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Numarine set to debut 60-footer at Yacht Miami Beach

Turkish builder Numarine will debut its new 60 Flybridge to the world in February at Yacht Miami Beach.
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Numarine will expand its Flybridge line with the introduction of the new 60 at Yacht Miami Beach, which is set to take place Feb. 11-15 on Collins Avenue and at Island Gardens Deep Harbour Marina.

Numarine will expand its Flybridge line with the introduction of the new 60 at Yacht Miami Beach, which is set to take place Feb. 11-15 on Collins Avenue and at Island Gardens Deep Harbour Marina.

Turkish builder Numarine will debut its new 60 Flybridge to the world in February at Yacht Miami Beach, formerly known as the Yacht & Brokerage Show in Miami Beach.

The company says it has sold three units and that hulls No. 1 and 2 have been delivered. A hardtop version will be introduced next year.

“With the Numarine 60 Flybridge we are using an IPS motorization/transmissions,” Numarine owner and CEO Omer Malaz said in a statement. “Using IPS is very important in space saving; it allows accommodation space to free up. Their smaller size frees up considerable space in the engine room, which in turn allows us to increase fuel tank capacity, notably increasing the cruising range. Now she can be considered a real long-range cruiser.”

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