Numarine announced the launch and delivery of the third unit of the 26XP series built with a bulbous bow and the 55sqm flybridge. This 25.68m/88.2ft motor yacht is a fantastic expedition vessel with a range of 3,000 at her cruising speed. Numarine 26XP Hull #3 is able to accommodate eight guests over four cabins.
Her full-displacement hull and bulbous bow provide maximum stability and long range, thanks to the naval architecture developed by Umberto Tagliavini and Can Yalman who created the exterior. The design of the yacht is carried out based on the larger Numarine motor yacht model, Numarine 32XP, known for her ocean cruising capabilities and efficiency. Compared to 32XP, Numarine 26XP has a smaller draft, which allows cruising in shallow waters.
The interior was also designed by Can Yalman, who created spacious living spaces and sophisticated environment. The abundance of glazing in the exterior allows plenty of natural light to fill the living spaces. Fantastic closer-to-the-sea experience onboard is offered by sliding the windows in the salon open, which opens up amazing views of the surroundings.
The main salon features full height windows and a simple layout: a lounge area with a C-shaped couch and a sofa, and a dining area adjacent to the galley. The bow of the yacht hosts three settees that form an intimate space with picturesque views. There are an alfresco dining area and sunbeds aft. Two stairs from the aft lead to the beach club of a generous size.
One of the notable features of 26XP is the 55sqm flybridge with a dining area, and sun lounge with unobstructed views. There is also plenty of room to store a 3.5m tender and some water toys.
Accommodation layout consists of four cabins, including master suite amidships with a dedicated study, lounge and large bathroom. Two VIP cabins and one twin cabin are located on the lower deck.
To date, it is not known whether motor yacht Numarine 26XP would be available for yacht charters. However, there is a selection of yachts built by Numarine that are available for charter this summer in the Mediterranean.