Turquoise Yachts announced the sale of a 77-metre superyacht. The 77m superyacht, designed by H2 Yacht Design for European clients, is scheduled to be launched in the spring of 2018.
“With our recent expansion of Turquoise’s facilities and our new dry dock, says Turquoise CEO, Mehmet Karabeyoğlu, we are moving full steam ahead well demonstrated by our current projects under construction: the 77m, 74m Barracuda, a 56m explorer yacht, a 47m to be delivered in Spring’17 and the new 66m project."
The 77-metre is a technologically –advanced and modern evolution from Turquoise Yachts’ 2012 award-winning 72m motoryacht Vicky. Well proportioned and graceful, she will be the largest yacht designed and built by Turquoise to date.
Although she bears a family resemblance to Vicky, her profile is sleeker, cleaner and incorporates a stretched arch that runs all the way around the aft of the vessel. Furthermore, the extra length and increase to the beam has permitted an additional owner’s deck with a forward facing suite that has uninterrupted views over the bow and access to a private outside deck area with spa pool.
Other impressive features include a generous sundeck with 5m pool and a stunning beach club (162m2) aft with triple aspect and direct access to the sea. The central tender garage can accommodate 2 luxury tenders, a limo tender up to 10m and a multipurpose tender up to 8m. The elevator services all decks from garage/galley to the sundeck.
The interior has impressive levels of accommodation with flexibility for up to 18 guests. From the grand lobby you have the option of using an elegant staircase or a full-sized elevator. On the main deck, you’ll find the salon and formal dining area as well as the guest suites. All main deck areas have large windows. Some of the guest suites have the flexibility to interconnect.
In order to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience for the owner and his guests, the 77-metre can carry up to 20 crew members, who are in turn extremely well catered for with two lounges and their own gym.