Bilgin Yachts recently launched Tatiana, a brand new 45 metre conceptual superyacht designed by acclaimed German designer Joachim Kinder. This being the yard’s second project for the same client, the Turkey based shipyard proves to be a highly accomplished player in the superyacht industry.
At first glance, Tatiana’s exterior immediately stands out because of her sleek and fluent lines, pleasing the eye with a look that is a blend of sportive and contemporary finesse. Her exterior look, emphasizing her length by the clever hull colouring, is a perfect example of a dynamic and sophisticated esthetic; a superyacht that vibrantly combines the relaxation and comfort of cruising with the excitement of speed.
Tatiana’s exterior style effortlessly translates into her interior design. Upon entering the main saloon, which is accessible through large aft automatic sliding doors and two sliding doors on either side, what immediately draws attention is the spacious setup with large windows and a sizeable L-shaped sofa. The balanced colour palette is light and fresh with accents of stylish dark brown, a pleasant combination with the ample amounts of natural light resulting in a classic and elegant atmosphere. The lighting in the main saloon emphasizes the shape of the room, literally providing a soft frame of light that subtly complements the design in the form of an overhead rectangular cassette with indirect illumination. A large decorative room divider separates the saloon’s living area from the dining room, easily seating a company of twelve guests.
The main saloon’s bar has an unique functionality, effortlessly turning from an inside bar into an outside area by opening the large sliding window, blending it with the aft deck area which consists of a large al fresco dining table with a big, comfortable sofa and additional chairs.
The vessel’s interior design is perfectly implemented throughout every room onboard, with an overall feeling of spaciousness that was an eminent aspect of the yachts original concept brief. Remarkably, this feeling of airiness throughout the yacht has been maintained while a substantial number of rooms have been incorporated into the vessel’s layout as well.
With no less than two owner’s suites, a fully equipped cinema room and four guest cabins, along with a equally spacious crew area, it is nothing short of impressive how Tatiana’s designer has been able to combine two key aspects into one well balanced design; space and a large amount of separate rooms.
Specific attention has been paid to the vessel’s galley, providing a large array of refrigerators as well as a cooking island, XXL oven, among many other amenities necessary for creating a professional cooking environment, all set in a tastefully designed ambiance of high gloss lacquered furniture and black countertops.
The central staircase connects all decks in a pleasant atmosphere will ample natural light. In the front section of the main deck, one of the owner’s staterooms is located. These quarters include a generous size bathroom, separable from the bedroom by large automatic sliding glass doors. As with all rooms onboard, this cabin has a spacious setup with lots of light and the yacht’s signature pallet of beige, white and brown tints. As with the main saloon’s living and dining areas, indirect light is provided by a centrally placed, rectangular shaped wooden ceiling cassette.
The lower deck houses two large sized VIP and two guest cabins, all providing spectacular views through the outstanding, large portholes, providing guests with a sense of space and airiness which perfectly adds to the light and modern interior design. Each cabin is provided with king size beds, en suite bathrooms and flat screen TVs. Two guest cabins also boast additional Pullman beds, providing space to a total of twelve.
Uniquely, Tatiana houses a second owner’s stateroom on the upper deck. These quarters consist of a massage room, steam room, luxuriously fitted bathroom and extra study. All this is framed by stunning views and large amounts of natural light courtesy of the large surrounding windows.
Outside, the upper aft deck and flybridge areas are arranged in such a way, that they can be easily separated for owner’s usage exclusively. Outside areas being as spacious as the yacht’s interior, sunbeds, a swimming pool, Jacuzzi, bars, chaise longues and various seating areas can be enjoyed by guests. Clever design results in the possibility to separate several areas to be used my different groups. The flybridge, dominated by an impressive swimming pool and a large adjacent sunbed area, is shaded by a hardtop but can be easily turned into an open space by use of the retractable awning. Impressively, outside amenities include a barbecue, bar and large L-shaped dining, turning this superyacht into a vessel that provides guests with a total package of possibilities in a utterly classy environment.
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