Complementing both smaller and larger megayachts currently in build, this Turquoise Yachts 66M is set to start construction later this year.
At 216’5” (66 meters), the megayacht bears an equally healthy beam of nearly 40 feet (12.16 meters). The overall design is by Nuvolari-Lenard. While the profile here shows that the studio has penned a plumb bow, a more traditional flared bow is offered, too. Most of the renderings and a video that Turquoise Yachts has produced show the plumb bow, however. This leads us to believe that the build will reflect that style.
Regardless of bow shape, the forward main deck of the megayacht boasts abundant usable space. A touch-and-go helipad is here, for example. It turns into a big sunning space with loose lounges if not in use. Aft aboard the Turquoise Yachts 66M, there’s equally good alfresco space. The primary attraction: a 20-foot-long (6.2-meter-long) pool on the main deck. Nuvolari-Lenard didn’t forget about everyone’s favorite soaking spot, though. A hot tub sits forward on the upper deck.
Details are not yet available on the interior configuration. For now, the shipyard simply says there are accommodations for 14 total in the owners’ party and 18 crew. Six guest staterooms take care of friends and family, plus launching the toys stowed in the port and starboard garages. You can see one of the large hatches for them in the profile directly above. As for the smaller hatch just aft, that could be for the beach club.
In keeping with most megayachts of this size, the Turquoise Yachts 66M is meant for moderate speed. Top end should be around 16 knots.
Meanwhile work continues on a number of other megayachts. These include the Turquoise 47m (154-footer), which was transferred to the fit-out facility via the new floating barge (check)