Pink Gin Verde is the first of Baltic’s new Café Racer line to hit the water. She has been described as a potent cocktail of style, sustainability, performance and innovation, and she points the way to zero-emission, low-carbon footprint sailing.
Whilst she carries the ‘Pink Gin’ name, the Baltic 68 Café Racer is all about her green credentials. The yacht was showcased to attendees of the Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup in Porto Cervo at the beginning of September and was showered with compliments.
Designed primarily as an all-electric, easy-to-sail weekender, which can be un-plugged and underway within minutes, the 68 Café Racer benefits from naval architecture and exterior styling by Javier Jaudenes, with interior design and styling for the model developed in collaboration with Jens Paulus. For the interior of Pink Gin Verde however, the owner opted to implement a design by Design Unlimited.
The smart, modern and comfortable interior utilises only sustainable materials for the upholstery and furnishings, and there are two spacious cabins to accommodate four guests.
“This is a yacht which tackles today’s challenges of sustainability and low carbon targets head on – she’s fun and easy to handle, offering a genuinely rewarding sailing experience” – Henry Hawkins, Executive Vice President, Baltic Yachts.