Turquoise Yachts has introduced the concept of a 77-meter Quantum
Turkish shipyard Turquoise Yachts (formerly known as Proteksan Turquoise) has teamed up with the Ken Freivokh Design team to introduce a new concept for a 77-metre superyacht with the speaker called Quantum.
As for the lessons of physics, only better.
The new creation of the shipbuilding company, which is positioned as “a quantum leap from any previously built yachts Turquoise”, while presented in concept form. But it’s something — the concept with four decks and a very impressive internal and external finish, the care which was taken by the designer Ken Freivokh.
One of the distinguishing features of Quantum will be the presence on Board of two pools (salt and fresh water) located on the lower and main decks.
The pool with salt water as it is adjacent to the lower deck, while the pool on the main deck is a glass grid in the form of a hexagon, which provides sunbathing area, located below, a sufficient amount of light.
On the boat, add in Turquoise Yachts can accommodate 12 guests in six spacious cabins. And the captain’s cabin, located on the upper deck, is not only the size but also the panoramic terrace with views of the pool. Storage room, nanny room, office, helicopter pad and touch controls attached.
Another key feature is the atrium, with transparent sections, providing access to the Central Elevator. Gym is located on the lower deck while the main deck hosts the platform for the cinema and a dining room large enough for 14 guests.