A 37.17 metre new-build Numarine 37XP has been sold with Alex Clarke of Denison Yachting securing the signature for the vessel.
The explorer will be the 8th hull in the shipyard's flagship 37XP series and is expected to join its sistership Alaia on the water in June 2024.
Designed by Can Yalman, the 37XP is constructed with a steel hull and composite superstructure by Turkish yard Numarine with Umberto Tagliavini – Marine Design & Services developing the naval architecture.
Although Alaia sports an inner design courtesy of Hot Lab, it is yet to be announced who will pen the 8th hull’s interior. The 37XP will feature accommodation for up to 14 guests across seven staterooms, with space for eight crew members. The main-deck master suite is found towards the bow, with access to a private owner’s lounge on the upper deck.Read More/Alaia: On board the 37XP Numarine flagship taking the US market by storm
Highlights include a large social area on the sundeck, with a sky lounge located below. An aft deck hosts a bathing platform and an ‘inside’ lounge at water level while the flybridge promises 80 square metres of space. The 37XP is designed to hold a nine metre tender towards the stern.
The main deck benefits from floor-to-ceiling windows with a particularly large one situated portside, providing ample natural light for diners.
Powered by twin CAT diesel engines, the 37XP has a top speed of 14.5 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots.
The 37XP’s price has been withheld.