Numarine sell 24XP and 60FLY at Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show


Numarine, Turkish motoryacht shipyard, has sold  hull number two of 24XP and hull number seven of 60FLY at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show 2016.

The Numarine 24XP was sold to a Russian owner with the deal handled in-house with the collaboration of Russian dealer, Burevestnik Group. The yacht is due for delivery in 2018.

24XP series is part of the new line of Explorer models that will have Numarine’s key qualities of attention to detail, luxury and radical looks.

The 60FLY has become popular from its introduction one year ago with a total of seven units already sold worldwide. This is the latest in the series of six Numarine yachts sold in the United States.

Measuring in at 18.4 meters LOA and a 5.15 meter beam, the style is familiar to the Turkish yard’s line. It presents a sportive design and has exceptional on board space layout for the owner.

Designers Can Yalman and Umberto Tagliavini were responsible for the concept and lines in the interior and naval architect alike. Gurit was in charge of the structural engineering.

The 60FLY has the highest volume in the 60 foot category.