Stronger, faster, better... Ömer Malazs' mission to create a motor yacht designed to provide unrivalled performance and comfort when cruising the world's two thirds led to the birth of Numarine.
"From my own experience spending leisure time with my family on board various types of motoryachts, I always felt there was something missing, I was always wanting more and our needs were never satisfied."
Could we go where we wanted when we wanted? Did we have everything we needed for extended time aboard? Could we entertain in space and comfort with all the provisions we would need? Were my family safe and comfortable? The answer always came back as no.
Out of this list of desires and the fact they were left unfulfilled, the vision to create the perfect motoryacht came about and Numarine was born.
To create a company that would stand out and deliver on the mission set down right at the start, exhaustive research led to a set of conclusions that would subsequently be delivered and upheld, conclusions that formed the core of what we are today.
Our yachts had to be of the highest quality in order to compete in a saturated market place so only the best componentry could be used.
In order to deliver on the performance, economy and range requirements, we had to save weight so inspiration was taken from the aviation and racing industries where intelligent material choices were resulting in extreme weight saving also delivered unrivalled strength and ride comfort therefore vacuum infusion and composites were to be the only choice capable of delivering on our promise.
We would outfit our yachts with an abundance of amenities and convenience features as standard and we would offer our clients the ability to customize so as to deliver on their exacting requirements.
With our mission set out and its deliverance achievable, a purpose built facility was created, the latest technological manufacturing techniques were refined, a team of the best craftsmen, engineers and designers were assembled, and partnerships were formed with the industry's leading vendors.
I was still relatively young but remember taking a speed boat out when the weather and waters were very rough and we pounded through the waves only to see how fast and how far we could fly.