Numarine has lifted the veil on the interiors of its highly anticipated 30XP model, showcasing a blend of Scandinavian inspiration and cutting-edge design. Initially revealed to commemorate the shipyard‘s 20th anniversary in September 2022, the 30XP has already garnered significant attention, with five units sold before the scheduled launch of the first unit in spring 2024. Notably, the 30XP marks a milestone as the first Numarine model to offer diesel-electric propulsion.
Renowned designer Can Yalman has left his mark on both the exteriors and interiors of the 30XP. Overall, the yacht features a raised pilothouse design, chosen for its efficient use of space. Alongside the standard interior, Numarine collaborates with Istanbul-based Ofist Design Studio to offer an alternative interior version.
Numarine’s founder, Ömer Malaz, sheds light on the inspiration behind the 30XP’s interiors: “Being our first diesel-electric yacht, we drew inspiration from a sustainable, Scandinavian design aesthetic emphasizing simplicity, minimalism, and functionality—providing a sense of home even in the vastness of the sea.”
Customizable Layout and Outdoor Connectivity
The 30XP’s layout is adaptable to individual owner preferences, offering ample space for open-air dining on the aft deck and the covered sundeck. Emphasizing a strong connection with the outdoors, Malaz notes, “Enjoying natural light inside and immersing oneself in the surrounding scenery is integral to the design. You should relish being inside the yacht as much as being outdoors.”
Standout features include a private balcony accessed from the master suite, an office space with full-sized windows, and a semi-open beach club with generous headroom. Three fold-down platforms extend the deck space in the beach club to 43 square meters, complemented by a side-loading tender bay for a tender of up to 6.25 meters.
Luxurious Accommodations and Hybrid Propulsion
Accommodating up to 10 guests in 5 ensuite staterooms, the 30XP offers a master suite with floor-to-ceiling windows, an optional fold-out balcony, and stunning sea views. Moreover, the yacht can host up to five crew members.
The 30XP’s power source includes a diesel-electric hybrid propulsion system or a conventional twin 560-hp MAN engine, reaching a maximum speed of approximately 13 knots and a cruising speed of 11 knots. Thus, with an estimated range of 3000 nautical miles at 11 knots, the 30XP combines luxury with efficiency.
Numarine, currently delivering twelve yachts annually, is expanding its portfolio to seven models with the 30XP. Overall, the Istanbul-based shipyard is set to increase production with a new waterside facility in the coming years, signalling a bold step forward in luxury yacht manufacturing.
(Numarine Unveils Interior of 30XP Model Set for 2024 Launch – barchemagazine.com – Novemeber 2023)