Numarine delivered three new superyachts

Numarine delivered three new superyachts

Numarine delivered three new superyachts

Superyacht

08/04/2024 - 12:27
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Numarine announces the delivery of three new superyachts in its popular range of explorers, the XP Series. Two of them have been built on the 26XP platform (hulls number 24 and 25) and another one is the 37XP (hull number 11).

Both 26XP and 37XP are designed by the shipyard’s long-time partners. Umberto Tagliavini is responsible for naval architecture. Can Yalman oversees the exterior and interior design.

37XP - M/Y Maya

The Numarine 37XP combines refined yet easily recognizable aesthetics with ambitiously conceived functionality to deliver a first-class yachting experience. The superyacht sports a full displacement steel hull with a composite superstructure.

Currently, the 37XP is the largest launched model in the Numarine fleet - at least before the new 40MXP is set to touch the water in 2025.

The yacht boasts a spacious interior with several social areas. Rezzan Benardete did the interior decoration of Maya. The main deck saloon and cabins benefit from large windows, filling them with sunlight. The aft beach club features a bathing platform and an inside lounge situated at water level. Ample outdoor spaces are another major advantage of the new model.

The wide-body flybridge extends almost 10 metres, providing 83 square metres of space. The 37XP can accommodate up to seven guest cabins, including the master suite on the main deck.

Additionally, there’s a large suite on the upper deck with an aft-facing bed and some owners prefer to use this one as the master cabin. This space benefits from direct access to the vast outside terrace via a glass door. While underway, this terrace serves as tender storage, capable of carrying a tender up to 9 metres in length. Once launched, the area can be utilised for outdoor sports, sunbathing, or parties.

The Numarine 37XP is an impressive 345 GT superyacht with a range of 6,000 nautical miles at 8 knots, placing it on par with the world’s best expedition yachts in its class. It can autonomously cover 5,000 nm at 10 knots, with a maximum speed of 14 knots.

The 37XP is equipped with appropriate stability, seakeeping capabilities, manoeuvrability, and general handling to support offshore and worldwide cruising. This is achieved through its efficient displacement hull, which has been updated for maximum performance and comfort.

Three more 37XPs will be delivered in 2024.

26XP - hulls 24 and 25

The 26XP features a standard layout with four large guest cabins below deck. This yacht is a displacement version with a bulbous bow, powered by twin 560 hp MAN engines. The two newly launched 26XPs are both equipped with solar panels on top to provide energy for hotel loads and 80 kW Lithium batteries.

The style is modern, even futuristic, characterised by its angular windows and vertical bow, carrying the DNA of the larger XP Series models. Designed to offer the same capabilities as her longer sisters, the 26XP’s smaller draft allows her to berth in shallow harbours. The yacht has a well-proven and efficient hull, especially designed for ocean cruising.

The 26XP’s sophisticated interior is spacious and refined. The master suite is situated amidships, large enough to accommodate a dedicated study to starboard, a lounge to portside, and a vast bathroom in addition to the king-sized bed and plenty of storage space for long cruises. There are also two VIP cabins and one twin cabin.

The shipyard uses a lot of glass to ensure that the interior is filled with natural light. Additionally, a section of the large saloon windows slides open to create a floating balcony over the sea. The yacht has an extensive main saloon with full-height windows that saturate the interior with natural light. The saloon’s layout is simple and classical, with a cosy lounge featuring a C-shaped couch and a sofa in the aft, along with an internal dining area adjacent to the galley. Outside spaces on the main deck help guests to stay connected with the sea. In the bow, three settees form a very private space with amazing views.

One of the unbeatable key features of the 26XP is the special 70 sq. m flybridge. The second console unit and another dining area in the front are partially enclosed by the radar mast, while the rear sun lounge is a fully open space and nothing obstructs the spectacular views from this terrace, which is only a few metres above sea level. The flybridge is big enough to provide storage space for a 3.5-meter tender.

To ensure the maximum level of comfort on board the 26XP, Numarine took great care in eliminating or reducing all sources of noise and vibration. The on-board systems that resolve these issues are from the shipyard’s long-standing partner, Silent Line, noise, and vibration experts for luxury yachts, commercial vessels, and industrial and architectural projects.

The displacement version of the 26XP has a maximum speed of 13.5 knots and a cruising speed of 9 knots. The efficient hull offers greater fuel efficiency with up to 3,000 nm at 8 knots. This model is also available with a planing hull.

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