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Turquoise Yachts gives update on 74m in-build project

Turkish yard Turquoise Yachts has given an update on its in-build Turquoise Project 74m, which is on schedule for a late 2019 launch, with the steel hull already completed.

Exterior styling is courtesy of Andrea Vallicelli and C Yacht Design, while the bright and welcoming interior décor was developed by Ken Freivokh, working with a total volume of 1,558GT. Key materials on this 73.6 metre yacht will include marble, granite, leather and mirror-gloss lacquers.

“The design focus is on classical elegance,” Freivokh said. “The idea is to achieve a layout that has complete integration between the decks and key internal spaces — with everything designed to maximise the continuity of the yacht’s lines as well as long sightlines.”

Accommodation is for 12 guests split across six staterooms including an owner's suite, complete with private balcony and Jacuzzi. Other star features include a touch-and-go helipad, fold-out beach club, seven metre swimming pool and a central lobby that encompasses a multi-level atrium and a spiral staircase.

Meanwhile, the sizeable garage is large enough to house three tenders measuring up to ten metres as well as several superyacht water toys.

Details of the drivetrain are yet to be disclosed, but it is understood that this yacht will have a top speed of 17 knots and a maximum range of 7,000 nautical miles at 12 knots.

Other superyacht projects currently under development at the Turkish yard include a 56 metre classically-styled explorer yacht, which is also due to hit the water in 2019.