First Numarine 26XP completes build and will debut at Boat Show Eurasia


Numarine has finished building its first 26XP yacht and will be debuting it at Boat Show Eurasia starting on Saturday.

The yacht was sold to its owner – a returning Turkish customer – in May 2016. The Turkish shipyard has sold four of the series so far and is set to launch them in 2018.

Numarine’s collaborative designer Can Yalman designed the 26XP interior and exterior and the yacht’s architecture is courtesy of Umberto Tagliavini. The 26XP is based off the 32XP which launched last summer and features many of the same amenities on a smaller scale.

Orhun Senturk, Numarine’s sales and marketing director said: “I am happy to confirm that we have successfully completed the first 26XP yacht.

“That’s the fourth Numarine yacht for our loyal client. Before, he owned one of our popular 78’ Fly yachts. I congratulate our whole team on the tremendous job they did, creating such a beauty with such incredible living space”.

Four large guest cabins are situated below deck with a master suite and two VIP cabins. 26XP also features large social areas, including a main saloon, beach platform and flybridge with its own lounge, dining table and storage space for a 5-metre tender.

The first unit of the 26XP is a semi displacement yacht that has a max speed of 22 knots and a cruising speed of 18. The displacement version of the yacht has a maximum speed of 11.5 knots and a cruising speed of 9 knots.

“Three of the four units that have already been sold to clients are full displacement”, confirmed Orhun Senturk. “While the first has just hit the water, the other three, for clients from Europe, Russia and the Middle East, will soon follow and are to be launched by the end of 2018”.