Just last week, Turkish shipyard Numarine signed the build contract for its second 32XP motor yacht which has been commissioned by an experienced American yacht owner. Hull number one of the series was launched in June this year.
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Designed by naval architect Umberto Tagliavini, the 32Xp is built with a lightweight superstructure based on a sturdy steel hull, designed to deliver increased comfort at sea. The 32.5-metre-long vessel offers an internal volume of 300 GT that is fitted out with a professional galley, four guest cabins, a master suite and large crew area with separate galley.
A large outdoor entertaining area of 129 square metres on the upper deck is ideal for hosting family and friends and also serves as the storage deck for a nine-metre RIB tender and two jet skis, all served by the 2.5-tonne crane.
Fitted with all sorts of functional noise-cancelling features, the 32XP can cruise in near silence at 12 knots and achieve a top speed of 14 knots. An impressive range of 3,000 nm can be achieved when maintaining a speed of 9 knots.