Costa Magna
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  • # TURQUOISE YACHTS
  • # 1983
  • # 44.50m
  • # 10

Costa Magna is a 44.5m superyacht built in 1983 by Turquoise Yachts. She most recently underwent a refit in 2019 and is now available for charter.

Costa Magna is an established charter yacht with a proven record. She provides extraordinary volume in a refined atmosphere. Her interior is a harmonious blend of mahogany wood furniture, giving a feeling of warm luxury and charm.
Guests will appreciate Costa Magna's ample exterior spaces, whether to sunbathe on the flybridge or enjoying an Al fresco cocktail on the aft or upper deck. Costa Magna also boasts a wonderful deck jacuzzi and tenders are kept on the bow so as to maximise entertainment facilities aft.

Accommodation

She can accommodate up to 10 guests sleeping and she can cruise with up to 12 guests. The accommodation onboard comprises of the Master suite which is located on the main deck which has ensuite facilities and a private office. She has two VIP suites, also with en-suite facilities. There are also two twin cabins, both with en-suite facilities. One of the twin cabins has an upper and lower L shaped berth which is perfect for children. 

DISCLAIMER

The particulars on this page are a general guide to give a broad description of the yacht. They are not intended to constitute part of an offer or contract. All prices, photographs, measurements, plans and specifications referred to are given as a guide only and should not be relied upon for the charter of this yacht. The copyright of all details,photographs and deckplans remains the property of their respectful owners.

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DISCLAIMER

The particulars on this page are a general guide to give a broad description of the yacht. They are not intended to constitute part of an offer or contract. All prices, photographs, measurements, plans and specifications referred to are given as a guide only and should not be relied upon for the charter of this yacht. The copyright of all details,photographs and deckplans remains the property of their respectful owners.