Turkish yacht builder Turquoise Yachts, has released new details and images for its new 66m superyacht concept.
The new concept will be built with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, with interior and exterior design completed by Nuvolari & Lenard, and naval architecture completed by Azure Naval Architects.
Dan Lenard from Nuvolari & Lenard commented, “Recognising the demand for a yacht that incorporates “everything”, we are prepared to incorporate elegance, beauty, design experience, fun, adventure, wellness, safety and security.
“Optimisation is the key word”, Lenard continued, “The layout of the 66-metre flawlessly integrates the exterior styling with the interior, optimising spaces and minimising any conflict between functionality and the prime real estate.”
On board, accommodation will include one full beam owner’s suite, four double guest cabins and two VIP cabins. Crew accommodation will consist of 10 cabins, including eight double crew cabins and one single.
Outside are two dining areas; one on the upper deck and one on the sun deck, the latter of which will also incorporate a Jacuzzi. A beach club located aft will include a gymnasium and beauty and massage room, surrounded by a sea terrace. In the lounge area on the aft main deck, there will also be a 6.2m swimming pool.
The superyacht will also come with a range of tenders, including two luxury tenders, a Jet Ski and wave runners. There will also be a touch-and-go helipad.