Numarine 37XP to debut at Cannes
Numarine’s first 37XP model is transferring to South of France to make her official world debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2021 following delivery to her owner. Numarine will also have one of the latest units of the 26XP Series on display in southern French city.
The 37XP has the same beam as the 32XP, but 4m were added forward of the engine room bulkhead. This extends the guest and crew accommodation volume as well as the upper deck and sky lounge.
The yacht has a full displacement steel hull with a composite superstructure. She’s comes in at 345GT with a 5,000nm range at 10 knots, which is on par with the world’s best expedition yachts in this class.
Umberto Tagliavini is responsible for the naval architecture and Can Yalman is in charge of the exterior. The interior decoration of the first 37XP is by Milan-based studio Hot Lab – working with Numarine for the second time.
The aft beach club features a bathing platform and an inside lounge sitting on the water level. The wide body flybridge is almost 10m long and it turns into 80 sq. m space. The 37XP hosts six guest cabins onboard. The master suite is on the main bow and there are four guest cabins and a nanny cabin on the lower deck.
The Numarine 37XP hull no.3 was sold recently by Ali Tanir, head of International Sales at the shipyard. “This sale is another confirmation of the American market’s importance and the XP Series ’success.” said Tanir. “I would like to congratulate and thank our partners, Denison Yachting, for amazing work and great results.”