The world’s largest carbon boat, the 53-meter-long Pink Gin VI, is Black Yacht’s sixth vessel, designed for the owner Hans George Nader …
Designed for cruising and racing, this yacht from the Finnish climate can reach a speed of 30 knots, which is hyper-speed if we take into account its size. Its mast of 67.66 meters can carry a sail of 1.423 m2, and the yacht itself has a special sailing plan for high performance in mild and moderate wind conditions.
In addition to its ability to sail, the Pink Gin VI is the ultimate boat, which has a three-cockpit arrangement, a bulky swimming platform, two balconies and five cabins.
The interior of the yacht, work of Design Unrestricted studio, is probably one of the most eclectic we’ve ever seen, with a violet piano which has 8,600-year-old oak keys, furniture made of pewter and Baccarat chandeliers. The bathroom oak was meticulously sourced soon after the designers rejected teak and other woods as not obtaining the temperament they preferred for the inside. Ultimately, they found an historic piece in Croatia with a darkish, reliable grain without blonde streaks found on most bathroom oak. The table goes perfectly with the smoked-oak floors, which were painted gold, then silver, and then sanded for a distressed appear, revealing levels of colours.
The saloon desk is covered with laser-lower stingray pores and skin and its drawers lined with suede. The owner’s cabin has a wall built from Cuban fishing boats and his mattress is surrounded by hand-carved bamboo and a leather head board. The pillars beside the staircase are covered in salmon pores and skin, while dried bouquets and foliage in a semi-translucent resin table by Dutch artist Marci Rusak sit around the eating space. The keel box and some bulkheads are covered by leather-bound book spines.