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A new 66-metre yacht concept by Nuvolari Lenard for Turquoise Yacht


Nuvolari_TurquoiseThe Italian design duo Nuvolari Lenard has recently unveiled their latest 66-metre yacht concept NL 233, created for Turquoise Yachts.
NL233 is sportier than the usual vessels built by the Turkish shipyard: she features a reverse curved bow and fluid lines stretching all the way back to the stern. Her sleek profile creates a continuum shape and a unified whole. “It is impossible to have a nicely proportioned design by separating the hull and the superstructure,” says Carlo Nuvolari. “Beautiful buildings and automobiles are composed of integrated parts; so too should a yacht be.”
Featuring a steel hull and an aluminium superstructure, NL 233 was developed together with Azure Naval Architects., A sweeping sundeck offers a “flexible Mediterranean living area”, a sheltered lounge area which can be completely protected from weather through sliding glass partitions, and it includes a Jacuzzi.
A luxurious beach club, a constant feature in Turquoise yachts, adjacent to the swim platform would be fitted out with a gym, hammam and massage room. The large garage provides room for two 8-metre tenders, a jet ski, and even more water toys, and a touch-and-go helipad increases the possibilities to travel around.
Generous internal volumes allow for accommodation in full comfort: owners and guests are accommodated across a full-beam master suite and four double guest cabins, while the crew quarters will accommodate a staff of 16.
NL 233 has been designed to reach a top speed of 16 knots.