Heads turned at the Greek port of Rhodes when a 77-meter turquoise yacht docked this week.
Locals and tourists flocked to take a glimpse of “Go” and admire its artistry and innovative design.
The yacht departed earlier from a Turkish shipyard to make its maiden voyage, cruising the Mediterranean before her world debut at the Monaco Yacht Show in September.
Go was designed inside and out by British studio H2 Yacht Design.
Accommodation is for up to 18 guests split across nine cabins, while the crew quarters allow for a total staff of up to 20 people.
Key features include a separate owner’s deck with a forward-facing suite and a private spa pool, a five-meter swimming pool on the aft deck and a superyacht beach club that measures 162 square meters.
A separate garage will allow storage for a ten-meter limousine and an eight-meter multi-purpose tender.