Numarine to launch two 32XP in summer 2018
Published: Wednesday, 10 January 2018
Istanbul-based motor yacht builder Numarine has sold the second and third hulls of its new 32XP Series after the delivery of the first, flagship Marla, which has been delivered last summer to her owner. The two yachts will be launched in summer 2018.
(Photo: Jeff Brown - 32XP)
The XP Series is Numarine’s new explorer superyachts Series which has been conceived by the shipyard’s CEO Omer Malaz, who anticipated a major trend on the market: superyachts have to be superyachts with all required amenities and features as well as being efficient in terms of production and the following use.
The first unit of the series, Marla is inspired by hi-tech companies and devices that run the world, with the interface developed by Energy Solutions, and the captain runs her without an engineer.
While being under the limit of the 300GT category, she has a steel hull construction and GRP superstructure allowed to create layouts internally and customised external spaces.
The 32m yacht accommodates up to 12 guests and is ready for long cruises thanks to her proven hull and ample of storage facilities. Special attention has been paid to reduction of noise and vibration using modern technologies by the builder’s longstanding partner Silent Line.
The XP Series also includes a smaller version (the 26XP, three hulls have already been sold to clients) and a larger version – the 44XP.