Delivery of first yacht in new Numarine line set for June

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The Numarine 32XP Explorer is a three-deck, 106-foot long, 26-foot beam superyacht.

The Numarine 32XP Explorer is a three-deck, 106-foot long, 26-foot beam superyacht.

Construction of the Numarine 32XP, the first unit of the Turkish shipyard’s new XP explorer vessels line, is underway with the fit-out of the steel hull and GRP superstructure.

Delivery is planned for June.

The Numarine 32XP Explorer, a three-deck, 106-foot long, 26-foot beam superyacht, was ordered by an experienced Numarine owner who was searching for a yacht customized to cater to long cruises with his growing family.

Numarine said the construction is on schedule with the installation of technical systems, fit-out of the engine room, and installation of extensive soundproofing materials and cabin ceiling, wall and floor structures.

Delivery is scheduled for early June, followed by a summer of cruising with her owner before the boat makes its world premiere at the Cannes Yachting Festival and Monaco Yacht Show in September.

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