Not only is Project Vento the largest megayacht in Turquoise Yachts’ history, but also the 285-footer (87-meter) marks a repeat collaboration between the shipyard and H2 Yacht Design.
In fact, the first time the shipyard and studio collaborated was 17 years ago. “Needless to say, we’re very excited,” says Patrik von Sydow, Turquoise’s CEO, about the relationship. “The level of planning, commitment, and dedication from all parties involved is very special and, with that, the grand results are even more fulfilling.” Jonny Horsfield of H2 Yacht Design shares the sentiment. “We are still working with the same score shipyard team of engineers and designers,” he points out. This, he continues, is the ninth new build between them and “guarantees a consistent level of excellence and reliability.”
Due for launch in 2024, Project Vento has some classic elements, like her flared bow and blue hull. Louvered and gill-like detailing aft, meanwhile, lend sporty appeal, and curving lines soften her stance. Further immediately eye catching outside, the megayacht has a large pool aft on her main deck. Specifically, it measures 21 feet (6.5 meters) in length. Additionally, it has glass sides, along with a glass bottom that serves as a skylight. The skylight benefits the beach club, which Turquoise says rivals the size of ones aboard megayachts upwards of 330 feet (100 meters). Fully forward, meanwhile, the expansive foredeck has a touch-and-go helipad. When the helicopter isn’t onboard, the owners and guests can play a game of basketball.
More luxury amenities going aboard Project Vento include an alfresco cinema on the sundeck, plus a nearby pool. Due to her expansive interior, all guest staterooms will go on the main deck. The owners get a private domain one level up.
Project Vento eclipses Project Toro, herself recently announced, as the largest Turquoise thus far. Project Toro is a 259-footer (79-meter).
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