unit.

Fire-fighting equipment:

  • Fuel system, engine room air intake, and manual fire suppression system can all be remotely activated outside of engine room.
  • First Alert (Atom Micro Photoelectric) smoke and fire alarms for all parts of the yacht
  • Carbon monoxide detector in engine room and forepeak sole audible units.
  • Heat Sensor in forepeak linked to Maretron alarm system.
  • NTM Sensors- Hydrogen gas sensor for battery bank audible alarm in electrical room.
  • Fireboy HFC – 227ea Manual/Automatic clean agent 47lbs x 2. Fire suppression system for engine room.
  • Fireboy heat detectors in engine room.
  • Fireboy-Xintex ESC Series engine shutdown controller.
  • Fire Extinguishers throughout- Quell2kg x 1(AB) Kiddie15lb x 4 (ABC) Badger x42.5lb (BC) Badger11lb x 3 (ABC).
  • Hatz-Diesel/IPT Pump- Auxiliary bilge and fire pump, with 2.4mtr spring hosed check valved pickup line, and 2”- 5.6mtr + 15mtr fire hose with nozzle. Hard plumped in forepeak for fire main.
  • Fire Blanket Hot HeadsASTM F 1989-05- 1 Galley closet.
  • Fire Axe.




Steve Reoch
757 SE 17th Street #500
Ft.Lauderdale, FL. 33316

M + 305/216-8682
T +954/671-0107
F +954/636-3798

Berthon International

Sue Grant
The Shipyard Lymington
Hampshire SO41 3YL

T: +44 (0) 1590 679 222
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Zentnerstrasse 15 Rgb
80798 München

Tel. +49 (0)89 / 209 20 910

Fax. +49 (0)89 / 209 20 919

Paul Glynn, David Kunac

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München HRB 171808

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