Numarine sells second hull of 32XP to American owner
Published: Tuesday, 08 August 2017
Turkish shipyard Numarine has sold the second hull of the new 32XP Series in August to an experienced American owner. Delivery is scheduled in summer 2018.
（Photo: Numarine - 32XP)
The Numarine 32XP comes with steel hull construction and GRP superstructure, allowing the yard and her owner to create internal layouts and customised external spaces, both of which have been penned by Can Yalman. The yacht has a displacement of under 300GT.
The first hull was sold to an experienced Numarine owner in June 2016 and was launched in June this year
The main deck of the 32XP offers a cockpit that also provides for a stern sunpad area right behind the couch seating, for a total of 64sqm of living space (including side passages).
An expansive saloon of 48sqm leads to a lobby area with a day head and a separate gym on the starboard side, and then to a full-beam forward master cabin with more than 30sqm of space and separate his and hers bathrooms sharing a central shower.
Centre-ship on the portside, a kitchen with four full-height refrigerators links to the saloon via a pantry area and to the crew quarters below, connected to the external portside passage with a crew-dedicated entrance.
Below deck, the layout offers two VIP cabins mid-ship and two double cabins, all with en-suite bathrooms, and over 85sqm of living space.
Below deck forward, the five-person crew quarters provide spaces for the Captain with his private cabin with en-suite and four crewmembers in two doubles with en-suite. A crew kitchen with dinette area and a laundry room complete the crew area.
On the upper deck, the owner’s cabin with over 40sqm of living space including a large walk-in closet and an owner’s bathroom opens up via sliding doors to the large upper deck, which can fit in navigation a 9m RIB tender and two jet-skis with the help of the 2.5t crane.
Forward of the wheelhouse is a large couch area with bimini and cocktail table and two extensive sunpad areas. Total external space on the upper deck is 129sqm.
The flybridge offers 60sqm of customised entertainment space, which houses three couches, a 12-person dining table, two large sunpad areas a fully-fitted bar, three navigation seats and a central secondary helm station.
With naval architect by the shipyard’s partner Umberto Tagliavini, the displacement hull can reach a top speed of 14 knots, a cruising speed of 12 knots and 3,000nm range at 9 knots.
The shipyard’s another partner Silent Line helps eliminate and reduce the noise and vibration sources. The first hull has surpassed DNV Class 1 Comfort Class Requirements (more stringent than RINA) and achieved comfort levels of a 50m megayacht.