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superyacht clarity: 11 clever ways Bilgin redesigned its 160 Classic

superyacht clarity: 11 clever ways Bilgin redesigned its 160 Classic

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Clarity is designed with market value in mind

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In May 2015, Turkish builder Bilgin launched the second in its retro series, the 48 metre Bilgin 160 Classic. On the outside hull No 2, named Clarity, might look similar to her vintage-inspired sistership M&M, launched in 2012 (and recently renamed Timeless), but a big difference is Clarity has been strategically redesigned with market value in mind.

Last July, while the yacht was in build, Bilgin decided to make a number of changes aimed at upping the yachts market value, which seems to have paid off as she was sold in April this year with 85 per cent of the work complete.

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Clarity has been redesigned with a bigger master cabin

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The owner's cabin on Bilgin's redesigned 160 Classic yacht Clarity has been extended. The en suite bathroom is suitably spacious, and there's a sizeable walk-in-wardrobe as well.

Windows surround the cabin and LED lighting illuminates every shelf, so the grand sized master suite is beautifully bright day or night.

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Clarity's crew quarters and passageways are designed for efficiency

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The crew quarters on Clarity have been moved from the forward lower deck to the lower deck aft and are now joined by a laundry. With this redesigned layout, Clarity accommodates crew in three en suite cabins and crew mess with laundry, while her captain's double cabin is still found behind the bridge.

Access points and passageways have also been re-evaluated for efficient movement on board. There are now two access points leading to the crew quarters, one from the galley (seen in the photo above) and one from the lower guest corridor, which is cleverly hidden in a door in the yacht's panelling that you might not see unless you know it's there.

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