Turkish shipyard Alia Yachts is celebrating its 10th superyacht delivery to date with the 102 foot/31 metre Virgen del Mar VI which was launched in May of this year and delivered in early July. She boasts a full displacement steel hull with an aluminium superstructure designed by Omega Architects with British studio Redman Whitely Dixon responsible for her “fresh and airy” interior decor finished with hand-cast bronze, premium light oak and dark sycamore woods.

Built with global cruising in mind, Virgen del Mar VI offers an impressive amount of space for a 102 foot/30 metre yacht. Alia President Gökhan Çelik remarked, “There are plenty of 30-metre yachts out there, but most are production boats and none of them offer quite the same volume and degree of customisation or bespoke design features. There’s nothing quite like her in her size on the market.”

Highlights onboard include her 164-square foot/50-square metre flybridge which is ideal for lazy mornings under the sun or long evenings spent celebrating life with close friends and loved ones. When it is finally time to turn in for the night, you’ll find five well-appointed guest suites divided into two doubles, two twins, and a stately 74-square foot/22.5-square metre master suite with its own private terrace. In total, Virgen del Mar VI can accommodate up to 10 overnights guests.

Due to the level of interest in the Virgen del Mar VI’s impressive layout and space, Alia Yachts have decided to develop two additional models of 121 feet/37 metres and 164 feet/50 metres to provide potential owners with maximum flexibility. These models will be available with fully customisable interiors and the shipyard already has Letters of Intent which should see Alia Yachts build numerous further units inspired by this gorgeous “pocket superyacht”.