Burgess Yachts creates 32.5 metre Numarine 32XP


Burgess Yachts has created the 32.5 metre Numarine 32XP series concept that will be launched to the market in 2017 with a price tag of $8.45m (€7.5 million). Building on the success of the 40XP steel-hull explorer concept released in 2015, the 32.5m 32XP will add to the Numarine explorer line.

The yacht builder has partnered with designer Can Yalman to create the vessel. It has a cruising range cruising range of 3,000 nautical miles and has a cruising speed of 12 knots thanks to a composite superstructure with a steel hull propelled by two CAT C18 Acert engines offering 715 horse power, although it has a top speed of 14 knots.

On board, the Numarine 32XP has been designed in conjunction with Silent Line Group to help noise and vibration reduction. The yacht will be insulated with the latest technology in sound absorbance and blocking with a mounting and connection solution to help prevent vibration transfer into the structure.

Once built, the yacht will accommodate 12 guests, to include a full beam owner’s cabin plus entertainment options throughout.