Spotlight: The 77m superyacht with a tender bay that doubles as a saltwater pool

10 May 2021

Project Quantum is a 77 metre superyacht born from a collaboration between Turkish shipyard Turquoise Yachts and British studio Ken Freivokh Design. Its profile features a slightly flared bow and an exterior superstructure that is both sporty and modern with glass wrapping each of its four decks.

Going a step beyond other yachts her size, Project Quantum has not one but two pools on board, offering guests both a freshwater and saltwater option for morning dips. At seven metres long, the freshwater swimming pool dominates the aft portion of the main deck with a glass bottom that reflects light into the beach club below where the second pool resides, this time a saltwater option that transforms into a drive-in tender bay as and when is required. What's more, a second starboard garage amidships can house a large limousine tender, a 10-metre beach landing tender and either a six-metre watersports tender or a selection of Jet Skis.

Boasting 2,008GT of interior volume, Project Quantum is able to accommodate up to 14 guests on board in six double or twin rooms located towards the front of the yacht, each equipped with a private lounge. A stately atrium spans three decks and can be easily accessed on any level thanks to an interior elevator. Further highlights include 180 degree panoramic views from the master stateroom, which encompasses a Jacuzzi and helipad on its private balcony.

Despite her generous size, Project Quantum is able to reach a top speed of 17 knots under the power of her Caterpillar 3516C engines.