Turkish builder Bilgin Yachts Build 154-foot Motoryacht

Turkish builder has a 46.8-meter under construction that is expected to be delivered in 2016. The design is by British studio H2 Yacht Design.

The design takes in four decks and a straight bow with three internal decks. Features like a jacuzzi/pool, a beach club, master suite with a balcony and plenty of deck space with al-fresco dining. With ample deck space both fore and aft there is room for sun loungers and sunpads even. Erect the poles for the sunshades and even the shade dwellers come out.
Bilgin Yachts state the yacht is 46.8-meters LOA and has a beam of 9.20-meters, just a shade over 30-feet. Unique Yacht Design has been taking care of the Naval Architecture while H2 Yacht design are both on the interior and exterior design facets of the build. She is being built with a steel hull and an aluminium superstructure. Top speed is slated to be just under 17-knots with a cruise speed of 13-knots. The 154-footer will be utilizing twin CAT 1,450 horsepower marine diesels. The yacht is presently in the outfitting stages and will be classed to RINA standards.

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