IYC has announced the sale of the 55.4-metre superyacht Turquoise, with Katya Grzeszczak and Frank Grzeszczak from the IYC Fort Lauderdale office representing the buyer.
A full displacement yacht built by Turquoise Yachts (then Proteksan-Turquoise) in 2011 to a design by Dubois Naval Architects, Turquoise underwent an extensive refit in 2014, with H2 Yacht Design leading the redecoration of her interior to give it a light and contemporary feel.
On board, Turquoise accommodates 12 guests across six ensuite staterooms, including one master, one VIP, three double staterooms and a twin cabin. As well as generous outdoor spaces on all outside decks, the on-board tenders are stowed forward, away from guest areas. In addition, a drop-down transom platform creates a beach club area for water activities.
Due to her suitable layout and relaxed ambience, Turquoise has enjoyed a successful charter history. Powered by twin diesel Caterpillar 3512B 1501HP engines, she has a maximum speed of 17 knots and a cruising speed of 14 knots.
At the time of sale, Turquoise was listed at an asking price of €20,500,000.
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