With a length of 37-metres, the Numarine 37XP is the largest yacht to come from the shipyard.
“The Numarine 37XP combines a refined but easily recognisable aesthetic with an ambitiously conceived functionality to deliver a first-class yachting experience,” comments Omer Malaz, Numarine Chairman.
The superyacht has the same beam as the 32XP model, however benefits from five extra metres forward of the engine room bulkhead. The extra space has been added to the guest and crew accommodation volume, as well as the upper deck and sky lounge.
37XP sports a full displacement steel hull with a composite superstructure. With an impressive 345GT and a range of 5,000nm at 10 knots, built to match some of the best expedition yachts in her class.
The sale of Hull 4 was completed with Ali Tanir, Head of International Sales of Numarine, and Denison Yachting broker Alex G. Clarke, with Artie Davenport of Galati Yachts representing the buyer.
The superyacht can feature a 6-cabin layout, accommodating up to 12 guests with crew accommodation to house a seven-strong team and a Captain’s cabin.
Hull 4 will be well stocked with exciting amenities, including a designated beach club, sundeck Jacuzzi, and a boat deck that can carry an 8.5m tender and three jet skis.
Hull 4 is the third 37XP sold by Denison in the past six months, each time to American clients. We look forward to following the build progress, up to her scheduled launch in late 2022.