Turkish shipyard Turquoise Yachts has launched its new flagship, the 77m Go, also known by her working title Project NB63. Its sea trials are planned for this spring. She will be delivered to her owner before the end of the year.
She owes her exterior and interior design to British studio H2 Yacht Design. Her steel hull is designed in the style of Turquoise's previous creations and embodies «a modern evolution of Vicky» (Vicky is a 70m superyacht built by the yard in 2012).
She can accommodate up to 18 guests in nine cabins. The boat also offers 20 sleeping berths for the crew.
Convenient and easy access to the yacht is assured by an elevator that connects all 5 decks. The spacious garage with gates on both sides of the boat can store a 10 metre limousine and an 8 metre multi-purpose tender.
The Turkish yard is currently working on three more projects in parallel: The 66-metre NL233, a 56-metre exporter reminiscent of early 20th century steam ships, and a 74-metre special project with a range of 7,000 nautical miles.