From the sociable aft deck to the inviting foredeck seating and sunpads – which offer privacy from the dock and
a refreshing breeze at anchor – Ginger has been designed for outdoor living. Capping her exterior spaces is the
sundeck, designed to nestle within the sleek curves of the superstructure yet offering four inviting sun loungers for
you and your guests to soak up the rays and admire the view.
What could be better than sitting in the cool breeze enjoying an al fresco lunch or dinner? A
brand new teak dining table aft delivers a grand and sumptuous experience, while for more
informal or intimate dinners the foredeck dinette provides the ultimate outdoor dining experience
with a view.
The main saloon offers indulgence and luxury with the elegant simplicity of subtle design, with a
comfortable sofa to port and Eames chairs to starboard. The state-of-the-art helm station lies at
the forward end of the main saloon beyond the a divider that holds the television. Forward, the
lower saloon has been re-imagined as a generous media room-cum-cinema that creates a cosy
retreat with an aft bulkhead and with a natural fibre carpet underfoot.
Located amidships, the generous, full-beam master suite includes its en suites, comfortable
seating areas and an impressive entertainment system. The main cabin is flooded with natural
light through the distinctive vertical hull windows, which also afford a mesmerising view to the
water – particularly when traveling at speed…
Nestled comfortably in the forward section of the hull, the VIP suite has been cleverly designed
with an angled double bed, walk-in wardrobe, curved seating and a generous en suite – the
epitome of private luxury for your family and friends. A second en suite guest cabin offers both a
regular berth, and a Pullman berth when that little extra capacity is required.
Ginger offers guests the ultimate entertainment systems, with her extensive refit including
upgrades throughout. In the main saloon, a 60-inch screen drops from the deckhead, while in the lower media
room the 65-inch 3DTV is set to wow viewers. The Apple TV system is controlled by iPad Minis on a state of the
art Crestron backbone. The yacht’s exterior entertainment system has also been overhauled with brand
new exterior speakers and TVs.
Crammed with the latest technology, and with her engines, machinery and ancillary equipment
having been completely overhauled and serviced during the refit, the technical elements are as
good as new. The drive system – twin KaMeWa waterjets coupled to powerful MTU diesel units
– ensures spirited performance and easy close-quarters maneuvering in equal measure.
Main engines 2 x MTU 16V 4000 M90
Hours (1100 hours as of November 2015)
Output 3,701hp each
Generators 2 x Kohler 55EFOZ
Output 55kW each
Hours (4100/4200 hours as of May 2015)
Bowthruster 1 x 56kW
Drive system 2 x KaMeWa 71SII waterjets
Stabiliser system 4 x Mitsubishi ARG MSM-4000
Watermaker Idromar MC3 J180, 180l/h
Maximum speed 35 knots
Cruising speed 25 knots
Fuel capacity 16,500 litres
Water capacity 3,000 litres
Grey / black water 760 litres each
Zodiac Project 420
GPS Simrad AIS A180
Radar Simrad CX54 E
Autopilot Simrad AP50
Satcoms T&T Mini M and Fleet 77
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