Turkish luxury yacht builder Turquoise Yachts and designer Ken Freivokh have revealed design plans for a superyacht based on the yard's proven 77-metre platform.
Codenamed Quantum, the superyacht is set to become one of the largest ever produced by the Turkish yard. Featuring a flared bow design and grey hull with a geometric panelling located amidships, superyacht Quantum is set to include a range of innovative design features. One such design feature centres around the two onboard swimming pools - one with salt water and the other with fresh water. The swimming pool on the lower deck aft is seven-metres long and is perched over a hexagonal glass grid aimed at bringing daylight into the beach club.
Located on the lower deck, alongside the beach club, is the drive-in tender bay with room for a ten-metre long beach landing tender. Open terraces to port and starboard buttress the beach club and lower deck gym - both of which are to be accessible internally from the main saloon.
The main deck saloon is set to be centred around a rotating seating group which can be transformed into a cinema on demand. Other main deck amenities consist of a formal dining area with space for 14 guests, and six double guest staterooms. Two of which can be opened to create a large VIP suite with private saloon and double bathroom.
The design for the upper deck owners accommodation centres around semi-circular family saloon and terrace. The quarters include a nanny cabin, private saloon/office, and balcony overlooking the double height space. Forward facing, the owner’s stateroom will offer 180-degree views and private deck complete with jacuzzi and touch-and-go helipad. All three decks are to be connected via a central atrium with transparent flooring and a lift.