Turquoise Yachts presents 77 metre concept Quantum

Turquoise Yachts has teamed up with Ken Freivokh Design to present a new 77 metre superyacht concept called Quantum.

Marketed as “a quantum leap from any previous Turquoise yacht”, the four-decked concept features both exterior and interior design by Ken Freivokh. One of Quantum’s stand out features is the addition of two swimming pools, one salt water and one fresh water, located on the lower and main decks.

The salt water pool doubles as a drive-in tender bay on the lower deck at the stern. Meanwhile, the bottom of the seven-metre-long fresh water pool is a hexagonal shaped glass grid, which provides the beach club below with plenty of natural light. 

Another tender garage sits starboard and is spacious enough to house two large tenders and either a six-metre water sports tender or a number of Jet Skis. 

Accommodation is for a maximum of 12 guests in six cabins, twins or doubles, on the main deck. The owners’ accommodation sits on the upper deck and features a panoramic terrace overlooking the pool area. It also includes a pantry, nanny cabin and private saloon. 

Access to a forward seating and private Jacuzzi, which sits next to the touch-and-go helipad, is also included in the owners' quarters. 

Another key feature is the yacht’s central atrium, which spans three decks, includes transparent floor sections and provides access to the central lift. A gym sits on the lower deck while the main deck includes an outdoor cinema area and formal dining room spacious enough to accommodate 14 guests.

Post from Boat International