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Turquoise Yachts reveals new 66m superyacht concept

Turquoise Yachts and Nuvolari Lenard have revealed details of a new 66 metre motor yacht concept that has been designed to incorporate “everything”.

Turquoise Yachts’ Mehmet Karabeyoglu explained that a client looking for a 60-metre plus yacht would be looking for the same “uncompromising amenities” as a client looking to buy a yacht over 80 metres. As such the yacht is packed with every luxury expected of a modern superyacht.

The aft main deck boasts a striking 6.2 metre swimming pool guaranteed to become one of the best superyacht swimming pools once constructed. While there will also be the option for guests to enjoy a Jacuzzi on the sun deck forward which will be surrounded by sun pads.

The beach club is set to be particularly spectacular featuring a gymnasium, hammam and massage room. While a touch and-go helipad will allow guests to arrive and depart in style.

There will also be plenty of opportunities for al fresco dining with two large dining areas on the upper and sun decks.

The concept also includes plenty of space for toys to have fun on the water — including two luxury tenders, one crew tender and jet skis and wave runners.

"Optimisation is the key word,” added Dan Lenard of Nuvolari Lenard. “Recognising the demand for a yacht that incorporates ‘everything’ we are prepared to incorporate elegance, beauty, design experience, fun, adventure, wellness, safety and security.”

The concept is at an advanced engineering stage with construction expected to begin by the end of this year.

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