Turkish shipyard Magnolia Yachts has provided the first renderings of its 41 metre Magnolia 2 superyacht model.
Due for delivery in 2024, the superyacht is currently under construction in Istanbul, with the build beginning a little over a year ago. The hull and superstructure are now finished and outfitting will begin in the coming weeks.
Design comes from Gregory C. Marshall and Canada Design. The yacht boasts plenty of exterior space, with highlights including a sundeck jacuzzi bordered by sunpads and a shaded alfresco lounge where guests can enjoy sea views in a cool and comfortable setting. A spacious foredeck offers an alternative lounge spot, leaving the upper deck aft available for storing a large tender.
The superyacht will have the same classic look and feel as other yachts in the Magnolia series, with retro lines, a high superstructure and an elongated aft deck that give her a trawler-style profile.
The yacht’s interior themes are cool, calm and contemporary, with a neutral colour palette that allows the outside world to be the main focal point.
Meanwhile, the Turkish shipbuilder has another model in build: the 24 metre Magnolia 1. The yacht hit the water last month and is expected to begin sea trials in the coming days.