The New Numarine 26 XP – Compact Explorer Yacht
The Numarine 26 XP is not the typical Explorer Yacht
Numarine’s New 26 XP Explorer Yacht hits 28 knots and cruises at 18 knots.
Record breaking low noise level with Silent Line Group
Numarine has dependably infused new thoughts into the most recent plan patterns. Its new Numarine 26 XP may look like any other compact explorer yachts from the outside, but not at all like most explorer yachts, which top-out maybe 15 knots; this 85-footer (26 meter) explorer yacht can hit a rankling 28 knots.
What’s more, rather than the typical scanty insides of most scaled down explorer yachts, Numarine’s in house designer, Can Yalman, gave careful consideration to the better points of interest of living on board, making an interior that takes a gander at home on a bigger, more classy plan.
Explorer Yachts Doesn’t Have To Look Boring –
Yalman comprehended that an explorer yacht does not need to look boring as a live-on board yacht. It basically needs to get you from point A to point B serenely, wherever A or B are; The 26XP does that and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. Its twin 1,550 hp MAN diesel engines get you to the 28-knots top end, yet additionally a cruising speed of 18 knots. Numarine additionally put a lot of effort to lower vibration and cut back noise across the interior. The noise within the lower staterooms, with close generators running, may be a whisper-quiet 35 dBA, like being inside a library.
The main saloon is laid-back rich, with an oceanfront private feel that incorporates full-stature windows, relax at the edges, and an open arrangement that expands the feeling of room. The Master’s suite, situated amidships, is spacious to the point that it even has its own study and a full head. Four visitor staterooms—two VIPs and two twins—are on the deck below.
The exterior likewise has ample social spaces, incorporating three settees in the foredeck territory, a lounge and sun-bed in the aft cockpit, and a colossal flybridge that spreads about 60% of the whole boat, or 1,000 square feet. Under its hardtop is an eating area and barbecue/wet bar for open air engaging. The aft deck of the flybridge additionally has space for a 18-foot tender.
Two Hull Versions –
The mastermind behind the Numarine 26 XP’s performance is the renown Naval Architect Umberto Tagliavini, who designed two versions of the compact explorer yacht. A semi-displacement hull and a full-displacement hull variant with a bulbous bow. A full-displacement hull is now being built, and intended to cross seas, with a scope of 3,500 nautical miles at 8 knots. Its top-end will be a little over 11 knots, with a 9-knots cruising speed.
“She will also have our ‘silent package,’ with a lithium-ion battery system that keeps the necessary onboard systems—including air conditioning—running without generators for 12 hours,” says Omer Malaz, Numarine’s CEO. “That provides enough silence to enjoy the most beautiful island bays or to sleep peacefully while being rocked by the sea.”