Turkish shipyard Numarine has delivered hull #1 of its new 32m sport yacht 105HT. The second unit is due for delivery in October.

Numarine has announced the double launch of the first two units of its 105HT model. The Turkish shipyard revealed that hull #1 has been delivered to a European client who wants to cruise the Mediterranean Sea.

The second unit of this 32m model, built for a client in the Far East, is expected to be delivered in early October. Numarine announced the sale of these projects in September last year.

Commenting on the new model, Numarine sales and marketing director Antonio Caviglia, says: ”The new 105HT is an exceptional sport yacht able to emphasize all the great Numarine attributes, like an innovative exterior design, an efficient and seaworthy hull, great exterior living spaces and spacious interiors, all coupled with a very  robust but weight-efficient construction thanks to vacuum-infusion technology and state of the art noise, vibration and harshness suppression.

“The double launch of the two units in such a brief period of time is a testament to the great job that the Numarine Team has done on this product,” he adds.

In-house design

The Numarine 105 HT is drawn by Numarine’s designer Can Yalman, who has been in charge of the concept, lines and interiors. Naval architecture is work of Umberto Tagliavini.

Designed to navigate in any sea state, the 32m yacht is powered with twin 1,925 hp Caterpillar C32s and is capable of a top speed  of 30ks. The yacht cruises at a speed of around 26ks.

Numarine says it uses advanced composite construction, vacuum assisted infusion techniques, PVC foam, and EL vinylester resin for sturdy and lightweight hulls.