Turquoise Yachts is planning the debut of its new flagship, the five-deck, 253-foot Go, at the Monaco Yacht Show in September.
Go was delivered to her owner in June. London-based H2 Yacht Design was responsible for interiors and exteriors, and her turquoise hull paint pairs with the interior’s “water in motion” theme of metallic finishes, fabrics, textiles and stonework. An 18-foot chandelier by Dale Chihuly includes 468 blown-glass icicle forms in shades that range from clear to blue.
An elevator operates on all levels between the beach club and sundeck. The beach club has shell doors on either side, and a transom door conceals a lounge, bar, massage room and scuba setup. Amidships is space for a 32-foot Pascoe limo tender along with a 28-foot everyday-use tender (both with the same turquoise hull paint as the mothership).
Accommodations include seven staterooms on the main deck. The owner’s deck has a touch-and-go helipad, his-and-her bathrooms, dual dressing rooms and a private foredeck with a hot tub and a dinette.
Top speed: 18 knots, powered by twin 2,575-horsepower Caterpillar 3516C engines.