A Superyacht made for Global Cruising

Built for global cruising, at 235 GT, Virgin del Mar VI presents a remarkable volume for her length and an equally impressive performance, with a range of 4,500 nautical miles. The firm horizontal lines of her exterior styling reflect her resolute character, making her a quite exceptional evolution of the superyacht.

Alia Yachts Virgin Del Mar bridge deck with lights on

Unwind in Style

There are ample outdoor spaces for dining, lounging and sunbathing, while the interior offers gratifyingly airy accommodation. A palette of light oak and dark sycamore, with hand-cast bronze detailing, sets the tone of casual elegance, dappled in natural light and reflections off the water.

Custom built to see the world

The full-beam owner’s suite has two full-height glass doors on either side, leading to a private fore terrace on the main deck. The main dining saloon, set aft, continues panoramic views across the water, again with full-height wrap-around windows – literally custom built to see the world.

Alia Yachts Virgin Del Mar lounge and dinning area


  • Hull Type Displacement Motor Yacht
  • Exterior Design Omega Architects
  • Interior Design Redman Whitley Dixon
  • Classification RINA✠Steel Hull • MACH YCH Short Range
  • Material Steel / Aluminium
  • Length Overall 30.50 m
  • Beam Length 7.40 m
  • Draft 2.10 m
  • Range at Economical Speed 4,500 nm
  • Engines 2 x Yanmar 6HYM-Wet, L Rating @ 650 bhp each
  • Generators 2 x 40 kW Kohler
  • Accommodation 10 guests + 6 crew

General Arrangement