The naval architecture was completed in-house by the yard, with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure forming the base for the yacht's "sporty" profile.
Exterior styling from Vallicelli Yacht Design sought to balance a "powerful dynamic look" with curved lines for a "harmonious contrast between soft and rigid elements". The result features a low-angle descent towards the transom and an extended forward overhang to emphasise the length of the yacht over its 1,680-gross-tonne volume.
The project also marks the first collaboration between Turquoise Yachts and Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design, who handled the yacht's interior. Accommodation is for 14 guests across an owner's suite that occupies a private deck with an office space, as well as one VIP cabin and five additional guest cabins.
Onboard highlights include a full-beam beach club spanning 14.2 metres, with shell doors on either side offering greater access to the water. Elsewhere, a central tender garage houses a 10.2-metre limousine tender, two additional tenders and multiple jet skis.
Fitted with twin Caterpillar 2,575 BHP diesel engines, Infinite Jest will put its anticipated top speed of 17 knots to the test on sea trials.
The delivery of Infinite Jest follows the recent delivery of the 53-metre Jewels by Turquoise Yachts, with four other yachts left in the shed including the 87-metre Project Vento and 79-metre Project Toro.