Delivered in late 2021, Tintin pays homage to the beloved character from the famous comic book series The Adventures of Tin Tin. The series follows the explorations of a reporter and adventurer as he travels the world with his dog, Snowy.
With the current owners being animal activists, sustainable and vegan interior was simply a must-have, with recycled materials and faux leathers brought into play. She features a refreshing light and airy interior with vibrant, whimsical pieces and 4 luxurious staterooms that can host up to 8 guests, one of which is a currently set up as a fully-equipped gym.
The in-house design team used the Memphis design movement as a template for the inspiration behind the interior; a 1980's design approach that often encourages the use of chaotic colours and unique style combinations.
Other on-board highlights include a covered al fresco dining area, stylish bar on the main deck and a swimming platform.
Unique to Tintin, the flybridge can be fully enclosed and air conditioned, and is completely customised with a fully teak deck, a stunning wet bar, whirlpool jacuzzi, sunbed and lounging areas with space aft for tender and toy storage.
Although she boasts such a deeply personal and carefully thought-out interior, Tintin was recently sold to new owners under Fraser Yachts, and is now ready to enjoy summer cruising.