November 22 2022
22 Nov 2022
The Canada-based design studio has unveiled the renderings of its 61-metre superyacht concept Project Echo.
The motor yacht concept is described by the studio as ‘dangerously beautiful’ and has been designed for in Turkey.The yacht Project Echo is defined by her elongated lines that flow from bow to stern and flawlessly integrate with her powerful sporty design. The semi-displacement yacht features uniquely sculptured surfaces around her hull and superstructure with large windows that provide a distinctive character to her profile.
The design inspiration behind the long wrapping side windows is the eye of a Tyrannosaurus Rex, with a focus on practicality. She keeps her large and high windows throughout her length to provide unrivalled views for guests. The 899 GT superyacht features spacious and luxurious exterior decks that have been designed with entertainment in mind.
Her upper deck is able to accommodate up to 35 guests and her folding aft sides can be extended to provide an extravagant beach club with a 6-metre long pool.The stairs from the main deck to the upper deck of Project Echo have been designed around the pool and are not built into the superstructure. This means that the steps are thin, with guests able to see through the staircase, making them a feature rather than an obstacle.
Project Echo spans across four decks with an impressive interior layout to match her exterior. Her spacious saloon and dining area on the main deck is surrounded by full-height windows that flood the room with natural light and 300-degrees of almost unobstructed views. In terms of accommodation, the superyacht Project Echo provides her owner with the upper deck to allow for total privacy and utmost comfort. Her six remaining staterooms are located on the main deck and offer luxurious full-height windows for a truly unique experience for guests.
Project Echo’s efficient performance stems from her semi-displacement hull, which can be used as a displacement hull with smaller engines and a top speed of 17 knots. The fast displacement hull is able to reach a top speed of 27 knots with a larger engine. This is the first collaboration between Turquoise Yachts and ER Yacht Design, and has been described by the shipyard in four words “restrained flair, unrestrained performance.”
Turquoise Yachts currently has seven custom-built yachts under construction with six of them already sold.
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