Turkish yachtbuilder Turquoise Yachts has launched its largest yacht to date. Measuring in at 77-metres (252-foot), Project NB63 has been christened GO by her new European owners.
With design by H2 Design, GO is described by Turquoise as being modern and technologically advanced with similar yet progressive DNA to her predecessors.
With a stunning turquoise hull, GO is optimised with a bulbous bow and special geometry rudders to achieve low resistance for economical cruising. She has clean, contemporary exterior styling with a swerving arch that runs all the way around the aft of the vessel to the beach club.
Forward on the bow is a non-certified touch-and-go helipad, while below decks is a tender garage amidships for a 9.6m limousine tender and 8m multipurpose tender, leaving space for a 162sqm beach club with spa, gym, sauna, steam room and direct access to the sea. The sundeck houses a communal 5-metre swimming pool.
Accommodation features a dedicated owner’s deck with forward-facing suite that offers uninterrupted views out over the bow, and access to a private outside lounge area with spa pool. Guest accommodation is made up of two VIP suites and six guest staterooms, giving space for up to 18 guests and crew quarters for a staff of 20. A central elevator and staircase accesses all decks.
Following the completion of her hull and superstructure, GO was launched in just 12 months. Her sea trials are planned for April 2018 with delivery scheduled for the end of May.