Inside the main saloon guests are welcomed with a grand, lush and warm atmosphere, with curvy furniture, richly applied luxurious woodwork and a delicate lighting scheme. Two generously large, curvy sofas are paired with sizeable armchairs for the lounge, while the dining has a large, oval wooden table as main ingredient, surrounded by plush dining chairs. Moving fore through the central lobby, one discovers the first of the BILGIN CLASSIC’s lush guest accommodations in the form of a large owner's suite. There is a romantic feel to the stateroom, with the curvy chaise longue, tufted violet headboard and elegant woodwork adding to the chic friendliness throughout.
The remaining guest quarters are downstairs, offering luxury accommodation for a party of up to 12 guests including the owner. Portholes supply all staterooms and en-suites with ample amounts of natural light, while also adding to the classic look and feel of every room, with gentle lighting schemes, mainly consisting of illuminated ceiling frames, soft spots and small shaded bedside lamps, for nighttime ambiance.
There is an undeniable and distinct charm about the BILGIN CLASSIC N°1, offering a full package of luxury combined with a warm and friendly personality. Refreshingly new and aptly familiar, she will undoubtedly charm all her guests in many years to come. This image is featured as part of the article 40m superyacht ZanZiba by Archipelago Yachts offered for sale. Classic boats are not only an investment opportunity they are a declaration of personal style. A Chris Craft Silver Arrow, built in the USA in 1958 of wood encased in resinOne of only 92 built, this is one of only two known Chris Craft Silver Arrows in Europe. Riva TritoneRiva Tritone, evolution of Ariston, was born as a boat on the high seas, with a powerful, safe and fast, for short cruises safely, thanks to the double motorization and the capacity of reservoirs that allow ben 8 hours of battery life. The Atlantic Ketch was designed by Walter Rayner, an ex-pat Australian working in Poole, UK.
Charter yacht SULTANA has a cool contemporary interior of muted soft greys and rich walnut panels. Forward of the salon the formal dining area is on the port side and the partial open galley sits to starboard. The classic Feadship charter yacht SULTANA offers 4 generous and neutral cabins for up to 8 guests. Feadship Yacht SULTANA offers the following Tenders + toys: “Williams” jet tender and a “Yamaha” waverunner, waterskis, fishing tackle.
Creamy carpets are combined with silver grey upholstery, ruby red velvet curtains and ample wood for cabinetry, paneling and furnishing, to form one delightfully warm look, which seems all about reminiscing golden age, in a stately and informal manner. All furnishing, cabinetry and paneling is designed in a great antique style, resulting in a warm and friendly ambiance that is easily suitable for both formal and informal occasions. Entering through the private office and wardrobe, one enters the stateroom with it's classic warmth and panoramic views fore. The en suite is remarkably spacious and light, with a large shower area, big bathtub and luxurious marble and other luxury natural stones as key ingredients. Full beam VIP quarters, including office and lounge areas, and four additional suites, with luxury en-suites all including large shower areas, and a big bath for the VIP, offer guests a wonderfully stylish stay onboard, supplied with all modern luxuries and a classic style.
Guest suites are configured into two doubles and two twins which, combined with lush VIP suite, offer any company of guests ample possibilities for suitable accommodation.
From her exterior look, reflecting an elegant golden era of yachting, and her luxurious accommodation, to her smart, maritime-retro style deck spaces and classic interiors, she might best be described as pleasantly different, perfectly elegant and delightfully luxurious.

We have crewed charter boats in the favourite yachting hotspots in the Mediterranean and Caribbean as well as worldwide locations.
They were also the largest producers of slipper launches.Marine Classics build slipper launches in the traditional Andrews style, or in any other style to suit the customers requirements.
Constructed entirely of wood for strength, she was then covered in fibreglass and is one of the first ‘composite’ boats.
Were built altogether only 258 specimens and Triton will lines then the Aquarama.This specimen is the No. The yacht underwent a complete refit in 2012 and now sports a traditional exterior with a modern interior and state of the art amenities.
The salon and dining are an open plan with the lounge aft boasting a large L shaped sofa on the port side and full entertainment center on the starboard side.
Further forward and up a few steps, is the full beam pilot house, offering an additional 2 tables and built in seating. An electric door leads from the lounge to the spacious shaded aft deck, alfresco dining option, built in aft seating and wet bar fridge. The master suit is forward and full beam of the yacht with a center lined queen size bed, vanity, sofa, walk in wardrobe and his and hers facilities with a large hot tub and separate rain shower. The yacht charters and their particulars displayed in the results above are displayed in good faith and whilst believed to be correct are not guaranteed. Only the contemporary amenities give away the BILGIN CLASSIC N°2 as a brand new, modern-day Superyacht. Overall, the master suite is undeniably classic yet with a distinct modern character when it comes to amenities and luxuries provided. All suites boast similar designs and material palettes, with colors accents for each suite varying between fresh apple green and powder pink.
She is stylish, hospitable and personable, a Superyacht that combines great classic style with modern luxury, all with a perfectly unique personality.
152 of 1961 and was totally renovated in the artwork, the painstaking work was completed at the end of 2012, 2 new engine mounts Riva 8v from 270hp each.
A fabulous feature in the lounge is a glass floor section, which gives views into the immaculate and totally rebuilt Gardner diesel engines below.
The space can be converted into a second salon by joining the seating, the entire dashboard of the helm station cleverly lowers out of view, leaving just the main helm and throttles, thus producing unrivaled scenery. Above the main deck, the sundeck runs from atop the pilot house right to the stern of the yacht, creating a generous second deck and entertaining area. Both areas are designed with large, richly upholstered furniture that add a sumptuous feel to the room. She is of mahogany on oak and powered by a single screw Perkins 4107 Diesel engine that was reconditioned in 1989 and has been regularly serviced since.Originally named ‘Vesta III’ by Landamores (interestingly a name that was later adopted by Star Trek writers for a class of spaceship). The sundeck boasts a further aft seating and dining space which converts, outdoor lounge seating, massive forward sunpad, BBQ, drinks fridge, sink and shower to cool off. A further 2 cabins are on port and starboard with side by side single beds and shared facilities.
It is a long, thin boat of low freeboard where the stern curves elegantly down to the waterline. She was proabbly used for about one years hire before being moored on the Broads as a part of the british wartime defences and subsequently sold into private ownership in 1941 renamed ‘Rabrian’.

In addition to this, the sundeck has a retractable Bimini cover with built in lights and misting devices. Each cabin features built in state of the art TV systems that appear as mirrors unless switched on, in addition to TV entertainment, they are linked to the deck and underwater cameras. A professional CharterWorld yacht charter consultant will discuss each charter during your charter selection process. Slipper launch seating was traditionally Lloyd Loom chairs forward and a rear upholstered bench seat. Her current and longstanding name ‘Carenda’ was given in 1955 and in 1965 she was converted to a sea-going estuary cruiser.A wheelhouse was built around the centre cockpit, safety rails added around the deck and a steady sail and bilge keels to enhance stability at sea.
Starting prices are shown in a range of currencies for a one-week charter, unless otherwise marked. The hull is a 'low wash' design to maximise efficiency with the relatively low power originally available. Just follow the "reserve this yacht charter" link for your chosen yacht charter or contact us and someone from the CharterWorld team will be in touch shortly.
Slipper Launches were very popular in the 1930's to 1950's, and they are still being built today.
The prototype slipper launch was built in 1912 by John Andrews of Bourne End on the river Thames.
Brown became famous for the first flight across the atlantic with John Alcock in 1919 in a converted Vickers Vimy bomber.
The original light fittings and oak beams provide a subtle and comfortable ambience.The galley consists of twin sinks and an Isotherm fridge to port. Both of them had spent time as prisoners of war in the first world war after being shot down.The design of the Slipper Launch emulated motor cars of the period, to create new 'crossover' interest in boating from the increasing facination with automobiles. A Plastimo two burner grill and oven is to starboard surrounded by work top and substantial storage beneath. During the 2006 refit she was rewired and a heat exchanger for immersion was fitted.In the aft cabin there is a pilot berth on the port side, Lavac heads to starboard (connected to a hoalding tank) and a cosy double berth across the stern. There are two small stacks of drawers, further drawers beneath the bunks and a further locker behind the Royal Doulton sink.Nearly all the internal joinery is original mahogany with chromed latches and handles. Even so they became popular, with many on the river Thames and quite a few boats exported to Europe and further afield. All cabin floors are original substantial mahogany planks.On the aft cabin roof there is a barrow boat tender for two that will take an outboard engine. Slipper Launches were not just constructed for private owners, many were built as hire boats for day trips on the river and holidays.Other important builders of Slipper Launches were, from the 1930's Meakes of Marlow, and from the 1960's Alf Parrott at Henley. There is treadmaster an all deck surrounds and resin covered glass cloth covering the cabin and wheelhouse roofs.Included in the sale are winter and summer covers, assorted galley paraphernalia, deck hardware and navionics.
Quite a few of these boats still exist and are now very collectable, although the restoration and maintenance costs can be very high.

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