Originally built in 2011 by Concept Marine in Turkey and named M/Y Greyzone, the superyacht underwent an extensive rebuild at Serenity Yacht. A huge overhaul included stripping down the vessel to bare metal, extending stern and aft decks and upgrading the flybridge. This ambitious endeavor resulted in a remarkable increase in volume, from 380 GT to 440 GT, and a substantial growth in length: from 38 to 50 meters.

Notably, the classification society, along with all stakeholders, recognized this transformation as equivalent to a new build: a new superyacht holding a new name: M/Y Thanuja. iYacht GmbH, the German one stop yacht design & engineering firm, was responsible for the exterior design and naval architecture on this ambitious rebuild.

Shipyard: Serenity Yard/TR

iYacht: Re-Engineering

Material: GRP

Length: 49,9 m

Beam: 8,5 m

Draft: 3,17 m