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Numarine turns hull of new superyacht

Numarine reported progress in the construction of its new superyacht. According to the company it will become the new flagship in 2025 with the launch of the first unit. The hull of the 40MXP project has been turned and moved to the shipyard for outfitting.

“It’s a big milestone for our new model’s construction and I’m happy to confirm we’re on track with the delivery in 2025 as it was planned initially,” said Murat Şen, General Manager of Numarine. “I’m happy that the market has exhibited a positive response to this model, with a notable influx of interested boat owners. Three 40MXP hulls have already been sold before the first one is launched, which is a great success.”

Numarine-Yacht – Made for Mediterranean

Numarine
The yacht was turned

The “MXP” stands for Mediterranean Explorer, but the reference is not suggestive of a cruising limitation of the design – rather, it reflects the beach-club lifestyle typical of Med yachts. As an evolution of – and at two metres longer than – the 37XP, the new 40MXP draws on the Med lifestyle idea and delivers it in several exciting ways, Numarine says. First, the aft deck has been enlarged both as a result of the extra length and also by moving the aft sliding doors to the saloon forward by three metres.

The result is an area with space for a large alfresco dining area, a bar, and a lounge area surrounding another new feature – an aft pool complete with glass transom. This spectacular new social hub extends down to a huge hydraulic swim platform that stretches across the yacht’s 8-metre beam.

Option for Tier III-upgrade

The model can achieve 6,000-nautical-mile range at 8 knots thanks to the optimised hull form developed by long-standing Numarine naval architecture partner Umberto Tagliavini. Standard propulsion comes from a pair of MAN 800hp engines, although there is the option to upgrade to a Tier III-compliant twin MAN 900hp installation –the first two yachts sold will both have the 900hp MAN upgrades.

The interior offers six suites for up to 12 guests that include a full-beam main deck master and an impressive full-beam lower deck VIP. The interior design – as well as the 40MXP’s exterior lines – once again come from Can Yalman. The 40MXP also offers everything – from expansive flybridge to generous upper deck and inviting main deck – that has made the 37XP a much-coveted and commercially successful model, Numarine says. The superyacht has the ability to carry up to a 9-metre tender and three full-size jet skis, with room for additional water sports toys.

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Caption: Rendering of the new Numarine superyacht