At 45 meters—just shy of 150 feet—Bilgin-built Elada was constructed in 2014. She features a cold-molded hull, teak decks, an interior as strikingly beautiful and carefully crafted as her hull design—both are the work of H2—and accommodations for up to 12 guests. She is priced at $13. 5 million EUR, or just over $15 million USD at the current conversion rate.
Surely one of the more strongly individualistic superyachts currently on the market, Elada looks capable and very expressive. She is powered by a pair of Caterpillar C32 engines which give her a cruising speed of 12 knots; her top speed is 19. She is fitted with ABT stabilizers.
Elada’s interior is defined by a broad variety of hardwoods and finishes, with mahogany, pearwood, and high-gloss commanding the most attention. Her exterior living spaces include a flybridge, and she boasts a pair of Jacuzzis, dual wet bars—one inside, one out—as well as al fresco dining, and a large saloon with a digital grand piano and sophisticated A/V system. For additional entertainment space, Elada’s garage can be converted to a beach club.
Accommodations for guests are comprised of six cabins. The master is full beam, and all cabins are ensuite with full entertainment systems. There is berthing for 10 crew aboard.