Numarine Unveiled Its Largest Yacht Ever

Turkish shipyard Numarine showcased its new stunning flagship, the 37 m Numarine 37XP yacht. Umberto Tagliavini created the superyacht’s naval architecture while Can Yalman was in charge of the exterior. Unveiled for the first time at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2021, the first unit features a stylish decor from Italian studio Hot Lab.

Though the 37XP has the same beam as the 32XP, it boasts five extra meters forward of the engine room that add to the guest and crew accommodation volume as well as the upper deck and sky lounge.

The superyacht features a full displacement steel hull with a composite superstructure. She is 345 GT with a 5,000 nautical mile range at 10 knots and has the necessary stability, seakeeping, maneuverability, and general handling to support offshore and worldwide cruising.

Hot Lab’s interior decoration of the first 37XP includes freestanding furniture from the famous brands, such as Fendi Casa, Promemoria, Giorgetti, etc. The space is filled with natural light coming through huge windows.

Numarine has already sold 4 units of the 37XP Series. The latest deal was stroked with a client by Ali Tanir, Head of International Sales of the shipyard, and Denison Yachting’s broker Alex G. Clarke along with Artie Davenport of Galati Yachts representing the buyer. This yacht can feature a 6-cabin layout to accommodate 12 guests and a private skylounge. There are crew accommodations for seven with a captain’s cabin. Hull #4 of the Numarine 37XP series features a designated beach club, sundeck Jacuzzi, and a boat deck that can carry up to a 8.5-meter tender + 3 jet skis.

The fourth Numarine 37XP will be launched in late 2022.

Article Source: Lux Expose