Numarine’s flagship, M/Y Marla – a 32.5-metre superyacht and unit #1 of the new 32XP Series – was recently delivered to her owner.
M/Y Marla is a perfect example of a compact explorer yacht. While being just under the limit of 300 GT category, she is incredibly spacious. She accommodates up to 12 guests and is ready for long cruises thanks to her proven hull and ample storage facilities. The main deck of the 32XP offers a generous cockpit that also provides for a comfortable stern sunpad area right behind the couch seating. An expansive salon leads to a lobby area with a day heads and a separate gym on the starboard side, and then to a full-beam forward master cabin with more than 30 square metres of space and separate his and hers bathrooms sharing a very generous central shower.
A fully functional kitchen with four full-height refrigerators links to the salon via a pantry area and to the crew quarters below, connected to the external portside passage with a crew-dedicated entrance, all to allow the highest standard of service on board and maximum guest privacy.
Below decks, the layout offers two VIP cabins mid-ship and a pair of double cabins, all with ensuite bathrooms. On the upper deck, a truly phenomenal owner’s cabin with over 40 square meters of living space, including a large walk-in closet and generous owner’s bathroom, opens up via sliding doors to the incredibly large upper deck. Forward of the wheelhouse there is a large couch area with bimini and cocktail table and two extensive sunpad areas, while the flybridge offers 60 square metres of entertainment space that includes three couches, a 12-person dining table, two large sundae areas, a fully-fitted bar, and three navigation seats around a secondary helm station.
The yacht’s interior has been fully customised to include a multitude of luxurious materials, including various marbles, woods, leather, brass. The level of comfort on board is spectacular, and special attention has been paid to reduction of noise and vibration using modern technologies – even when Marla is running, the noise level on board does not exceed 45 decibels.