Built of aluminium by German yard Abeking & Rasmussen, Baiurdo VI was delivered in 1992 to a design by Gilles Vaton. She has had regular updates made since, including a full refit and new hull paint job in 2019, as well as a further refit in 2021. Accommodation is for eight guests in four cabins comprising a master suite, VIP suite, double and twin, all with their own en suite. Additional crew quarters accommodate a team of four.
Her large and spacious open plan saloon and dining area offer comfortable seating, a coffee table and a dining table for eight guests. It is also possible to dine al fresco on deck at the centre cockpit table, which seats six guests in comfort with a fixed Bimini top for shade.
Originally named Arrayan II, the yacht successfully circumnavigated the world and has entered several sailing regattas and races. According to Y.CO's James Pool: "Baiurdo VI is a pedigree Northern European built sailing yacht, with proven globetrotting capability, which is just what is needed for her new owner who plans to sail the world with her."
Under power from a single 345hp Mercedes diesel engine, the yacht sports a range of 3,000 nautical miles at 9 knots.
Baiurdo VI was asking €1,550,000 with VAT paid.