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Not long after we recently reported the sale of 75m Vallicelli design NB 69, Turquoise has hit another brokerage milestone as it announced the signing of 53 metre Tala. Under construction at the Turkish yard’s Kocaeli shipyard, Tala’s hull and superstructure have been completed and her interior work is well underway. With exterior styling by Miami-based studio DeBasto Designs and interiors by Johnny Horsfield’s H2 Yacht Design, the project promises to be an exceptional one.
Turkish shipyard Turquoise, builder of such iconic yachts as Go and Quantum of Solace, has typically had very little trouble in the field of brokerage success. This reputation was reinforced, even in this period of economic adversity, as the yard announced today the speedy sale of new 75m Project NB69.
The thrilling explorer yacht Blue II has left the Turquoise Yachts shipyard as she undertakes her maiden voyage. The 56m superyacht features unique styling by Hoek Design and becomes the latest gift to the yachting world by Turquoise Yachts.
Turquoise Yachts has announced the launch of its 56m explorer yacht, Blue II. Formerly known as Project Lombok, Blue II features an exceptional exterior design by Dutch naval architects André Hoek – combining functionality with a distinct aesthetic in one long-range vessel.
With the Miami Yacht Show underway today, we turn our attention to one of the standout superyachts on display. Turquoise Yachts’ 72.6m Quantum of Solace is a modern icon and will inevitably be turning heads at the Show.
Turquoise Yachts have issued a construction update on their exciting 74m new build project, NB66. The hull has been transferred from the Turkish builder’s Kocaeli facility to its yard in Pendik, marking the commencement of the next stage of construction as the project inches closer to eventual completion in summer of 2021.
Thanksgiving is upon us, marking the true beginning of festivities here and across the pond. To celebrate, we took a look at the biggest and best yachts on the market this festive season.
The 2012 Turquoise superyacht Quantum of Solace (ex Honor) has entered onto the brokerage market with TWW as Central Agent. A remarkable yacht with great capacity, she is listed at a price of $58,000,000.
A definitive and indisputable trend noticeable at this year’s Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show was the presentation of a whole range of explorer yachts from the biggest and most renowned names in shipbuilding.
Turkish yacht builder Turquoise has revealed the eagerly anticipated 74 metre explorer yacht, Barracuda, and CEO Patrik Von Sydow visited the Breaking News Centre to speak about this and the exciting projects in the pipeline.
Cannes Yachting Festival is just around the corner, kicking off next Tuesday 10 September and running until Sunday 15. Multitudes of the finest yachts in the world are currently flocking to Vieux Port and Port Canto, but the biggest in show always hold a certain appeal. Here are the some of the largest vessels to look out for at Cannes:
Following her recent sale, Turquoise Yachts’ 72.65m motor yacht Honor is to undergo an upgrade and name change, before being placed on the Charter market with Thompson Westwood & White.
In one of the quickest ever listed to sold periods, Burgess has announced the sale of the 72.6m motor yacht Honor. Built in Turkey by Turquoise Yachts, Honor was listed with Burgess just over 2 weeks before she found an Owner.
With September fast approaching, anticipation for another Cannes Yachting Festival is building. Every year since 1977 the luxurious surrounding of the bay of Cannes has welcomed the most prestigious shipbuilders in this unique industry, kick-starting the yachting season in a flurry of show-stopping elegance.
“Turkey is a treasure trove for historic and modern day talent.” The words of Turquoise Yachts sales director Cristian Schwartzwalder recognise the prowess already prevalent in the Turkish yachting industry. This talent is gaining momentum with a view to taking on the hegemony of established European builders. Larger facilities, larger yachts and larger ambitions are shaping an exciting new era for Turkish-built superyachts.