Turkish yard Numarine has unveiled its latest flagship superyacht concept: the 45XP superyacht. With both exterior and interior design by Can Yalman - the yard's repeat design partner - the vessel features naval architecture by the Italian studio, Umberto Tagliavini.
The largest yacht concept to be released by the yard to date, the 45-metre 45XP superyacht sports a design recognisable from Numarine's current models, 26XP and 32XP but on a larger scale, and is ready to be built, according to Numarine.
Designed as an explorer vessel to take her guests anywhere in the world in luxury and comfort, the 45XP would be built in GRP, with a gross tonnage of 498 GT and a layout across three decks which makes the most of her generous 9.25-metre beam.
Thanks to her twin C32 Caterpillar 1300 HP engines, the 45XP superyacht would be able to reach a top speed of 16 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots.