Third Unit of Numarine 32XP Delivered

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Deliberately Rugged, Powerful and Hefty

The European high performance motor yacht shipyard Numarine has successfully delivered the third superyacht of the 32XP Series. The 32XP unit no. 3 is a sister ship to the first hull of the series, M/Y Marla (delivered in summer 2017), and has a similar look and layout. The 32XP is a perfect example of a compact explorer yacht. While being just under the limit of 300 GT category. She offers incredible volumes of internal living spaces on board, with her steel hull and GRP superstructure allowed to create unique layouts internally and customized external spaces. Simplicity of use, engaging styling and the seamless integration of systems are key principles of the yacht. As Numarine’s Founder and Chairman Omer Malaz puts it, hi-tech companies and devices that run the world now inspired him to create this beautiful model. The yacht is easy to manage thanks to a user-friendly interface developed by Energy Solutions, and the captain runs her without an engineer.

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