Numarine will debut 70-footer at Cannes show

Numarine will debut its new 70 Flybridge at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2015, set to take place Sept. 8-13.
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Numarine will debut its new 70 Flybridge at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2015, set to take place Sept. 8-13.

The saloon features a configuration with a half-open galley/bar, a separate dining area and a lounging arrangement.

Three en-suite guest cabins include split berths so that beds can be easily adjoined or separated.

The full-beam master cabin includes walk-in wardrobes, a dressing table, a sofa and a large bathroom that includes a walk-in shower and twin basins.

Fore and aft seating and dining space are available outside, and the flybridge offers additional seating, a full wet bar and lounging space, as well as room for a crane and tender or PWC stowage.

The yacht is designed to be manageable without a crew.

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