Turkish builder Numarine has launched the ninth unit in its 37XP series, believed to be named Oscar. Construction on the 37.2-metre yacht started upon order in January 2022, with delivery to her British owners expected in September.
Designed with the 37XP's rugged profile and oversized glazing, this hull stands out from her sisterships with her distinctive grey paint job. Exterior lines were completed by Can Yalman and naval architecture is owed to Umberto Tagliavini.
Accommodation is for 12 guests across six cabins, with further space for six crew. While full details have not been disclosed, interiors were styled by Hot Lab in an ongoing collaboration between the shipyard and the Milanese design studio.
The series is characterised by an open, 84-square-metre flybridge that provides a versatile space to position sun loungers, a dining area, bar or Jacuzzi. Custom options include the installation of a private cinema, larger gym, or particular style of kitchen.
Powered by twin Caterpillar engines, the motor yacht can reach a max speed of 14.5 knots and an impressive transoceanic range of 6,000 nautical miles.
This news follows the delivery news of the fourth hull in the series, Rockit.Read More/Numarine delivers 37m Rockit