ROE Turquoise Yachts
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The stately 73.6m/239.5ft superyacht ROE was built by Turkish shipyard Turquoise Yachts under the hull name NB66 and launched in 2021. Her naval architecture was the work of the shipyard, with Andrea Vallicelli producing the exterior styling and the interiors by Ken Freivokh. The styling is designed to be harmonious and balanced in its colours, creating a warm and inviting environment filled with an abundance of natural light. The accommodation sleeps a total of 14 guests over 7 en-suite cabins, with a professional crew of 11 for impeccable service.
NOTABLE FEATURES OF ROE: ~Two Jacuzzis ~Swimming pool ~Foredeck helipad ~Beach club ~Owner's private suite with office ~Versatile guest accommodation ~Air conditioning ~Wi-Fi
The lower deck comes with a large swim platform with direct access to the beach club for relaxing close to the water.
Stairs lead to the main deck aft, where there is a large swimming pool and sun loungers placed along the sides. An alfresco lounge/casual dining area is placed in the shade beneath the upper deck overhang, and a starboard stairway along the starboard side leads to the deck above.
The upper deck aft comes with two aft-facing corner sofas, drinks tables and two large circular sofa beds near the stern. The elegant alfresco dining area is placed under the overhang for dining at any time of the day. The upper deck forward is the Owner's private terrace and has sunbathing, lounging and casual dining facilities along with a Jacuzzi and direct access to the helipad.
The bridge deck aft has a Jacuzzi for all guests near the stern, a sunbed, sun loungers and a sofa to the port and starboard sides. Another large sunbed can be found on the sundeck forward, and the C-shaped sofas grants guests a place to relax with cocktails and a commanding view of the surroundings.
The lower deck hosts the crew accommodation, with the tender garage amidships and a large beach club in the stern that has a fold-down terrace on both sides.
The main deck hosts the guest accommodation forward, with the galley and main foyer amidships and the formal dining area and main salon aft.
|Max Speed:||17 knots|
|Builder/Designer:||Vallicelli, Turquoise Yachts, Ken Freivokh|
The upper deck is also the Owner's deck, and has a spacious 100m2/1,076ft2 Owner's suite with large windows for extensive views and an abundance of natural light. The bedroom is also attached to a private office and has direct access to the foredeck as a private outdoor terrace. There is also a skylounge on this level which can be shared with the other guests or dedicated to private use.
The engines provide a top speed of 17 knots, a cruising speed of 15 knots and an extensive cruising range of 7,000 nautical miles at an economical 12 knots.
The accommodation sleeps a total of 14 guests across 7 en-suite cabins: 1 Master suite and 6 further guest cabins that can be converted into salons for the adjoining cabins. ~ The expert crew of 10 are accommodated on the lower deck, with the Captain's cabin on the bridge deck.
Amenities and Extras
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Ken Freivokh Design, headed by Ken Freivokh has designed some very famous yachts, such as MALTESE FALCON. The company is '...a multi-disciplinary team renowned for creating unique “out of the box” design solutions. The innovative design team’s methodology involves a careful analysis of the client’s brief, examination of first principles, lateral thinking and formulation of very special designs, always aimed at raising the bar of excellence.'