The latest 105 HT from Numarine has been delivered to her owner in the Far East
The second hull in the Numarine 105 HT range has been delivered to her owner in Hong Kong. The 32-metre 105 HT is designed inside and out by Numarine’s designer Can Yalman, with naval architecture by Umberto Tagliavini. “The model emphasises all the great Numarine attributes, like an innovative exterior design, an efficient and seaworthy hull, great exterior living spaces and spacious interiors, all coupled with a very robust but weight-efficient construction, thanks to vacuum-infusion technology and state-of-the-art noise, vibration and harshness suppression,” the yard says. The sale of the yacht had been announced in 2015 together. Hull No.1 has already been delivered to a European client in the Mediterranean.
There are three guest cabins along with a full-beam master boasting a dressing table, sofa, a large bathroom with a spacious walk-in shower and twin basins. Outside, the hardtop provides plenty of shade, while guests can make use of the small flybridge. Powered by twin Caterpillar C32s, the 105 HT is capable of a top speed 30 knots and cruises at around 26.
“Taking stylistic language of the transportation industry, such as supercars, we tried to emulate the power, speed and luxury feel of an ultimate movement machine to a superyacht. The elegance of motion is what we tried to achieve in the design of the Numarine 105 HT,” says Can Yalman.
“Numarine continues to provide great value with the new 105 HT. At a very interesting €6.9 million base price, it presents a turnkey product with all the equipment you’ll need as standard. This includes the customisation of the interiors to suit the taste of the client, who can make all of his or her interior and layout choices together with our in-house architect or with the input of a personal designer working together with our team,” says Antonio Caviglia, Numarine sales & marketing director.