This comes after the boat had its technical launch in August before undergoing sea trials.
Speaking about the launch, the yard said: "The yacht is intented to combine European superyacht standards of construction management and luxury with traditional Turkish craftsmanship."
Constructed entirely in steel, the yacht boasts several stand out design features including a main saloon that hosts a "quirky" glass bar, while an al fresco lounge and swim platform are found on the aft deck.
MiTi One features an interior volume of 180GT and sleeps up to 12 guests in five staterooms, with space for a crew of seven. The interiors include wooden panelling throughout, alongside grey furnishings and leathers.
MiTi One is one of the shipbuilder's ‘MiTi Navi’ series, a run of steel semi-production sailing yachts. Comprised of 26, 34, 42 and 50 metre sailing yachts, the yachts are all designed with "long-range cruising" in mind.
When not using its 520sqm of sail in a ketch configuration, MiTi One's twin Baudouin 450hp diesel engines allow a cruising speed of nine knots and a range of 2,000 nautical miles.