THE WATERMARK COLLECTION IN LUXURY YACHT ‘TAHILLA’ REFIT
AUGUST 4TH 2017


Built in 1922, the 60ft ketch Tahilla was one of the Dunkirk Little Ships which ferried the stranded Allied troops to safety. Having just undergone a total refit by the renowned Dennett Boat Builders in Chertsey, her interiors have been taken to a new level of luxury described as “A sea-going version of the Orient Express.”

Lined throughout in American Black Walnut, with English Oak floors, Italian marble and gleaming copper and nickel elements, this is a project involving flawless craftsmanship and the highest specification of fixtures and fittings. It makes a perfect setting for the handmade ‘Zen’ brassware from The Watermark Collection, which combines traditional metalworking and finishing craft with a pure architectural aesthetic.



Galley: The Watermark Collection Zen 3 hole kitchen set in polished nickel with brushed nickel handles.


Bathroom: The Watermark Collection Zen 3 hole deck mounted basin set in polished copper with white Onyx handles and 3 hole wall mounted bath set in polished copper with white Onyx handles.

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