Turquoise Yachts and ER Yacht Design Unveil Project Echo 

Turkish shipyard Turquoise Yachts and Canadian studio ER Yacht Design have unveiled a new 61m (200ft) superyacht concept called Project Echo.

Turkish shipyard Turquoise Yachts and Canadian studio ER Yacht Design have unveiled a new 61m (200ft) superyacht concept called Project Echo.  

The large motor yacht will offer accommodation for 12 overnight guests. She will boast an owner’s suite on a private upper deck and five guest cabins on the main deck, each with floor-to-ceiling windows to take advantage of the breathtaking views. Project Echo will house 12 yacht crew in seven cabins below deck.

Turkish shipyard Turquoise Yachts and Canadian studio ER Yacht Design have unveiled a new 61m (200ft) superyacht concept called Project Echo.  

The large motor yacht will offer accommodation for 12 overnight guests. She will boast an owner’s suite on a private upper deck and five guest cabins on the main deck, each with floor-to-ceiling windows to take advantage of the breathtaking views. Project Echo will house 12 yacht crew in seven cabins below deck.

The motor yacht concept is described by the studio as ‘dangerously beautiful’. This is a first-time collaboration between the shipyard and ER Yacht Design.

“It has been our utmost pleasure developing this unique and extraordinary design for Turquoise Yachts,” said Ivan Erdevicki, president of ER Yacht Design in a statement to the press. “The elegance and simplicity with sculpted services around hull and superstructure openings provide distinctive character.”

Project Echo’s design features include a six-meter pool on the aft deck and an expansive upper deck that can host up to 35 guests. She spans four decks and benefits from an impressive use of glass throughout.  

Upon delivery, Project Echo will be an efficient, semi-displacement yacht with a top speed of 17 knots.  

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