Numarine 62Fly european debut
Evolution of Numarine’s signature silhouette
Numarine, the Turkish high performance motor yacht shipyard in Istanbul announced that European premiere of the 62Fly yacht will take place at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2017. Measuring in a 19.16 meters LOA, with a 5.15 meter beam, the Numarine 62Fly has the same bold styling common to all the Turkish yard’s family line products, with a sportive design that respects the exceptional onboard space available to the owner. Ample open areas and brightly lit interiors define Numarine’s traditional and characteristic layout.
This flybridge 62-feet boat is strong and powerful. She has a foam-cored, vacuum infused structure and thanks to significant engineering work she has class-leading noise and vibration levels that make it very quiet even while underway. The yacht’s interior is very spacious and airy, even the engine room is full standing height. The 62 is very competitive thanks to Numarine’s construction techniques where light weight and strength are guaranteed by vacuum infusion composite construction. Comfort and cheer were the guidelines in designing the Numarine Flybridge 62’s internal layout. The three guest cabins, well fitted out with plenty of storage space, each have their own bathroom, which are much larger than you would expect in a boat of this size. The fullbeam owner’s suite, with its huge picture windows at water level, fills the cabin full of light and the view it offers to those reclining in bed (165 cm wide) is breathtaking!
This is the first of the Numarine’s range of yachts to be totally illuminated using LED lighting and the designers assure us that all future yachts coming out of the build facility outside Istanbul will be so fitted. Throughout Numarine 62 Flybridge, there is the ability to let fresh air circulate through the boat by flipping open hatches in the windows or by electrically lowering the forward side windows in the main saloon, which is a welcome feature. The décor of the interior is clean and refreshing and relies heavily on the use of glass, leather and stainless steel to give it a contemporary feel. It is very pleasing to the hand the leather-covered interior hand and holding rails. The galley is incorporated into the main saloon and divided by a useful bar that is equally at home laden with a buffet lunch as serving cold ones from the fridge: this is a boat that is designed to be used by those who like to go boating rather than be simply admired on a marina slip.