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Bilgin Yacht’s mid-size range yacht Bilgin 220, offers large and comfortable living areas behind its sportive look. The 67-meter yacht will feature sleek and masculin exterior lines by Unique Yacht Design, while its interior design is the result of the meticulous work of the London-based H2 Yacht Design.

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The Bilgin 263 series was designed and engineered by Unique Yacht Design whilst the interior was once again entrusted to the talent of H2 Yacht Design studio. The vessels will be built to ABS classification and LY3 compliant. With her sistership, she will be the largest yacht to be built in Turkey to date. Not only does this super yacht meet the exacting performance standards of the luxury industry but she sets the bar for Turkey’s growing high-end yacht sector. She is scheduled to be delivered in early 2019.

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The second hull of Bilgin 263, to be delivered in 2020, has many common design features with her sister. The trademark characteristics of Bilgin Yacht show themselves in the roomy private areas for the yacht owner, large windows, functional yet stylish furniture. Exterior lines and naval architecture are by Unique Yacht Design, while the interior lines have the signature of both H2 Yacht Design and Bilgin Yachts Design Team. Bilgin 263-II is the result of Bilgin Yachts’ top-notch expertise, technology and hand workmanship. 



After Nerissa, the first of 48-meter Bilgin 156 line, the second hull of the series is coming to the foreground. As İsmail Sengün- the CEO of Bilgin Yachts underlines, “The Bilgin 156-II is named after the beautiful white flower Lilium as a sign of our promise to the yacht owners: A sunny and happy day on a deck.” The exterior lines are by Unique Yacht Design, while the interior areas have the signature of H2 Yacht Design and Bilgin Yachts Design Team. Lilium will burst onto the scene at the Monaco Yacht Show in 2018.

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