The 80 metre Bilgin flagship superyacht Tatiana has been sold by Leo Jordil at IYC with Alex Krykanyuk at Fraser introducing the buyer. The sale represents the largest pre-owned yacht sold in 2022 so far.
Tatiana was delivered in 2021 as the first model in the shipyard's limited 263 series and the largest yacht to be constructed in Turkey. She was built in steel and aluminium and flaunts a slender profile penned by Unique Yacht Design with a "bullet-like" bow and sweeping sheer line.
Her 1,689GT interior was designed by British studio H2 Yacht Design as a "home at sea" and can sleep up to 12 guests across eight cabins with a crew of 20. The interior is described as crisp and contemporary with a light colour palette, textured materials and use of precious stones throughout.
Tatiana's beach club caught the eye of many passers-by at the 2021 Monaco Yacht where she made her global debut. The 1,200 square-foot space is home to a bar, lounge area and an 8.5 metre indoor swimming pool which occupies a significant portion of the lower deck. Set back from the pool is a gym, sauna and a cinema.
The main saloon features a lounge and dining area divided by cabinetry and a television. The dining table sits beneath a custom chandelier and an amethyst stone backdrop. The upper saloon, meanwhile, is a more relaxed affair with a circular seating area, Porsche-designed pool table and Yamaha piano.
Tatiana was built to IMO Tier III guidelines with an exhaust system that provides clean air emissions. Under full power she can exceed speeds of 19 knots; cruising at 12 knots she has a range of 7,500 nautical miles.