Carmac VI

Carmac VI

About Carmac VI

The 41.70m Carmac VI was the first of three Feadships built for the same owner, followed by the 21.48m (70'6") Patricia in 1988 and the 45.72m (150'0") Carmac VII three years later. The gracious interior of Carmac VI was achieved with the help of some remarkable furnishings, including 200-year old hand carved walnut and cherry-wood paneling, 150-year old leaded glass china cabinets and custom woven carpeting. Everything was carefully removed a decade later and replaced onboard Carmac VII.


General info
  • Launch name Carmac VI
  • Current name King K
  • Year 1981
  • Length 41.70m / 136'11''
  • Beam 8.00m / 26'3''
  • Draught 2.54 / 8'4''
  • Speed 14 knots

  • Fuel Capacity 55,400 litres / 14,660 US gallons
  • Water Capacity 18,000 litres / 4,750 US gallons

  • Naval Architect De Voogt Naval Architects

  • Main Engines 2x General Motors marine diesel engines 12V 149,675 bhp at 1800 rpm each

  • Guests 12