February 28, 2020

New Model: Bilgin 80 meters Series 263

Bilgin Yachts of Turkey is proud to announce the launch of the first hull of 80 meter.  Part of Bilgin's 263 series, the largest yacht ever built by a Turkish shipyard so far. The private launch ceremony took place in the Bilgin Yachts facility in West Istanbul Marina. The yacht will now be outfitted and ready for delivery in Spring Summer of 2020. The shipyard considers this series as a key milestone in its path towards becoming one of the prominent brands in the world.  Bilgin Yachts has currently built three units of the 80-metre Bilgin 263 series. The second hull, which is already sold is planned to be launched in 2021 and following that, the third hull of the model will be delivered to her owner in the same year. The series emphasizes eco-friendliness, featuring a special exhaust system that provides 100% clean air emissions. The sharp exterior lines and stylish interior areas of the yacht offer a strong modern feeling. The extensive use of a contrasting combination of rich Macassar ebony, eucalyptus and plenty of marble creates a strong identity and a luxurious ambiance in the superyacht.  With two 3433hp MTU engines, the Bilgin 80 meters can speed up to twenty knots, while a 12 knots cruising speed keeps her fuel consumption at just 250 liters per hour.  Bilgin 80 meters Series 263 is built in compliance with IMO Tier III certification and is considered to be the most environmentally-friendly super yacht in her class. The third unit of the series is being produced alongside the shipyard’s 85-meter superyacht which is ordered and is planned to be delivered in 2023. There is also an on-spec project 67-meter yacht coming along for 2022, while the latest project is a 50-meter yacht that is planned to be manufactured in the near future. Both yachts have their designs signed by Unique Yacht Design. They have modern lines, spacious interior and exterior living areas as well as meeting all the latest manufacturing standards and best practices of the industry.
Technical Data:
LOA - 80 m (262.2ft)
Waterline Length - 71 m
Beam - 12.2 m
Draft - 3.50 m
Displacement - 1450 t at full load
Fuel Capacity - 155000 l
Water Capacity - 47913 l
Accommodation - twelve guests in six cabins, 25 crew in 13 cabins
Engines - 2 x MTU 16V 4000M73 3433hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 19 knots max 12 knots cruise
Range - 5000 nm at cruise
Project - Unique exterior and naval architecture, H2 Diesgn interior

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