Also known as Turquoise NB69, which launched in March, Infinite Jest is entertaining her owners on her first cruise. The warm summer waters of the Mediterranean will be their exploring grounds, until the yacht heads across the Atlantic later this year.
Among the amenities the owners and their guests surely will press into use this season is the beach club. While it spans the full beam (47 feet/14 meters) of the megayacht, it’s larger overall in dimensions, too, compared to most beach clubs aboard yachts of this size. Two side platforms fold down in conjunction with a fully opening aft hatch, making it look and feel airier.
Featuring dedicated alfresco space for the owners outside their suite, Infinite Jest further provides six staterooms for friends and family. One of the staterooms is a VIP suite. The owners chose to work with Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design to ensure the interior arrangement and décor suited their style. Notably, Infinite Jest is the first Tuquoise Yachts project for the Dutch design studio. Unfortunately, no information is yet available about the woods, stones, and the other aesthetic highlights. However, Turquoise Yachts says it reflects a “dynamic” atmosphere. Additionally, it reveals that 10 double cabins are for the crew, and of course the captain has a dedicated cabin. Finally, the shipyard also says the megayacht has a convertible room in the crew area to serve as a temporary hospital.
With a volume of about 1,680 gross tons, Infinite Jest interestingly reflects some styling elements common aboard sailing yachts. The curves of her transom particularly do this, as does the shape of the long overhangs forward. These lines are the work of the Italian design studio A. Vallicelli & C.
Six more yachts are in various stages of construction at Turquoise Yachts, including motoryachts and a sailing superyacht.
A. Vallicelli & C. vallicellidesign.it
Turquoise Yachts turquoiseyachts.com
Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design sinot.com
More About the Yacht Infinite Jest
LOA: 246’0” (75 meters)
Beam: 46’6” (14.2 meters)
Draft: 13’5” (4.1 meters)
Guests: 14 in 7 staterooms
Engines: 2/2,575-hp Caterpillars
Range: not available
Builder: Turquoise Yachts
Stylist: A. Vallicelli & C.
Naval Architect: Turquoise Yachts
Interior Designer: Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design