Clarity features several changes to the original 160 hull, Timeless (ex. M&M), as she has been specifically tailored to meet the specifications of today’s modern yacht owner, and the requests of her new owner.
The master cabin, forward on the main deck, has been extended by three and a half metres to create a large walk-in wardrobe where the bathroom once was; this has been moved the lower deck below, where the crew quarters once were. This modification has seen Clarity become a five-cabin yacht, rather than a six-cabin yacht as the layout aboard Timeless.
Clarity’s crew quarters are now located aft on the lower deck, with a large crew mess area and three en-suite crew cabins.
The main salon has been customised to the new owner’s wishes, with loose furniture allowing easy access to the galley, forward of the salon on the main deck.
On the upper deck there is a large bar finished with a striking LED-lit top. Guests can easily move to the upper salon from here in order to enjoy the best of the on board audiovisual entertainment on offer.
Forward of the upper deck bridge, the size of the outdoor Portuguese deck space has been doubled, offering a large sunbathing and entertaining area to guests.
Bilgin reports that Timeless is still currently for sale, with the yard able to apply the same changes aboard the yacht within a 10-month timeframe.
Clarity is currently located in the Istanbul Marina where she will be shipped from Tuzla on a cargo ship to Florida in time for the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show in November.
For more information, visit Bilgin Yachts.