Turkish superyacht builder Numarine has launched the first two Numarine 105HT motor yachts. Both hulls were sold last year, with hull number 1 in the Numarine 105HT series delivered to a European client who plans to explore the Mediterannean, while hull number 2 is being prepared for imminent delivery to an Asian owner.
Antonio Caviglia, sales and marketing director at Numarine, said: ”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.”
With exterior and interior design by longtime Numarine collaborator Can Yalman, the 105HT features a sporty exterior with rakish lines and edgy angles that are reminiscent of automotive styling. The interiors of this 32 metre yacht are also ultra-modern, as is the high-tech engineering with naval architecture by Umberto Tagliavini.
The hardtop design gives the yacht a unique profile and impacts the interior as well. A skylight forward on the hardtop and windows along its side let plenty of light into the main saloon, as seen in the photo below.
The true hallmark of the Numarine 105HT is its outdoor spaces, as can be seen with the flybridge, huge bow lounge seating area and aft deck dinette. The main saloon opens up to the aft deck via sliding doors, creating an indoor-outdoor living area.
Luxurious finishes are found through the interior, which will accommodate eight guests in three en-suite cabins and a full-beam master stateroom with a sofa, dressing table and large en-suite bathroom. Crew accommodation allows for a staff of up to five.
The Numarine 105HT superyacht’s performance reflects the sporty styling, with twin 1,925hp CAT C32 engines propelling this all-GRP yacht to top speed of 31 knots. Meanwhile, a total fuel capacity of 12,700 litres means a maximum cruising range of 500 nautical miles.
Other projects currently under development at the Turkish yard include the first hull in the Numarine 32XP series, which was sold to a European client earlier this year. Numarine added that this model is under construction with the steel hull nearing completion.