Numarine Delivers Third 32XP Superyacht

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

March 19, 2019

Image: Numarine

Image: Numarine

Numarine, the European high performance motor yacht shipyard headquartered in Istanbul, has delivered third superyacht in Numarine’s 32XP series.

The 32XP unit no. 3 is a sister ship to the first hull of the series, M/Y Marla (delivered in summer 2017), and has a similar look and layout, the Turkish shipyard said in a press release.

 The 32.5m yacht was built in 2018 by Numarine. She features an exterior design by Can Yalman and an interior by Can Yalman. She can sleep up to 12 guests taken care of by a crew of 5.

"The yacht is easy to manage thanks to a user-friendly interface developed by Energy Solutions, and the captain runs her without an engineer. View from outside The 32XP, as well as other models in the series, looks very different comparing to the shipyard’s performance models," claimed the company.

The 32XP unit no. 3 has six cabins, including the master suite forward on the main deck. Another roomy VIP cabin is on the upper deck aft. It opens up via sliding doors to the incredibly large open deck. In navigation, it can even fit a spectacular 9-meter RIB tender and two PWCs with the help of the 2.5 Tons crane.

"Numarine 32XP has a very efficient displacement hull that gives her a top speed of 14 knots, a cruise speed of 12 knots, and an inspiring 4,000 nm range at 8 knots," it claimed.

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