Turkish shipyard Numarine has reported that work on the new build is right on schedule with the installation of technical systems, fit out of the engine room, installation of extensive sound-proofing materials and cabin ceiling, wall and floor structures.

Numarine 32EXP

Photo by Malcolm Hutchison

Turkish shipyard Numarine has said that construction of the first unit of its 32m explorer model, Numarine 32XP, progresses well. The fit-out of the steel hull and GRP superstructure has been completed and the project is on time for her delivery in June 2017.

Numarine 32XP Explorer is a three deck 32.5m displacement yacht with a beam of 8m and just under 300gt. Construction of this project was ordered by an experienced Numarine owner.

Work on the new build is right on schedule with the installation of technical systems, fit out of the engine room, installation of extensive sound-proofing materials and cabin ceiling, wall and floor structures.

Delivery of the Numarine 32XP is scheduled for early June 2017. The vessel will cruising with her owner before her world premiere at the Cannes Yachting Festival and Monaco Yacht Show in September 2017.

The Turkish shipyard says the new Numarine 32XP has a very efficient displacement hull that will give the vessel a top speed of 14 knots, a cruise speed of 12 knots, and a range of 3,000nm at an economical speed of 9 knots.

The interior and exteriors styling of Numarine 32Exp is work of Can Yalman with naval architecture by Umberto Tagliavini.