Turkish shipyard, Turquoise Yachts, has announced that their 246-foot, Project NB69, now renamed INFINITE JEST has left the Turkish yard’s building facilities ahead of her sea trials.
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Yacht Design & Build
Spanning an impressive three decks, with a smooth and sleek exterior, INFINITE JEST features a exterior yacht design by Vallicelli Yacht Design and first-time collaboration between Sinot Yacht Architecture and Design for the yacht interior.
Seven cabins await onboard, with room for up to 14 guests across an expansive owner’s suite with office on its own private deck, one VIP cabin and an additional five luxurious cabins with private ensuites. A total of ten double cabins and one captain’s cabin are available for the crew.
Heading out to the yacht exterior, an oversized beach club stretches across the large 46.5ft beam with shell doors on both sides offering greater access to the sea. The central tender garage houses three different tenders – the 33.5ft limousine tender; guest tender, and rescue/crew tender – as well as several jet skis and water toys.
Weighing in at 1,680GT and complete with twin Caterpillar engines, cranking out 2,600hp each, the anticipated top speed the team hopes to achieve at sea trial is 17 knots.
What’s Next for Turquoise?
INFINITE JEST is expected to be delivered to its owner this summer following successful sea trials. The yard has another six projects currently under construction including 285ft Project Vento and 259ft Project Toro.