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Numarine rolls out steel-hulled 32XP series

Turkish builder Numarine built the first boat in its new 32XP series, which was sold to the owner in 2016.
The 32XP is an explorer yacht built for extended cruising with a range of 3,000 nautical miles.

The 32XP is an explorer yacht built for extended cruising with a range of 3,000 nautical miles.

Turkish builder Numarine built the first boat in its new 32XP series, which was sold to the owner in 2016.

The steel-hulled explorer yacht measures approximately 106 feet, 6 inches (32.5m) with a beam of just over 26 feet. She displaces 234 tons.

Explorer yachts are intended to be on the water for long periods of time, so the 32XP has been designed with an estimated 209 square feet of living space on the main deck including the cockpit and aft sunpad area. Up top, the flybridge offers 197 square feet of entertaining space including three couch-style lounges, a large dining table and two aft sunpads.

The salon measures approximately 157 square feet with a lobby area that leads to a day head and separate gym to starboard. Forward is a full-beam master cabin with nearly 100 square feet of space including separate his and her heads that share a large central shower. The master quarters have a sliding door that opens to the upper deck where Numarine can fit a 29-foot, 6-inch tender and two personal watercraft.

A long time on board necessitates lots of cold storage and the 32XP’s galley has four full-height refrigerators and it links to the salon via a pantry area and to the five-person crew quarters below through a dedicated entrance. The captain has his own private quarters and there is a separate crew galley as well. For guests, the belowdecks layout features two VIP staterooms and two double cabins.

On the water, the 32XP runs a top speed of an estimated 14 knots when powered by twin CAT C18 Acert engines rated at 715 bhp each. Cruising speed is approximately 9 knots and the boat has a range of 3,000 nautical miles.

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