Alia’s 30-Meter ‘Pocket Yacht’ Outshines Rigs Twice Its Size
The Virgen del Mar VI started as a one-off
For their 10th superyacht to date, Alia has unveiled the Virgen del Mar VI, a 31-meter rig that has a truly impressive amount of interior space and an abundance of beautiful, bespoke details.
The so-called “pocket yacht” was conceived as a one-off, but along the way the brand has recognized the appeal of what’s on offer, prompting them to develop a customizable series of models for buyers that can come in either 37- or 50-foot models.
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Between the five cabins, there is space enough for 10 passengers, the hosts presumably claiming the main-level state room, which has a private terrace. Of course there is plenty of outdoor private space elsewhere for guests to sunbathe or dine, and the indoor-outdoor space is connected by full-height wraparound windows. Interiors are by UK-based Redman Whiteley Dixon, and the superstructure was designed by Omega Architects.
Images via Alia
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