Turquoise was launched by the Turkish builder Proteksan in 2011, in 2014 received a multi-million dollar refit with interiors by renown British design house H2 Yachts. H2 crafted a light and bright interior that has a chic, neutral color palette and is detailed in rich Wenge wood. The boat received an other interior upgrade in 2019.
The full-displacement, steel-hull yacht features exterior design by the pros at Dubois Naval Architects. She boasts excellent seakeeping and comfort on board, aided by zero speed stabilizers both underway and at anchor. She also has a large volume of 755GT, providing plentiful living space inside and out.
The layout of Turquoise makes her ideal for cruising with groups large and small, with multiple areas for entertaining or unwinding found on board. The yacht also puts a priority on outdoor living areas, including the Nikki Beach-inspired aft main deck, outdoor cinema setup and sun deck replete with gym, barbecue, spa pool, lounge areas and bar.
Turquoise is an ideal yacht for chartering, should her new owners wish to do so. She accommodates 12 guests in main deck full-beam master and an large VIP cabin, with three double and a twin stateroom located on the lower deck. There is an enviable crew-to-guest ratio, with 13 crew members looking after the 12 guests. All of the master and guest staterooms enjoy marble-adorned en suite bathrooms.
Powered by twin Caterpillar 3512-B diesel engines, the yacht can reach a top speed of 16.5 knots and cruises at 14 knots. Turquoise has an exceptional range of 5,000 nautical miles at 12 knots, making her ideal for longer trips and coastal cruising alike.