Turquoise shipyard has launched the 75-meter Infinite Jest and will hand it over to the customer after sea trials.
The name of the superyacht is associated with the illusory novel of the same name by David Wallace, in which the world is trying to cope with the “bliss virus”. And how do you cope when you see such beauty! A special play of rectangular and rounded shapes, an unusual bulwark geometry, vertical portholes similar to quotation marks…
In addition to the owner’s suite with a cabinet and a private deck, there are 6 double and twin bed cabins on board, including VIP. Aft of the main deck is a swimming pool with a transparent wall and a glass section at the bottom, so when guests are relaxing in the beach club, natural light fills it not only through the open aft door and balconies, but also through the pool.
Water toys, including a 10-meter tender and 2 boats, are stored in a spacious garage in the central part of the hull.
We hope we will see Infinite Jest in the Mediterranean this summer.
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