Built by US yard Jemison Marine as a fishing trawler, Pink Shrimp was delivered in 2000. In 2010, she was rebuilt as a superyacht, commissioned by the very experienced yachtsman Jack Setton and was designed from the outset to be extremely low maintenance and able to operate with just three crew. She is also very fuel efficient, using only 14 gallons of fuel per hour at her long range cruising speed.
The interior of expedition superyacht Pink Shrimp is finished in white painted panels with teak trim, giving a lovely light and airy feeling. All countertops are finished in high gloss varnished teak wood. She accommodates eight guests in four cabins with en suite bathrooms and has a range of 4,500 nautical miles.