ICE Yachts sells the 20th unit of the ICE 54: an icon of style and reliability

The ICE 54 by ICE Yachts is a fast cruiser created for owners who are passionate and skilled and are looking for excitement at the helm

25 March 2024 | by Redazione

ICE Yachts is marking another achievement with the sale of the 20th unit of the ICE 54, the flagship model for the Salvirola shipyard, thanks to its excellent performance and impeccable design. 15.80 metres long, the ICE 54 can be found in waters around the world, having become the preferred choice of expert sailors with a passion for ocean adventures. Indeed, its design is perfect for long range cruises as well as performing in transoceanic races.


ICE 54 represents a new generation of sail boats, a modern yacht in which performance and comfort on board work in harmony. The design of the ICE 54 is inspired by the ICE 52, with the same qualities, modifying only a few characteristics to increase comfort and liveability both during navigation and in roads. The ICE 54 has a 6cm larger freeboard, creating ample interior space for a vessel of this size.

The scimitar-shaped bow and the upturned stern, a trademark of the brand, derive directly from the racer, ICE 33. From a hydrodynamic profile, the water line and appendages promise excellent performance, both in travelling upwind at a tight angle, and planing at high speed, thanks to its maximum beam of 4.65 metres and the flat and resistant sections of the stern.

This innovative design was curated by Felci Yacht Design, who designed an elegant yet efficient deck. Its size, after all, speaks for itself: Thirteen tonnes, 25% less than the category average, nearly 160 square metres close-hauled sail, around 400 under tailwind, with high safety levels thanks to the stability of its shape and its weight/keel ratio.


To the stern of the wheelhouse is a large relaxation area, with direct access to the water thanks to the opening stern which works as a beach club and access to the garage, where a tender of 2.80 metres can be stowed. The cockpit, with spacious benches and coaming, is oversized and, in addition to comfortable and sheltered sailing, has space for a large dining table. The large lateral windows enhance connection with the surrounding seascape, making life on board bright and pleasant.


One of the strengths of the ICE 54 are the interiors, spacious and comfortable, available in various layouts and standing out through their infinitely detailed finishings. The ample size of the owner’s cabin to the bow, allows space for an extra large bed, easily accessible from both sides, like at home. In alternative to a classic cabin, it is also possible to choose the type of bathroom to the bow.

Particular attention has been paid to the layout of the kitchen, having a comfortable island that creates a feeling of continuity with the dinette and living area. Another quality that makes the ICE 54 stand out is that the additional space to the stern offers room for an extra large bathroom, complete with a separate shower stall serving the two guest cabins.



Overall length: 15.80 m

Waterline Length: 14.84 m

Maximum Beam: 4.65 m

Draught: 2.50/2.80 m

Displacement: 12.00 t

Ballast: 5.00 t

Engines: Volvo CV 75 Saildrive

Fresh water tanks: 520 L

Diesel tanks: 350 L

Material: Carbon-glass fibre sandwich

Construction: Epoxy resin infusion

Mast: Carbon fibre



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