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The stylish Talisman C superyacht from H2 Yacht Design

Launched last year, the Talisman C superyacht is the largest and latest project from the Turkish shipyard Proteksan-Turquiose. It measures no less than 70.5 meters in length and was created for an older customer of theirs, proving the high-tech and quality of the yachts the yard boasts with.

Designed by H2 Yacht Design on both the interior and exterior, this superyacht shares an interesting atmosphere, where freshness, elegance and comfort can be felt at the same time. At the first glance, the white hull has been adorned with sleek, graceful lines, ensuring a welcome atmosphere aboard. It can accommodate a maximum of 12 guests and features rather intriguing spaces, like the lavish outside deck areas, available all over the Talisman C.

Coziness, pleasure, style and privacy are some of the characteristics that define this ship. They can be felt all over the main and upper aft decks, the large sundeck and the intimate hardtop, from which guests can enjoy staggering views. Needless to say, the triangular bimini-shades that in many ways can be considered signatures of this yacht will make one feel the maximum comfort possible, without having to constantly switch places to avoid excessive sun or shade.

The main aft deck area welcomes guests with grace, lavish spaces and an entire array of arrangements for them to feel the maximum of coziness. Big, semi-circular sliding doors lead the way to the main saloon, a refined and intimate spot, contrasting with the vast spaces it occupies.  The main saloon encompasses the main sitting area, a fore dining area and the aft bar, with a games table.

They are all adorned with off-white and black tones, along with plush materials and soft shapes for an incredible sense of comfort. The majesty of the main saloon is expressed through the luxury it comprises, the intricate lighting scheme, curvy furnishings, glimmering ceilings and subtle creamy-white carpeting. Above all, the custom made chandelier found in the central lobby is the feature that most perfectly describes the magnificence of the Talisman C.

The central lobby works as a link between all the decks of the superyacht. Right in the centre of the spiral staircase lies a fragile art piece, which comprises a number of crystal balls that appear to form a cascade when going downwards or a marvelous complex of floating bubbles when heading upwards.

The accommodation comprises the owner’s suite, one VIP cabin on the main deck, two doubles and two twins on the central section of the lower deck. These aforementioned staterooms are located adjacently to the grand staircase and come with equal luxury and comfort. They feature lavish closet spaces, en suite bathrooms with a large bathtub or shower and a fine color palette which is customized in every cabin.

The fore main deck is the host of the VIP suite, decked with an immense, opulent bathroom. On the same deck we found the master suite, a place where dictionaries of epithets can be written. It boasts with a central lobby, breathtaking views, large windows through which natural light can make its way in, a huge, elegant bathroom and incredibly huge spaces.

There’s an array of guest spaces upstairs as well, set in a rather informal atmosphere. We can find a game room, fore, and a lounge upper deck saloon with a dining area closely connected to it. The aft deck includes a variety of seatings and arrangements, huge sofas, lounge areas, an al fresco dining table and a fully equipped bar – this can work as the ideal place to hold out a party or informal dining.

Going up, there is the sundeck, which comprises lavish sunpads, an extra al fresco dining arrangement, a big Jacuzzi surrounded by sunpads and bar. Above the sundeck there is a secluded extra area, perfect for those that enjoy full privacy.

A strong but playful character, an opulent but comfortable cruiser – this is what the Talisman C represents. This superyacht is poised to bring large smiles and content to its owner and guests.

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By Richie Rich

Posted 13 Jun 2012 5:07 am

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