For over a decade, Turkish manufacturer Bilgin Yachts have done nothing less than deliver incredibly envy-inducing vessels, and now they have done so again with “Tatiana,” a superyacht that is essentially the equivalent of a five-star spa resort meeting a private ship.
Crafted out of mahogany, marble, and epoxy — all accompanied by the scent of eucalyptus — Tatiana does not only set extravagant standards from a cosmetic perspective but from a national one. Bilgin’s newest vessel is the largest superyacht that has ever been constructed in all of Turkey, measuring in at an impressive 80 meters (263 feet). Equipped with eight separate cabins, an owner’s deck, and a private owner’s suite, the yacht offers enough space to harbor 16 guests. Tatiana also boasts a 30-foot long freshwater swimming pool, along with world-class views from every angle. It’s more sustainable than you think, too, as Bilgin has said that their latest model is their most eco-friendly to date, having been crafted under IMO Tier III standards and boasting a special exhaust system that provides 100% clean air emissions while achieving a top speed of 19 knots.
The gorgeous superyacht is the first of Bilgin’s 263 series, and it will be followed by a pair of ships that have already been sold to their lucky owners and will launch later in 2021 and in 2022, respectively. As it stands with Tatiana, the company is surely starting this collection off on the right foot.