Every summer, Cannes hosts one of the world’s most prestigious and spectacular Pyrotechnic Art Festivals. A perfect way to cap off the summer, it also serves as a backdrop for superyachts to display their silhouettes and advanced lighting systems. Go was one of the superyachts spotted at just the right time, looking stunning in the evening with its lights on.
The prestigious Turkish shipyard Turquoise delivered the relatively new yacht Go in 2018. With a length of 77 metres (253 feet) and room for up to 18 guests, it was the largest and most advanced vessel built there at the time. It was allegedly purchased for $90 million by its owner, a German-born Swiss billionaire with ties to German rugby. So it’s no surprise that he flaunts it at such opulent occasions.
The shipyard’s signature turquoise hull and elongated, sharp profile draw attention to Go. When you board, you’ll notice spacious decks, one of which is entirely dedicated to the master suite, which includes access to a private outdoor area with a spa pool. There is another 5 metre (16.4 foot) pool on the sundeck, as well as a 162 square metre beach club (1,743 square feet).
When it comes to water toys, Go does not disappoint. It was designed with a central garage large enough to house not one, but two luxury tenders, also known as limo tenders, of up to 10 metres in length (32.8 feet).
Go’s performance is enhanced by Caterpillar engines, which allow it to cruise at 15 knots (17 mph/27 kph). After all, this turquoise-colored superyacht was designed to be admired rather than rushed.