Friday, March 5th 2010, saw the successful launch at Holland's Hakvoort yard of the new 48.77 metre motor yacht Mirgab VI.
Mirgab VI makes the most of her length in terms of both interior comfort and cruising performance. Encased in an aluminium superstructure, the luxurious indoor areas of the yacht are finished in traditional nautical style with a wealth of wood and stone panelling. A lift connects all four decks through their respective lobbies, with a stair winding around the circular lift shaft.
This superyacht also features a wealth of wide outdoor spaces to provide stunning panoramic views, including a partial walkaround gangway on the main deck and a full one on the bridge deck.
Designed for bluewater cruising in all conditions, Mirgab VI is as technologically advanced as she is beautiful. She has been built to meet Lloyd’s regulations for special service craft and would therefore be ideal for chartering, with superb accommodation for up to 16 guests. The owner's stateroom is located on the sundeck. There is a total of seven guest staterooms, four located on the lower deck, one on the main deck and two on the bridge deck, all with ensuite bathrooms.