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Turquoise Yachts’ new 74-metre motoryacht in build

Turquoise Yacht's 74-metre motor yacht
Turquoise Yacht's 74-metre motor yacht
A rendering of the new 74m yacht by Turquoise Yachts

Turquoise Yachts’ new 74-m motor yacht is currently under construction and, together with construction updates, more details on the yacht’s design have been revealed. The five-deck yacht features exterior styling by A. Valicelli & C. Yacht Design and interior design by Ken Freivokh Design.

Valicelli’s exterior styling for the latest Turquoise 74-m motor yacht is sleek and elegant, even though a five-deck configuration usually tends to look bulky. “Visually, the decks decrease progressively towards the aft end creating a profile with strong diagonal lines that create harmony between the superstructure shapes and the hull,” explained Alessandro Vallicelli.

The Ken Freivokh Design team, who worked on the yacht’s interior layout and styling, set out to create an innovative, contemporary yacht with a focus on classical elegance. The main design focus was aimed at achieving the maximum integration among decks and key internal spaces, maximising continuity and long sightlines, as explained by Ken Freivokh himself.

To create and maximise such continuity among decks, the central space in the yacht is an impressive multi-deck atrium, centred around a spiral staircase, with the main entrance enjoying a double height sculptural space. Panoramic view saloons open to the sheltered aft decks, which include lounging, dining and a handsome swimming pool.  Large windows add natural light to the salons, dining room and guest’s cabins.

Accommodation onboard is capable of sleeping up to 12 guests, the design retaining maximum flexibility. Some of the suites can be opened seamlessly to adjoining suites that can be converted into private saloons. The owner’s stateroom is located forward on the upper deck. Wrapped in a continuous window overlooking a private exterior sitting area, inclusive of two side terraces with lounging and a jacuzzi, the suite offers stunning views on the surrounding landscape. A second smaller cabin alongside is intended for children, or a bodyguard or other staff needed. The yacht is designed to carry up to 20 crew plus an appropriate captain suite adjoining the bridge.

The yacht’s interior has been designed to be light, bright and welcoming, with a harmonious and balanced scheme, with contrasting materials including veneers, marbles and granites, mirror gloss lacquers and hand-picked leathers. Much of the furniture is custom designed and built to best fit the yacht, alongside freestanding pieces of furniture from the likes of Fendi, Minotti, Giorgetti and B&B Italia.

Among the most remarkable features, there is a generous full-beam beach club, opening aft to the swimming platform, and also including shell doors either side opening to extended platforms.

The tender garage can store a full-length 10.4-metre Pascoe limousine tender as well as a multi-purpose guest tender, and a rescue/crew tender forward. There would be also space enough to house plenty of water sports equipment jet skis.  A touch and go area for a helicopter is located on the forward upper deck.

Construction on the new 74-metre motor yacht, along with few others, is underway. The hull is finished and the superstructure is scheduled to be completed by the end of August, 2018. The yacht is expected to be ready for delivery by the end of 2019.