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Turquoise Yachts will be building the largest of the Vitruvius® Yachts craft to splash thus far. The 80-metre, in fact, is a good 7 metres longer than the Picchiotti Grace E. Clothed like her siblings in sleek lines, she was one of the first projects announced after Mohammed Al Barwani bought into the company based in Istanbul in which he is now a majority shareholder.
The 80-metre fourdecker’s upper deck is entirely the domain of the owner with a suite that numbers an office and a private terrace with hydromassage tub in addition to the stateroom proper. Six further suites, accommodating 12 in total, are available to guests who will be pampered by a crew of 21. The priorities in the exterior design were space and transparency with a massive 395 square metres of alfresco room on the various decks and full-beam beach club.

Turquoise Yachts will be building the largest of the Vitruvius® Yachts craft to splash thus far.
Turquoise Yachts will be building the largest of the Vitruvius® Yachts craft to splash thus far.
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