Being focused on long sailings, the yacht “reflects the beach-club lifestyle.”
Based in Turkey, the shipyard Numarine presented a new line of Mediterranean Explorer yachts. The first two vessels, 40MXP, have already been sold, with delivery scheduled for 2025.
Evolved from the 37XP, the new model features an extended aft deck and glass pool. The Mediterranean Explorer is 39 meters long, two meters longer than its predecessor. In place of the beach club and garage, she has a full-width swimming platform with easy access to the ocean.
Her builders call her a "true global explorer." She is capable of traveling up to 6,000 miles at 8 knots. Umberto Tagliavini designed the optimized hull shape.
The Mediterranean Explorer 40MXP, while focused on long-distance sailing, "reflects the beach club lifestyle. The yacht can accommodate twelve guests in six cabins. Turkey's Can help Yalman studio has designed the interior of the ship. The aft deck features additional space for alfresco dining, a bar and lounge area, and a pool with a glass transom and retractable awning.
“The new aft section of the yacht offers owners an additional way to enjoy all that our XP yachts have to offer – it’s the perfect getaway when you just want to relax with family and friends by the water,” commented Emer Malaz, Chairman of the Board of Numarine.