Baltic Yachts announced that the 54m sailing yacht Pink Gin VI has finally hit the water. Pink Gin VI was one of the most anticipated yacht launches of 2017. She is now the largest carbon fibre sloop in the world. This unique 160-ton luxury vessel is extremely light for a yacht of her size. Her incredible 67.9m tall sloop rig set on carbon fibre spars.
Sailing yacht Pink Gin VI belongs to the Baltic 175 yacht series. The famous Finnish shipbuilder Baltic Yachts worked on the development of this superyacht project in collaboration with Judel/Vrolijk and Design Limited. This imposing sailing yacht has a beam of 9,55m and a draft of 4,50m.
Accommodation is provided in 7 well-appointed cabins, including a spacious Owner’s cabin, as well as six guest cabins. The vessel’s friendly and highly professional crew is accommodated in 4 crew cabins. Pink Gin VI has a very unusual feature for a sailing yacht: she is fitted with two balconies, which fold out to form openings in her topsides. Luxury yacht Pink Gin VI is powered by one MAN V12 1400hp diesel engine.
The video below provides the insights into the construction process of this stunning superyacht:
Find out more about superyachts built by Baltic Yachts here.