Numarine sells three 26XP yachtsNov 5, 2018 by Triton Staff
Turkish shipyard Numarine has sold three yachts in its 85-foot (26m) pocket explorer series to clients from Russia, Turkey and the Middle East.
All three new contracts are for the displacement version of the 26XP (a semi-planing option is available for future clients), with naval architecture by Umberto Tagliavini and exterior/interior design by Can Yalman. The general arrangement of hulls No. 3 and No. 4 remains the same as the first two deliveries with four guest cabins below deck and a full-beam master suite amidships. Hull No. 5 has a five-cabin layout (with the extra cabin on the forward main deck) and a Jacuzzi on the flybridge. Hull No. 3 is fitted with twin MAN 560-hp main engines. Hulls 4 and 5 have MAN 800-hp mains.
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