Following on from the launch of 74m/243ft M/Y RAZAN earlier in the year and a 77m/253ft superyacht from H2 Yacht Design nearing completion at the yard (due summer 2018), Turquoise Yachts have announced that construction is underway on a new 74m superyacht.
With an exterior by Andrea Vallicelli & C. Yacht Design and an interior from Ken Freivokh Design Team, the new hull features massive windows for plenty of natural light and uninterrupted views in the salons, dining areas and guest cabins.
The upper deck contains the Owners’ suite and a continuous window that wraps the interior overlooks a private outdoor lounge and two side terraces. The main deck features a bolder look by using a geometric approach yet remains in balance with other guest areas including the VIP staterooms.
“The design focus is on classical elegance,” says Ken Freivokh. “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.”
A multi-deck atrium will wow guests in the central lobby and a spiral staircase and double height sculptural space adds to the ambiance. Carefully chosen veneers marbles and granite, mirror-gloss lacquers and hand-picked leathers create harmonious and balanced living spaces for guests to relax in comfort.
Among the amenities is a swimming pool on the main deck aft, a touch-and-go helipad on the forward upper deck, a full-beam beach club, massage room, steam room, an indoor/outdoor gym and a lift (elevator) connecting all decks. The tender garage uses a massive shell door to give access to a 9.6m/31ft limousine tender, a guests tender and a rescue/crew tender, while the forward garage will store jet skis and other water toys. The accommodation is designed to sleep up to 12 guests and some of the suites are able to join seamlessly to convert into VIP staterooms with private saloons.
The 74m superyacht is due for delivery in 2019.
Beam overall: 14.2m /46.6ft
Draft: 4.05 m/13.3ft
Material: Steel hull & Aluminium superstructure
Exterior Design: A.Vallicelli Yacht Design
Interior Design: Ken Freivokh Design
Naval Architect: Turquoise Yachts