The third unit in the Numarine 26XP series has been delivered to its owner. For reference the first hull delivered in this line was called “Gioia” and has a grey hull.
The second specimen is called “Minella” while the third hull is finished in all white, Numarine has not given a name as yet. Numarine says the third hull has been delivered and is on its way from Turkey to Porto Montenegro. Numarine made the announcement last week regarding the third hull.
Ömer Malaz who is the Chairman and Founder of Numarine said, “We are excited to deliver another 26XP to her owner”. Can Yalman is the usual suspect behind design of these Numarine craft with Naval Architecture by Umberto Tagliavini. The third hull is actually fairly similar to the second hull in terms of layout. Onboard you will find accommodation for the owner and guests in a four cabin spread. An owner’s suite, two VIPs and a twin cabin are available.
This small eXPedition yacht has the potential to sail further than you would expect. At a continuous 8-knots the 26XP can roam for 3,000 NM. If needed she can ‘sprint’ at 13.5-knots although that will drastically reduce her range. Her faster cruising speed is between 9 and 10-knots. With a bulbous bow fitted on her full-displacement hull she is set to take her owner on long voyages across the world’s oceans.
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