Turkish yard to deliver the 37m yacht in her refitted condition in early March, one month ahead of schedule.
Turkish superyacht builder Bilgin has completed an extensive work on Bilgin 123 Tee-Dje, the 37m yacht built in 2010. The vessel is ready to be handed over ahead of schedule in early March.
“Tee-Dje arrived to West Istanbul Marina for a complete refit. Since the owners are very happy with her interior and exterior design, all they wanted was to keep the design as it is but refresh it at the same time,” Bilgin explains in a statement.
The refit project on Tee-Dje started in October with woodwork maintenance and hardware upgrades. As part of the work, the crew cabins were refurbished and all the bathrooms were renewed.
A brand-new control and automation system was installed as well as new navigation and entertainment systems. All TV sets were replaced with latest screen technologies.
The engine room was fully reconditioned whilst AC and hydraulic systems were fully serviced. All the fabrics used within the interior design were renewed with the same brand and models. Bilgin notes that products that were not available were re-produced specifically for Tee-Dje.
The 37m yacht in her refitted condition is scheduled for delivery in April but she is already near completion and ready to be handed over ahead of schedule in early March.
Tee-Dje is a 37m Bilgin 123 flybridge motoryacht. The yacht’s exterior design and engineering is work of Bilgin Yachts whereas the interior styling is by H2 Design.
She can accommodate up to eight guests in four cabins, including a master suite. She has been designed to sleep a crew of six.
Tee-Dje has a cold-moulded wood/epoxy hull and superstructure with a beam of 7.5m and built to comply with MCA and RINA standards.