Turkish Lloyd Class Certification Completed for Carpe Diem I

This winter the gulet Carpe Diem I was undergoing a major refit at Aganlar Yachts. Being once a successful charter vessel on the Turkish market, this boat is opening another page of her story joining the fleet of Croatian charter yachts built in Bodrum. As Carpe Diem I will be carrying the Croatian flag and needs to meet certain formal and highly demanding Class Rules, her new owner had to take care of the necessary changes. The main job was to adjust electrical installations, pipelines, fire protection, insulation and signalization. Another request from the rules was to rebuild tranverse bulkheads to maintain the stability and water/gas-tight integrity of the boat. As an extra Carpe Diem I got a completely new deck from 145 m2 Burmese teak and new upholstery which is now beige inside and green outside the yacht. When the Turkish Lloyd classification had been completed, the boat was registered into Croatian Class and flag, and is fully ready for the season.
Carpe Diem I was built in 2003 and can accommodate up to 9 guests in 4 cabins.

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