Turquoise Yachts is collaborating with H2 Design on Project Bora, a stunning new 81-metre motoryacht. Turquoise has enjoyed a rich and prolific relationship with H2 Design—our most recent collaboration was the recently delivered 77-metre M/Y GO.
While Bora’s interior layout will bear some similarities to GO, Bora’s exterior styling is decidedly different. Bora has a more masculine profile with a tighter and sportier appearance as evidenced by the angled windscreen on sun deck and the distinctive louvered intakes on the aft bridge deck sides. The louvered theme is also repeated on other prominent areas of the superstructure providing an interesting surface texture as well as an accent metallic colour.
Bora features an impressive 7m x 3m glass surrounded swimming pool as well as two Jacuzzi’s. The large swimming pool is on the main deck aft. One Jacuzzi is forward on the Owner’s Deck for the owners’ private use, while the second one is tucked behind the mast on the sundeck for all the guests to enjoy.
The aft deck lounge area flows nearly seamlessly into the interior main saloon and formal dining areas. And forward of the central lobby that houses the main staircase and lift, are 5 guest cabins and 2 VIP staterooms.
On the Upper Deck, above the Main Deck is the owners’ domain with an inside lounge, and al fresco dining with bar, buffet and built in aft seating. Also included in the owners’ quarters is their own private treatment/ massage room. The large master stateroom forward has panoramic windows and private access to an outside Jacuzzi and breakfast nook with views over the flush teak clad foredeck.
On the Bridge Deck, aft of the bridge and captain’s quarters, is the spa and gym including a steam room and massage room with an adjoining day head. One can exercise from on high with views rather than being relegated to the lower deck.
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