Turkey-based Turquoise Yachts, formerly known as Proteksan Turquoise, is famous for building extravagant custom yachts. After showcasing the retro-themed, steamship-inspired explorer yacht Blue II, the shipbuilder has followed up with another exceptional new project which is based on the company’s highly successful 77-meter Turquoise platform. Named Quantum, the 77-meter long luxury yacht is for billionaires who prioritize privacy without compromising on top-shelf amenities and features.
Turquoise Yachts teamed up with Ken Freivokh Design yet again to create a sporty exterior and a truly unique interior design for the new project. The Turkish company calls the luxury yacht’s design a ‘quantum leap’ from anything they have created before. The highlight of the Quantum yacht is its two swimming pools setup. In addition to a regular freshwater swimming pool, the yacht also has a saltwater pool – both stacked one above another.
The drive-in tender bay on the lower deck at the stern doubles as a saltwater pool. It is filled with seawater and gives guests direct access to the sea. In case you’re wondering why would anyone need a saltwater pool in a yacht, the pool gives the guests a chance to enjoy the seawater in total privacy, away from the prying eyes of paparazzi. The seven-meter-long freshwater pool on the main deck is designed with a hexagonal-shaped glass grid, that allows sunlight into the beach club below.
The Quantum yacht can accommodate up to 14 guests in the six double or twin staterooms on the main deck. Two of the staterooms can be totally opened to the adjoining space to create a spacious VIP suite. The master stateroom gives 180-degree panoramic views forward and to the sides. The main deck saloon offers an open space with a rotating seating group that can also be transformed into a cinema. There’s also a touch-and-go helipad right next to a private Jacuzzi for the master stateroom. The yacht also features a starboard garage which can house a large limousine tender, a 10-meter beach landing tender, and either a six-meter watersports tender or a selection of jetskis.
[Via: Turquoise Yachts]