And that camo color is very interesting - I did go to the PrimePortal (dot-"net", not "com") site, and looked at every one of those 206A pics - and noticed a striking difference between the appearance in full-sun, vs (even a little bit) in the shade, where the reddish tinge completely disappears - to the point where it looks not only a medium-dark gray, but sometimes even with a bluish-green tinge to it.
Apart from possible camera color-balance problems - of which I don't see any evidence, in those pics - there is one possible explanation that comes to mind: fluorescence - specifically red fluorescence, of the camo paint. Not the intense, "Day-Glo" type flourescence, but just a little bit of flouroescent pigment in the paint, giving off proportionately more red light, when brightly illuminated. And there is a whole lot of connection between red fluorescence, marine plants and their organic detritus and the light environment in exactly the coastal waters where these boats are designed to operate - which I won't go into, here - but I am sure this is what is behind this (seemingly) bizarre camouflage scheme.
In any case, it's yet another gorgeous build - just top-notch - from you, Gus. And it's your call - whatever you want to paint it - even Mountbatten Pink, if you want to! Oh...wait...that's exactly what you did do...!