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Numarine set to debut two models at Fort Lauderdale show

Numarine will present two new yachts Nov. 5-9 at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.
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The Numarine 60 Flybridge will make its world debut at the 2015 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.

The Numarine 60 Flybridge will make its world debut at the 2015 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.

Numarine will present two new yachts at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show Nov. 5-9 — the Numarine 60 Flybridge, which will make its world debut, and the Numarine 70 Flybridge, which will have its U.S. premiere.

The first of three 60s is under construction and the yard estimates that hull No. 1 will be delivered this month. Three have been sold.

Measuring 60 feet (18.4 meters), with a 17-foot (5.15-meter) beam, the Numarine Flybridge 60 was drawn by company designer Can Yalman, who was responsible for the concept, lines and interiors. Umberto Tagliavini is the naval architect, and Gurit is in charge of structural engineering.

The 70 Flybridge has been designed with the concept “a world without compromise,” the company said in a statement. Accommodations consist of three en-suite guest cabins that include “split berths,” in which twin cabin berths are easily joined or separated.

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