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Hot Lab Reveals Refreshed Interior of Numarine 32XP Explorer Superyacht

31 March 2020By Miranda Blazeby

Turkish superyacht builder Numarine has partnered with design studio Hot Lab to refresh the interior design of its 32.5 metre explorer model, the 32XP.

The decoration package by the Italian studio is described as “homely, surprising and entertaining” and features an injection of new materials and a new “white and bright” colour palette.

Speaking about the explorer, Hot Lab co-founder and partner Antonio Romano said: “The 32XP is a very well-designed product. With the new package by us, we just offer nice extra touches for the decoration to add more freshness to this superyacht’s styling.”

Hot Lab chief designer, Enrico Lumini, added: “My favourite features of the package are the spaciousness of the master cabin and the homely effect of the saloon, with an intensive use of loose furniture…”

The new interior package is available to clients, including owners whose yacht is still four months from delivery.

The interior refresh of the yacht comes after the builder delivered the third hull in the series in March last year.

Described as a “perfect example of a compact explorer yacht”, the yacht is built from a steel hull and GRP superstructure with external styling by Can Yalman.

Accommodation is for a total of 12 guests in six cabins including a master suite forward and VIP on the upper deck aft. The crew quarters meanwhile are for a staff of five and include a private ensuite captain’s cabin.

Earlier this year, Numarine announced the sale of five new superyachts from its XP series; four 26XPs and the fourth 32XP, which is now under construction.