Built in steel and aluminium by Dutch yard Hakvoort to a design by Diana Yacht Design, she was delivered in 2010 and has been always been used privately by the original owner. Mirgab VI has recently received her 10-year Lloyd’s Class certificate, as well as a repainted hull and superstructure and upgraded audio-visual and IT systems.
An Art Deco interior by Sinot Exclusive Design with sapele mahogany wood panelling, honey onyx inserts and Mother of Pearl highlights accommodates 12 guests in eight cabins comprising a sun deck master suite with a private terrace, two VIP suites, three doubles and two twins. All guest cabins have entertainment centres, television screens and en suite bathroom facilities.
In the main saloon, there is a seating area aft with a large sofa, four armchairs, a coffee table with onyx top, two credenzas to port and two to starboard with ample storage. An entertainment centre includes a drop-down 42-inch television screen.
Outside, the main aft deck offers a large U-shaped fixed sofa and two fixed tables with teak tops aft and a bar with sink, ice maker and mini-fridge on the port side. Up on the sundeck are four fixed sofas aft.
On the technical side, crew operations take place mostly on the main deck with a galley, crew mess and laundry with a dumbwaiter serving all four decks. Twin 938hp MTU diesel engines allow a cruising speed of 12.5 knots topping out at 13 knots and she is fitted with Quantum zero speed stabilisers.
Mirgab VI was asking €25,000,000.