Expedition unveiled

Numarine has launched the first of its 37XP expedition superyachts in Cannes.

10 September 2021


The Turkish builder has hosted the world debut of the much-anticipated Numarine 37XP expedition superyacht at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2021.

In addition, Numarine is exhibiting the latest in the 26XP Series.

The Numarine 37XP combines a refined but easily recognisable aesthetic with an ambitiously conceived functionality to deliver a first-class yachting experience.

The 37XP has the same beam as the 32XP, plus four additional metres forward of the engine room bulkhead enhancing guest and crew accommodation volume as well as the upper deck and sky lounge.

The yacht sports a full displacement steel hull with a composite superstructure. She’s an impressive 345 GT with a 5,000 nautical mile range at 10 knots, which is on par with the world’s best expedition yachts in this class. The Numarine 37XP has the appropriate stability, seakeeping, maneuverability, and general handling to support offshore and worldwide cruising.

The collaboration behind the design remains the same with the shipyard’s long-time partners – Umberto Tagliavini is responsible for the naval architecture and Can Yalman is in charge of the exterior.


The interior decoration of the first 37XP is by Hot Lab. This is the second Numarine project with the Milan-based studio.

The yacht has a spacious interior with several social areas. The main deck saloon and cabins benefit from large windows and are filled with sunlight. The aft beach club features a bathing platform and an inside lounge literally sitting on the water level. Wide outside spaces are another major advantage of the new model.

The wide body flybridge is almost 10-metres long and it turns into an 80-square-metre space. The 37XP #1 hosts six guest cabins on board. The master suite is on the main bow and there are four guest cabins and a versatile “nanny cabin” on the lower deck.

The Numarine 26XP on display in Cannes is the 12th unit of the successful series, she’s among the most innovative yachts ever built by the shipyard. The explorer has an extended Carbon Fibre hard top covering the flybridge and 44.5-square-metres of solar panels with the total power of 7530 watt-peak on top. The solar panels accumulate additional power from this sustainable resource. It has only one big generator with extra Lithium batteries.

The layout is standard with four large guest cabins below. This vessel is a displacement version with a bulbous bow powered by twin 560 hp MAN engines.

The Numarine 37XP hull #3 was sold recently by Ali Tanir, Head of International Sales of the shipyard, with Alex Clarke, Bruce Schattenburg and Scott Lacroix from Denison Yachting.

“This sale is another confirmation of the American market’s importance and the XP Series’ success”, said Ali Tanir. “I would like to congratulate and thank our partners, Denison Yachting, for amazing work and great results.”

This yacht features a five-cabin layout to accommodate 10 guests. There are crew accommodations for 8 with a captain’s cabin. Hull #3 of the Numarine 37XP series comes with plenty of top-quality features and amenities including a cinema room, gymnasium, sundeck jacuzzi with custom full-service bar, and a designated beach club.

“Numarine has gone above and beyond to welcome this client into their family and continues to push into the American market, which Denison Yachting is proud to support. Patton Marine will be overseeing construction of the yacht on behalf of the client, so we expect the end product to be outstanding and impressive,” said Alex Clarke of Denison Yachting.

The third Numarine 37XP will be launched in August 2022.



  • Advertisement

  • Advertisement

  • Advertisement