NB69 was sold through Stuart Larsen at Fraser and Turquoise is also thrilled to be collaborating for the first time with Interior designer Sinot to transform NB69’s living space into a dynamic experience of its own.
On 17th of July, Turquoise’s floating dock — with a 2500 ton lifting capacity — transferred NB69 from Turquoise’s Kocaeli facility to its yard in Istanbul, Pendikfor completion of interior installations and outfitting as well as topcoat paint application. This exciting new yacht, with exterior design by A.Vallicelli& C. Yacht Design, is on schedule for delivery in the last quarter of 2021 following sea trials.
The styling of the superstructure and the hull makes for an exquisite balance:a combination of simple sleek lines and a powerful dynamic look. This is particularly evident in the geometry of the front canopies and bulwarks that surround the side decks. The originality of the style, playing on harmonious contrasts between soft and rigid elements, is most noticeable in the sheer-line.
A tight line starting in the bow area, that then, at the center of the boat, becomes a curved concave line that gently slopes down towards the aft. Witha profile reminiscent of sporty sailing, the low angle of the transom slope, and the very long forward overhang, make this 75m yacht appear long, slender, and elegant in support of her generous interior volume.
The yacht features an unusually large full-beam beach club which not only opens aft to the swimming platform but also has opening shell doors on either side which convert into extended platforms to the sea. There is a central tender garage with a massive shell door that gives access to a full-length 10.2m limousine tender as well as to the multi-purpose guest tender, the rescue/crew tender, and several jet skis.
A touch-and-go helicopter pad is located forward on the upper deck. From this deck, one can directly access the owner’s private exterior area that is furnished with an outdoor dinette, sunbathing cushions, and/or a Jacuzzi.