Turquoise Yachts and DeBasto Design unveiled the 62m Nautilus «»

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Turkish yacht builder TurquoiseYachts, in collaboration with Miami-basedDeBasto Design, has unveiled the 62m Project Nautilus explorer concept at the recent Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.

«Project Nautilus is positioned as» a versatile vessel that combines functionality and luxury.

Her exterior and interior have been created by the design firmof Luizde Basto. The result is elegant and masculine in style.

The forward deck can be almost called a tender deck, as its entire length of 13.4m is dedicated to tenders and other water toys. The length of the tender is 12 meters.

The cranes are part of the superstructure.

This was done to avoid associations with commercial and moreover cargo vessels.

The master suite is located on the top deck at its forward part and has two open terraces with a stunning ocean view. Five more cabins are located on the lower deck and can accommodate up to 10 guests.

The boat will be crewed and accommodated in seven en-suite double cabins, including the captain's cabin on the bridge deck.

The layout is such that guests will not overlap with the crew.

At the same time, the crew area has been designed with the utmost ease of access to the guest staterooms.

Onboard Project Nautilus also features a full cinema, which becomes an additional guest stateroom if required, a pair of swimming pools, beach club, gym, sauna and hot tub.

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