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Construction is well underway for the new 53-meter motoryacht Jewels. With hull and superstructure completed and interior work in process, she is taking form. Jewels’ exterior design belongs to Miami based DeBasto Design whilst her interior is created by London based H2 Yacht Design.

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She offers 8 + 1 guest staterooms, while the exterior deck areas are spacious and designed for entertainment of both big groups and for intimate gatherings of 12 to 14 people. “No one will feel lost” says Luiz DeBasto. The Sun Deck offers around-the-clock entertainment with a hot tub, sun-pads, TV, day head, bar and acres of open space.

“With Jewels’ enormous volume, my objective was to make the exterior less bulky and give a feeling of a forward dynamic movement, rather than a static feel” says Luiz DeBasto. “I wanted the design to show movement and purpose from any angle. I achieved this with the long ascending line from the swim platform all the way up to the mast and down to the pilothouse windshield”.

Some of Jewels’ highlights include a substantial swim platform that make it easy for ingress and egress from tenders. The Owner's stateroom and VIP suite are forward on Main Deck. Traffic circulation between guests and crew are completely separated on all decks, including discreet access on Lower Deck between the Laundry and the Guest's area. Crew accommodations for 10 are on the lower deck and there is a Captain's cabin on the Upper Deck next to the pilothouse.

“The yacht’ general arrangement is unique and highly personalized, using all available space to maximize guest accommodation. 5 guest cabins occupy the lower deck with the typical beach club area being surrendered for an extra guest cabin. The main deck retains the typical layout with main saloon, spacious full beam owner’s suite and neighboring VIP cabin. On bridge deck an extra 2 cabins have been added between the bridge and upper saloon providing accommodation for 18 guests in total.” Says James Bermudez, H2 Yacht Design.

“The interior design brief was established early in the design process with the client favoring a traditional yacht aesthetic combining classic teak joinery with gold inlays, bevel edged mirrors, colorful textiles and highly decorative stones.

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MAIN SPECIFICATIONS

  • LOA: 53 m (173.8 ft)
  • BEAM OVERALL: 9.3 m (30. 5 ft)
  • DRAFT: 3,25 m (10.66 ft)
  • GROSS TONAGE: 720 Approx.
  • MAX SPEED: 15,5 Knots
  • MATERIAL: Steel Hull & Aluminium Superstructure
  • CLASS: Lloyd’s Register of Shipping; +100 A1 SSC Yacht Mono G6,+ LMC, UMS
  • EXTERIOR DESIGN: Debasto Designs
  • INTERIOR DESIGN: H2 Yacht Design
  • NAVAL ARCHITECTURE: Turquoise Yachts
  • MAIN ENGINES: 2 x Caterpillar C32 1300bhp
  • GENERATORS: 2 x CAT 7.1 150 kW
  • STABILIZERS: Naiad, Atrest and Atspeed
  • FLAG: Cayman Islands

ACCOMMODATIONS

  • TENDERS & TOYS: 1 Luxury Tender (6.3m / 21 ft), 1 Rescue Tender (4.3m / 14 ft), 2 Jet Skis & Seabobs
  • GUEST ACCOMMODATION: Owner’s Suite, VIP Suite, 7 Guest Cabins, Main Salon and Dining Room, Upper deck Lounge, Sun Deck with Jacuzzi, Day Head in all Decks
  • CREW ACCOMMODATION: 1 Captain Cabin, 5 Double Crew Cabins

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Turquoise Yachts Launches 53m M/Y JEWELS

By Emily Dawkins

Turquoise Yachts has launched another exceptional blue superyacht. At 53m, the eye-catching 'Jewels' hit the water at the yard’s Pendik facilities in Istanbul, Turkey: becoming a welcome addition to the Turquoise fleet.

With elegant, sharp lines and a recognisable geometric profile, 53m Jewels, previously referred to as Project Talal, was warmly embraced by the industry as the newest member of the Turkish yard’s impressive fleet. 

Penned by Miami-based design firm, DeBasto Designs , Jewels’ exterior validates her as yet another spectacular Turquoise build. At 720 gross tonnes, the 53m vessel offers a magnificent amount of interior and exterior space, not often found in yachts of the same size. Her exterior decks have been designed to offer plenty of entertainment space, perfect for large groups and intimate gatherings. Her spacious sundeck is home to a hot tub, TV, daybed and bar, whilst on her lower deck, she features a substantial swim platform for easy access from tender to yacht. 

‘No one will feel lost. With Jewels’ enormous volume, my objective was to make the exterior less bulky and give a feeling of a forward dynamic movement, rather than a static feel’,  commented Luiz DeBasto, President and Chief Designer of DeBasto Design, ‘I wanted the design to show movement and purpose from any angle. I achieved this with the long ascending line from the swim platform all the way up to the mast and down to the pilothouse windshield.’

Jewels can comfortably accommodate 18 guests across nine staterooms, including a large owner’s suite and VIP cabin located forward on the main deck. 

Her interior design, which is yet to be revealed to the public eye, has been created by London-based interior design studio, H2 Yacht Design . 

James Bermudez, Design Director at H2 Yacht Design commented: ‘the yacht’s general arrangement is unique and highly personalized, using all available space to maximize guest accommodation. 5 guest cabins occupy the lower deck with the typical beach club area being surrendered for an extra guest cabin. The main deck retains the typical layout with the main saloon, spacious full beam owner’s suite and neighbouring VIP cabin. On the bridge deck, an extra 2 cabins have been added between the bridge and upper saloon providing accommodation for 18 guests in total.’

‘ The interior design brief was established early in the design process with the client favouring a traditional yacht aesthetic combining classic teak joinery with gold inlays, bevel-edged mirrors, colourful textiles and highly decorative stones.’ 

We would like to congratulate all those involved in the successful launch of Jewels. We’re looking forward to seeing that glistening blue hull around the world very soon.

"With Jewels’ enormous volume, my objective was to make the exterior less bulky and give a feeling of a forward dynamic movement, rather than a static feel" Luiz DeBasto, President and Chief Designer, DeBasto Design

"With Jewels’ enormous volume, my objective was to make the exterior less bulky and give a feeling of a forward dynamic movement, rather than a static feel"

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Another social nook is the foredeck, which is used to carry two tenders and Jet Skis, leaving the stern area free for guest use. The aim of designer Luiz de Basto of Miami-based DeBasto Designs was to make the exterior feel sporty and dynamic, despite being wrapped around a cavernous 720 GT volume and 31-foot beam.

Perhaps the biggest commitment to the owner’s mandate for comfort was the decision to surrender a beach club at the stern—something that is standard on every other superyacht—and instead add an extra guest cabin on the lower deck. The unusual design required significant layout changes to access the cabin from the main salon. The engine room had to be reduced to make space for the guest en suite. Noise and vibration levels also needed to be suppressed so sleeping was a pleasant experience.

Jewels sleeps 18 guests in total. There are two more guest cabins on the bridge deck between the bridge and upper salon (replacing the original design of a captain’s cabin and staff cabin), and a full-beam main deck owner’s suite and VIP.

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Inspiration for the interior came from the owner’s private residence, which Bermudez described as having a style akin to Annabel’s, the private members’ club in London. Lavish materials and exotic textiles drip from every wall, ceiling, and surface. The yacht also features patinated mirrored ceilings, bright velvet sofas, heated marble floors and no shortage of gold leaf. Carpets are thick and soft. Much of the marble comes from Turkey, selected by the owner. He visited the shipyard every month to stay immersed in the intricate detailing.

Jewels is the second yacht from the Istanbul-based shipyard to have a turquoise steel hull matching the color of the sea, following the 2018 launch of 253-foot G O. The shipyard developed a special automated spray-paint technique for Jewels to get the turquoise exterior finish as smooth as possible. It’s mated to a white aluminum superstructure and sets the tone for the highly ornate interior.

“The interior design was established early in the design process with the client favoring a traditional yacht aesthetic,” says Bermudez.

“Traditional” in this sense seems relative to the owner, translating to heavy woods, gilded edges, bold colors, and crystal chandeliers. The lower-deck guest cabins are color themed for the owner’s daughters, including pistachio green, royal purple, and ruby red. Gold textiles are mixed with teak and walnut burl veneers. The bathrooms include bold-veined marbles and gold details. 

Giallo siena marble flooring anchors the communal areas of the main deck, while the color turquoise is used here as well to accent the furniture and curtains. The formal dining area is forward of the main salon, flanked by built-in storage cupboards and large windows.

On the bridge deck, the upper salon offers a more open and (relatively) informal lounge experience. This area features a color step change in the form of French blue. The full-beam architecture and large windows provide guests with a connection to the outdoors, with direct access to the aft deck.

Few yachts live up to their name as well as Jewels . In this case, it nods to both the onboard detailing and the precious family time spent at sea.

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Turquoise Yachts launches 53m Jewels

The vessel was launched at the pendik shipyard….

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Turquoise Yachts has announced the launch of 53m Jewels , another unique vessel to add to the Turquoise fleet. The celebrations gave Jewels a warm welcome to the seas as the newest member of the Turquoise fleet. The ceremony took place at the Pendik shipyard on the 19th of August together with the owners, guests and the Turquoise team.

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Jewels' exterior design belongs to Miami based DeBasto Design , whilst her interior is created by London based H2 Yacht Design . At 720 GT, Jewels offers interior and exterior space commensurate with yachts that are usually much larger. 

The vessel offers nine guest staterooms, while the exterior deck areas are spacious and designed for entertaining big groups and also for intimate gatherings. "No one will feel lost" says Luiz DeBasto. The Sun Deck offers around-the-clock entertainment with a hot tub, sun-pads, TV, day head and open space.

 “With Jewels’ enormous volume, my objective was to make the exterior less bulky and give a feeling of a forward dynamic movement, rather than a static feel” says Luiz DeBasto. “I wanted the design to show movement and purpose from any angle. I achieved this with the long ascending line from the swim platform all the way up to the mast and down to the pilothouse windshield”. 

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Some of Jewels’ highlights include a swim platform that make it easy for ingress and egress from tenders. The owner's stateroom and VIP suite are forward on main deck. Traffic circulation between guests and crew are completely separated on all decks, including discreet access on the lower deck between the laundry and the guest's area. Crew accommodations for 10 are on the lower deck and there is a Captain's cabin on the upper deck next to the pilothouse.

“The yacht’s general arrangement is unique and highly personalised, using all available space to maximise guest accommodation. 5 guest cabins occupy the lower deck with the typical beach club area being surrendered for an extra guest cabin. The main deck retains the typical layout with main saloon, spacious full beam owner’s suite and neighbouring VIP cabin. On the bridge deck an extra 2 cabins have been added between the bridge and upper saloon providing accommodation for 18 guests in total.” Says James Bermudez, H2 Yacht Design. “The interior design brief was established early in the design process with the client favouring a traditional yacht aesthetic combining classic teak joinery with gold inlays, bevel edged mirrors, colourful textiles and highly decorative stones."

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Jewels, a Rare Gem, Joins the Turquoise Fleet of Yachts

Jewels, a Rare Gem, Joins the Turquoise Fleet of Yachts

Turquoise Yachts is proud to share an expanded portfolio of images of the recently delivered 53m Jewels.

Jewels’ exterior, with her elegant sharp lines and clear geometry, is the design work of Miami-based DeBasto Designs, and her sumptuous interior design is the creation of London- based H2 Yacht Design in collaboration with the yacht’s owner.

At 720 GT, Jewels offer a fantastic amount of interior and exterior space commensurate with yachts that are usually much larger. She offers 8 + 1 guest staterooms, while the exterior deck areas are spacious and designed for entertaining both large groups as well as intimate gatherings. “No one will feel lost,” says Luiz DeBasto, principal of DeBasto Designs. The Sun Deck offers around-the-clock entertainment with a hot tub, sun-pads, TV, day head, bar, and acres of open space.

The Interior

“The interior design brief was established early in the design process with the client favoring a traditional yacht aesthetic combining classic teak joinery with gold inlays, bevel-edged mirrors, colorful textiles and highly decorative stones,” says James Bermudez from H2 Yacht Design.

Jewels feature a lavish interior with intricate detailing and high craftsmanship. The yacht’s general arrangement is unique and highly personalized, using all available space to maximize guest accommodations. Five guest cabins occupy the lower deck as the typical beach club area was eliminated to achieve an extra guest cabin. The main deck has a traditional layout with a main salon, a spacious complete beam owner’s suite, and a neighboring VIP stateroom. On the bridge deck, an extra two cabins have been added between the bridge and the upper saloon, providing accommodation for 18 guests in total.

In the owners’ suite, stained teak window framing and door architraves are combined with bulkhead panels of flame mahogany and burl sycamore, all finished in high gloss lacquer and accented with gold inlays. Built-in furniture is embellished with gold rope detailing and warm honey onyx. In the bathroom amazonite marble panels sit on a backdrop of giallo siena stone with teak joinery and more gold detailing.

On the lower deck, guest cabins are color themed; green, purple, and red with gold textiles mixed in with the teak and walnut burl veneers. In the bathrooms, the decorative themes continue with the use of bold-colored marble along with gold details and appointments.

The Amenities

In addition to the spacious accommodations, Jewels also offers a wide range of amenities to keep guests entertained and comfortable. These include a large swimming pool, a Jacuzzi, a sun deck, a bar, a gym, and a cinema. A spacious beach club with a barbecue area and a water sports platform also exists.

The Owner’s Input

The owner of Jewels was a frequent visitor to Turquoise Yachts and extremely hands-on in the interior design process. With the help of our interior and projects teams, the owner discovered that Istanbul and its environs are a wonderful place to find exotic textiles, marble, and much of his desired interior appointments. In fact, he himself visited our suppliers and picked out all of the new material selections. Jewels is a testimony to a wonderful collaboration among the yard, the designers, and the owner.

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JEWELS Luxury Motor Yacht by Turquoise Yachts

Motor Yacht JEWELS

Jewels is a 53m motor yacht, custom built in 2023 by turquoise yachts. the yacht's interior has been designed by h2 yacht design and has exterior styling by debasto design..

JEWELS has a Steel / Aluminium superstructure.

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JEWELS is capable of 15.00 knots flat out.

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JEWELS offers accommodation for up to 18 guests comprising 1 owner cabin, 1 VIP cabin, 7 double cabins. She is also capable of carrying up to 10 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience.

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2023 53.00m  (173'10"ft)
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18 9.30m  (30'6"ft)
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Luxury yacht JEWELS from Turquoise Yachts is a 53m/174ft custom vessel launched in August 2022. She sports a steel, turquoise colour hull with an angular raked bow, and a white aluminium superstructure that has strong horizontal lines for a modern appearance. Exterior styling comes from Miami-based DeBasto Design, naval architecture from the shipyard, and interiors by London-based H2 Yacht Design. The accommodation sleeps up to 18 guests over nine en-suite cabins, while an attentive crew of 11 sees to all the details.

NOTABLE FEATURES OF JEWELS: ~Sundeck Jacuzzi ~Sundeck bar and TV entertainment ~Large swim platform ~Elegant interior styling ~Generous guest cabins ~Plenty of sunbathing space ~Air conditioning ~Wi-Fi

Guests arriving by tender will disembark onto a large swim platform, ideal also for sunbathing and spreading out with the water toys. Two stairways ascend to the main deck aft, which provides an alfresco living area shaded by the upper deck overhang.

More seating is available on the upper deck aft as an outdoor extension of the skylounge, while the sundeck provides a hot tub, bar and TV, alfresco dining and lounging spots and plenty of sunpads to rest in the sunshine after a large meal.

The interior styling blends teak joinery with accents in gold, decorative stones, bevel-edged mirrors and colourful textiles which add a playful air to the elegance.

The majority of the guest accommodation is placed on the lower deck, in the stern section which is usually used s a beach club. The engines are amidships, and the crew accommodation with mess and laundry facilities are forward.

The Master suite and VIP stateroom are forward on the main deck, followed by the galley and main foyer amidships, and the formal dining area and main salon aft.

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Type/Year:Turquoise Yachts/2022 
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Beam:9.3 m (30'5'') 
L.O.A.:53 m (173'8'') 
Crew:11 
Guests:18 
Max Speed:15 knots 
Cabins:8+1 
Engines:2 x Caterpillar C32 1300b 
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Builder/Designer: , ,  
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On the upper deck, the bridge controls and Captain’s cabin are forward, the foyer and two of the guest cabins amidships, and the skylounge aft.

A pair of Caterpillar C32 engines give a maximum speed of 15 knots.

Yacht Accommodation

The accommodation sleeps a total of 18 guests across 9 en-suite cabins: 1 Master suite, 1 VIP stateroom and 7 further guest cabins. The main deck hosts both the Master suite and VIP stateroom. The bridge deck contains two of the guest cabins, and the five remaining guest cabins are on the lower deck. Throughout the cruise, all guests will be looked after by the professional crew of 11.

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We do have available further amenity, owner and price information for the 53 m (173'8'') yacht JEWELS, so please enquire for more information.

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Turquoise Yachts announces launch of 75m superyacht INFINITE JEST

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By Steph Loseby   29 March 2023

Marking the latest addition to their fleet, Turquoise Yachts has announced the launch of the 75m (246ft) superyacht INFINITE JEST , previously known as Project NB69, from their shipyard facilities in Turkey .

Touching the water for the first time on 27th March 2023, the 1680GT superyacht boasts a sleek silhouette helmed by Vallicelli Yacht Design. The yacht appears long and slender thanks to the low angle of the transom slope and the very long forward overhang, which generates an elegant profile reminiscent of sporty sailing. 

With the aim to transform the yacht’s living space into a dynamic experience of its own, Dutch studio Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design was responsible for her vast interiors.

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The styling of the superstructure and the hull makes for an exquisite balance: a combination of simple sleek lines and a powerful dynamic look

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Key features onboard include a full 14.2-meter beam beach club, which opens aft to a large swimming pool and has opening shell doors on either side that can transform into extended platforms to the sea, providing the perfect terrace space for those looking to relax by the water's edge. 

There is also a central tender garage with side hull access that is home to a 10.2-meter limousine tender, a guest tender, a crew tender and several Jet Skis. 

Accommodation is for 12 guests comprising the Owner’s suite and five guest suites. The crew accommodation meanwhile consists of one captain’s cabin, 10 double crew cabins and one convertible hospital/ massage cabin.

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Following the recently delivered 53m (173ft) JEWELS , Turquoise Yachts currently has six vessels under construction including 87m (285ft) Project VENTO and 79m (261ft) Project TORO which is next in line, with delivery scheduled for later this year.

It is not expected that motor yacht INFINITE JEST will be available for charter. 

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The current position of JEWELS is at East Mediterranean reported 42 mins ago by AIS. The vessel is en route to TAORMINA , sailing at a speed of 9.8 knots and expected to arrive there on Jun 14, 11:00 . The vessel JEWELS (IMO 9822176, MMSI 319256500) is a Yacht built in 2023 (1 year old) and currently sailing under the flag of Cayman Islands .

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