The latest exquisite creation of Turquoise Yachts, Infinite Jest, has been designed with character by the renowned Roman studio Vallicelli & Yacht Design and the Dutch interior designer, Sinot.
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Emerging from its shipyard in Turkey, the exquisite creation of Turquoise Yachts takes form as the stunning superyacht, Infinite Jest. Designed with character by the renowned Roman studio Vallicelli & Yacht Design, this new and exhilarating vessel sets sail with unwavering determination towards uncharted destinations.
A sleek line originating from the bow area gracefully transforms into a curved concave line at the center of the yacht, gently sloping towards the aft. With a profile reminiscent of a sporty sailboat, the low angle of the transom slope and the extended forward overhang bestow upon this 75-meter masterpiece an appearance that is long, slender, and elegantly supported by a 14.20-meter overall beam.
The marriage of an aluminum superstructure and a steel hull creates an exquisite balance, blending simple and elegant lines with a dynamic and powerful presence. This is especially evident in the geometry of the front canopies and bulwarks that embrace the side decks. The uniqueness of the style, playing harmoniously with contrasting elements of softness and rigidity, is most pronounced in the sheer line.
Internally, Turquoise Yachts has expertly crafted the naval architecture, showcasing their first captivating collaboration with the Dutch interior designer, Sinot. Together, they have transformed the living space of Infinite Jest into a dynamic and captivating experience. This superyacht boasts an impressive internal volume of 1680 GT, offering an optimal configuration of generous shared and private spaces for up to 14 guests. Among its offerings are an Owner’s Suite with a private deck and office, a VIP suite, five guest cabins, and numerous shared areas dedicated to relaxation, entertainment, and enjoyment.
A notable feature is the unusually spacious full-beam beach club, which not only opens aft to the swimming platform but also features opening shell doors on both sides that convert into extended platforms to the sea. The central tender garage showcases an impressive shell door, providing access to a 10.2-meter limousine tender, a multi-purpose guest tender, a rescue/crew tender, and several jet skis.
Supporting all the onboard activities and endeavors is a skilled crew of 21 members, accommodated in ten comfortable double crew cabins, along with a dedicated captain’s cabin. Additionally, a convertible hospital ensures preparedness for any unforeseen circumstances.
Infinite Jest is powered by two robust Caterpillar main engines, each with a force of 2×2575 BHP, supported by three Caterpillar generators (each 250 ekW). This impressive propulsion system enables the yacht to reach a speed of approximately 17 knots while maintaining harmonious stability at rest, thanks to its Naiad stabilizers.
Stay tuned for more updates in the coming months on this splendid vessel, which upholds a sense of discretion and privacy.
Infinite Jest serves as a testament to the thriving state of Turquoise Yachts, having recently delivered the 53-meter Jewels and currently overseeing the construction of six yachts, including the 87-meter Vento and the upcoming 79-meter Toro.