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Turquoise Yachts releases first details of a new 73.60m superyacht

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Turkish shipyard Turquoise Yachts has released the first details of a new superyacht currently under construction at its facilities.

Turquoise Yachts - 73.60m superyacht

Scheduled to be delivered in 2019, this motor yacht will have a length overall of 73.60m, a maximum beam of 14.20m and a draught of 4.05m.

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

Turquoise Yachts - 73.60m superyacht

Thanks to an internal volume of 1,558GT, 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.

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 - 73.60m superyacht

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 7-metre long 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 9.60m limo tender and an 8m multi-purpose boat on the lower deck.

Turquoise Yachts - 73.60m superyacht

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


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