Currency switch on superyacht Turquoise at Fraser Yachts

9 January 2012 • Written by Malcolm MacLean

Yet another yacht leaves the 'Eurozone' as a call to Fraser Yachts confirms that the 54.4m Proteksan-built motor yacht Turquoise, listed by Stuart Larsen, has had a price switch from Euros to dollars.

With naval architecture and styling by Dubois, this steel and aluminium superyacht offers the ultimate in cruising comfort for up to 12 guests. Her exterior combines a purposeful sheer and business-like vertical windscreen with a long, elegant, seagoing bow. With two 1,500hp Caterpillar engines giving a maximum speed of 17 knots, and a 3,500-mile range at 14 knots, this is a yacht built for going places.

Her cool and classically modern interior is by HOK Design, and features a spectacular full-beam owner’s suite on the main deck, along with an equally opulent VIP. Four roomy en-suite guest cabins are arranged around a central staircase and lobby.

Currently lying in St Maarten, Turquoise has moved from €26.5 million to $35.5 million.

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