Elada is a 45-meter semi-displacement yacht built by Turkish shipyard Bilgin Yachts, with interior and exterior design by H2 Yacht Design. Ordered back in 2012 and launched earlier this year, her distinguishing feature is the unusual reserve bow.
The eye-catching vessel is not only remarkable due to her exterior lines, but also thanks to her light blue elements, which give her a very cool and elegant look. Other prominent features include the folding transom door with access to a large beach club and the ample amount of space offered, making the exterior a perfect spot for sunbathing and relaxation.
Elada’s interiors are just as welcoming: a blend of classic and modern, with more of an emphasis of the traditional. Luxurious details and high-end materials (pelisandro, beli, madrano burl, imbuya pomela, ebony macassar, wenge, backlit honey onyx, and backlit wild agate) create a warm and comfortable space guests will feel right at home in. Speaking of guests, six well-appointed cabins serve as accommodations for up to 12 people.
Delivered, as we’ve mentioned above, earlier this year, Elada is currently used privately, with no current plans to make here available for charter. She is currently cruising around Europe and the Mediterranean.