Pink Gin VI is the successor of the 46m Pink Gin. Her elegant exterior lines with a plumb bow and long stern overhang are a creation by the Germany-based studio judel/vrolijk & co. They did also the naval architecture. The interior (currently no pictures available) comes from the boards of Design Unlimited.
The yacht features a 68m carbon fiber mast and performance boom by Rondal in the Netherlands. The rigging equipment was delivered by Carbo-Link from Switzerland.
A not very often seen feature: She has two openings in the hull as balconies respectively terraces. One is forward at the owners’ area on the starboard side, the other one is amidships on the port side with direct access to the main salon. Speaking of the owner’s suite, this area features also a separate dressing room and a study. Five guest cabins with ensuite bathroom are also a part of the yacht.
Statement by Mark Tucker, Director of Design Unlimited
“Working on Pink Gin VI has been a great and exciting challenge. The new yacht is not so much an evolution of the previous Pink Gin, but a revolution in design; a superyacht that reflects the personality and passions of the owner.
It’s been a six-year journey that has pushed the boundaries of design to create a tactile interior that unites international art, fashion and experience.
Design Unlimited paid specific attention to partnering the exterior deck spaces with the interior. The result is a seamless transition, perfectly attuned to the al fresco lifestyle of superyacht ownership.
Pink Gin VI is not just a superyacht, she is a statement of individuality and creativity.”
|Length over all:||53.70 m|
|Length Waterline:||44.80 m|
|Draft:||4.50 m - 7.00 m|
|Naval Architecture:||judel/vrolijk & co|
|Interior Design:||Unlimited Design|
|Main Engine:||MAN V12 1400hp|
|Maximum Speed:||20 knots|
Impressions of the Building Process
Transporting something big
The transport of Pink Gin VI from the construction hall to the water was an event in Jakobstad – a Finnish town with a population of about 19,000 people.