Turkish motoryacht shipyard Numarine said it delivered the second Numarine 105 HT to a Far East owner in Hong Kong.
Numarine said the yacht was seen in Phuket during one of its first cruises.
The 105 HT was drawn by Numarine designer Can Yalman, who is in charge of the concept, lines and interiors; Umberto Tagliavini is the naval architect.
Accommodations include three fully en-suite guest cabins and a full-beam master cabin, appointed with a dressing table, sofa, a large bathroom with a walk-in shower and twin basins.
“Numarine 105HT is the foremost expression of the styling language that has started with the 78HT,” Yalman said in a statement. “The hard-top design language has the gill-shaped glass elements in the superstructure. Previously we have used this in the ceiling panels, but in the 105HT this has been taken to the extreme, and the complete side glass has this gilled, scaled structure emphasizing the creature aesthetic and power within.”
“Taking stylistic language of the transportation industry, mainly the supercars, we tried to emulate the power, speed and luxury feel of an ultimate movement machine to a superyacht,” Yalman added. “The elegance of motion is what we tried to achieve in the design of the Numarine 105HT.”
”I have collaborated with the Numarine yard since their beginning and their first yacht. And just as with all Numarine designs, the primary aim when we designed the new 105 HT was to create a high-performance hull shape with maximum possible comfort, even when sea conditions are not ideal,” Tagliavini said.
“Thanks to Numarine’s technology — a given for the yard — we managed to achieve a displacement that gives us high speeds with a relatively smaller propulsion system: the two 1400kW CAT engines give the 105 HT a top speed of over 31 knots.”