The Barracuda superyacht project under construction

H2 Design and Turquoise Yachts have been developed another 74-metre superyacht project, Barracuda, which is currently under construction at the Turkish shipyard and is set for launch in 2019.
Barracuda takes her inspiration from the latest 77-metre launched as well as from other previous launches over 70-metres. Featuring the proven hull form, her exterior has been designed with a timeless look matching the identity of Turquoise Yachts.
The interiors designed by Ken Freivokh, designed to enhance the enjoyment of life at sea, are practical and elegant at the same time, seeking the best integration among decks.
A triple height atrium at the heart of the yacht, featuring a spiral stair leads from deck to deck mirrored by a glass floor, enhances the integration among all decks. A saloon on the main deck opens to the rear terrace offering a bar/pantry and a raised pool/Jacuzzi.
The owner’s deck features a private office opening to impressive views on the surrounding landscape. The main deck level can be arranged either as a dedicated cinema or a further guest stateroom with en-suite bathroom, plus four large guest suites with panoramic views.
The upper lounge can be a private lounge or a more informal room opening to a further terrace with al-fresco dining and seating. The bridge deck offers a generous sundeck and the option of a gym and bar.
Open spaces onboard include spacious sun decks, opening platform aft and three huge shell doors. The beach club opens on all three sides to large platforms where to relax, swim or to board the yacht from tenders.
The tender garage can host a 10-metre limousine tender and a 6-metre day tender. An additional 4.5-metre crew tender is also hosted onboard, and a dedicated Jet Ski garage allows to keep up to four jet skis.

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