The shipyard Alia Yachts, based in Antalya, Turkey, has announced the successful deliver of the superyacht Virgen del Mar VI. Built in steel and aluminum for cruises all around the world, this boat has a remarkable volume for its size.
From the Alia Yachts shipbuilding workshops in Turkey, the splendid 31-meter superyacht, Virgen del Mar VI, domiciled in the United Kingdom, sets sail gracefully. Its full displacement steel hull and aluminum superstructure make it a long range boat, with an exceptional volume for its size. And to spoil nothing, his style is signed by world class designers. The bold exterior design is the work of the Dutch studio Omega Architects, while the sophisticated interior bears the signature of UK-based Redman Whitely Dixon. The bias for decoration is based on a palette of light oak and dark sycamore, fresh and airy, with bronze details cast by hand. The cut-outs in the partitions increase the view of the sea from the main living room and the master suite. Two decks, front and rear, provide dream spaces for dining, lounging and sunbathing at leisure. Four spacious guest cabins (two doubles and two singles) on the lower deck are available to guests. The overall tone is one of casual elegance, spotted by natural light and reflections of water, thanks to the panoramic windows at full height.