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Numarine delivers latest 37XP as Chapter 3

20 June 2022• Written by Katia Damborsky

Turkish shipyard Numarine has delivered the second unit of its 37XP series to an American client.

Christened Chapter 3, the new yacht is the first of five units to be sold by Denison Yachting that are destined to arrive in the USA in the next two years.

Chapter 3 is currently on her maiden voyage towards the western Mediterranean. She will make her debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival before heading onwards to the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show in November.

Pictured: A Numarine 37XP sistership

Accommodation on board Chapter 3 is offered for up to 12 guests in six well-appointed cabins. The yacht is equipped with all the latest audio-visual equipment and boasts a number of the same stand-out features found on her sisterships. As well as stacks of internal space and plenty of natural light, the 37XP also offers generous aft deck lounging areas and a stylishly finished interior by Hot Lab.

“To be able to deliver a 37XP on schedule during these supply chain problems all around the world was a great success,” commented Ali Tanir, head of international sales and responsible for delivery of Chapter 3. "I would like to thank all Numarine family for their efforts on production and delivery period. This 37XP will be the first hull for the US waters and her sisterships will be delivered in coming two years.”

The yacht has a huge amount of internal volume

Alex G Clarke, of Denison Yachting said: “This yacht was delivered to a repeat client who has been an absolute pleasure to work with & I feel the vessel itself is an excellent accomplishment for the shipyard. The design features onboard surpass anything else in this class on the market today. We look forward to the upcoming deliveries and helping advance the shipyard grow long into the future with our partnership.”

Chapter 3 can reach a top speed of 14 knots with a range of 6,000 nautical miles when travelling at eight knots.

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