The first hull in the Numarine 32XP series is named M/Y Marla
Pocket explorer yacht
Turkish yard Numarine has announced that the first hull in the 32XP series is named Marla.
The 32.5m superyacht has been delivered to its owner last summer. The second and third hulls were sold in the fall and are in build.
M/Y Marla is a good example of a compact explorer yacht. She is just under the limit of the 300GT category but offers excellent volumes of interior space. Numarine 32XP is built from a steel hull and has a GRP superstructure.
Accommodation is for 12 guests is six double cabins, including the owner's suite. Crew quarters allows for a staff of five people. Numarine paid special attention to the reduction of noise and vibration using modern technologies. Even when Marla is running, the noise level on board does not exceed 45 decibels.
The yacht’s interior has been penned by Can Yalman. Like all Numarines, the interior of the 32XP has been fully customized to reflect the owner’s preferences in terms of layout, design, fabrics and materials. There are various marbles, woods, leather, brass. Comfy furniture, objects and textiles are provided by leading companies, such as Missoni Home, B&B Italia and Tom Dixon.
The deck can fit in a 9-meter RIB tender from Greek brand Technohull, and two jet-skis with the help of the 2.5 tons crane.