Renowned designer Ken Freivokh (Ken Freivokh) developed the original project in the popular 77-meter platform Turkish shipyard Turquoise Yachts. For the unusual appearance, the yacht Turquoise with exterior and layout by Ken Freivokh Design was given the name Quantum. According to the shipyard, this project is for her “a quantum leap in design.”
One of the main highlights of Quantum — two swimming pools with sea and fresh water, one above the other.
The saltwater pool is formed when from flooded garage in the aft lower deck the withdrawal of the tender. A deck above — a seven-meter pool with fresh water and the bottom of the glass hexagonal plate through which solar light enters into the territory of the beach club. Beach club and sports hall on both sides and aft sun terraces.
Tenders and storage project authors paid special attention.
In addition to the flooded garage at the stern there is one garage, located on the starboard side. It can accommodate a large tender-“the limo”, a ten-meter tender to shore, and a six-meter tender for water sports or a few jet skis.
Spacious salon on the main deck with an open layout and a rotating sofa and armchairs can be turned into a cinema. Further, a dining room where you can hold a Banquet for 14 people. For guests in the bow of the main deck has six cabins. Sliding wall system allows you to combine two guest cabins in a spacious apartment with two living rooms and two bathrooms for the master and mistress.
Another feature of the yacht that the creators immodestly call the “main attraction” of the project is the Central atrium that spans three decks. Transparent panels on the floor and the ceiling create a sense of common space between the decks. There is also access to the Elevator, which integrates all four levels of the yacht.
On the upper deck is an exclusive area for owners. In addition to a bedroom with access to the relaxation area with Jacuzzi, adjacent to the helipad, the owners of the semi — circular living room with exit to the panoramic terrace with a breathtaking view of the pool and the sea, and an office with access to the atrium and a balcony. Also on the deck of owners has a separate cabin for the nanny and pantry.
At the top level of the yacht — on the circular the bridge, is a modern vessel control panel with touchscreen monitors. There is a comfortable space where guests can observe the process of ship management.