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New images released of the 74m motor yacht in build at Turquoise Yachts

Turkish shipyard Turquoise Yachts has released new images of the 74m superyacht currently under construction at its facilities.

Turquoise Yachts - 74m motor yacht

Scheduled to be delivered in 2019, this motor yacht will have a maximum beam of 14.20m and a draught of 4.05m.

Turquoise Yachts - 74m motor yacht

The vessel will feature an elegant profile designed by A.Vallicelli & C. Yacht Design, a contemporary interior created by Ken Freivokh Design, and a displacement hull developed by the yard’s in-house team of naval architects.

Turquoise Yachts - 74m motor yacht - Main saloon

Thanks to an internal volume of 1,630GT, she will be able to accommodate up to 14 guests in seven cabins: a large owner’s suite with private office and his-and-hers bathrooms situated forward on the upper deck, and six staterooms on the main deck.

Turquoise Yachts - 74m motor yacht - Owner's suite

The crew quarters, located on the lower deck, will include ten cabins with en-suite heads, a galley and a mess; whilst the captain’s stateroom will be on the bridge deck, adjacent to the wheelhouse.

Turquoise Yachts - 74m motor yacht - Beach club

Among the amenities of this vessel will be: a hot tub and a sunbathing area aft on the bridge deck; a helipad on the foredeck; an alfresco dining area, a skylounge and a Jacuzzi surrounded by sunpads on the upper deck; a 7m swimming pool, an outdoor lounge area, a circular saloon and a dining area on the main deck; and a beach club, a gym, a steam room and a side garage capable of housing a 10.40m limo tender and an 8m multi-purpose boat on the lower deck.

Turquoise Yachts - 74m motor yacht

Built in steel and aluminium, the yacht will have a maximum speed of about 17 knots.

 

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