Turkish builder Numarine said its 62 Fly will make its European premiere during the Cannes Yachting Festival, which is set for Sept. 12-17.
Numarine said the 62-foot yacht has a strong lightweight foam-cored, vacuum-infused structure and is powered by two Volvo Penta IPS 950 engines that give it a 31-knot top speed and a 26-knot cruising speed.
The yacht has three guest cabins, each with its own head.
The 62 Fly was drawn by Numarine designer Can Yalman, who was responsible for the concept, lines and interiors; Umberto Tagliavini is the naval architect, and Gurit was in charge of the structural engineering.
“With the 62 Fly, and the upcoming 62HT, I continued the evolution of Numarine’s signature silhouette, emphasizing taut, muscular lines in a sleek profile that incorporates extensive glazing for maximum transparency with surprisingly generous interior volumes found usually on larger boats,” Yalman said in a statement. “This is the latest baby Numarine, but with all the features of its larger Numarine siblings. It is one of my favorites.”