A Rich Report Review Of The Numarine 22XP

A Rich Report Review Of The Numarine 22XP
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An alfresco entertainment area of 980 square feet is created by the foredeck, flybridge, and cockpit.

Turkish boatbuilder Numarine celebrated its 20th anniversary this year by building small motoryachts as an alternative to larger European brands. Opens, hardtop expresses, and flybridge yachts were well-built and nicely engineered during those early years. After using his own boats extensively with his family for many years, the company's founder Omer Malaz felt that his tastes were changing. This was also the feeling of some of his most valuable clients.

The Numarine 26XP, an all-composite explorer, was launched in 2018, followed by the 32XP and 37XP, made of steel composite. With 74 feet overall length, the Numarine 22XP is the smallest offering in the line. It's an all-composite range opener. Can Yalman designed the exterior and interior, while Umberto Tagliavini designed the naval architecture.

In keeping with tradition, the Numarine 22XP is sure to be well received. There have been 160 motoryachts built by the builder from 52 to 121 feet in length, of which 25 have been XP trawler-explorers. The order for another 20 is expected to be fulfilled by 2024.

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An upscale interior is created by light-tone furniture, dark woods, and glass.

On the exterior, the 22XP has all the hallmarks of a trawler explorer: an imposing bow, sturdy bulwarks, generous side decks, an almost square transom, and a forward-raking bridge. As well as the yacht amenities of a 170-square-foot foredeck terrace and a 260-square-foot cockpit protected by the 550-square-foot flybridge, there is a 170-square-foot cockpit terrace. There's a sunbathing area on the pilothouse roof and a hardtop covering the helm area.

There is a lot of light and brightness inside the 22XP. Aft of the galley and dining area is the traditional layout of the salon, which includes flanking sofas aft. A total of 400 square feet of space is devoted to the salon. With picture windows on both sides, you can enjoy splendid views of the sides. There are blackened oak veneers, white satin lacquer, and planked soles in the decor. Sequoia stone makes up the dining table.

Under a chunky-mullioned windshield to port, the lower helm is accessed by a raised, L-shaped bench seat. As a result, driving duties are kept separate from the main guest areas. Access to the outside is quick and easy via the side-deck door to starboard.

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This overhead view shows the 22XP's beam extending forward, increasing the interior volume.

Staterooms with en suite bathrooms are located below decks on the ship. The master bedroom has a floor area of 215 square feet and a headroom of 6'9" amidships aft. There is a head-to-toe twin, a port-side twin, a starboard-side double, and a port-side twin on the bow. In three-bedroom options, the master bedroom is slightly larger, but the guest rooms lose their great views.

Two crew members can be accommodated in the crew quarters through a transom door and four steps. The engine room is spacious and well designed, and it has a mini mess and utility area. Here you will find an engine room with a spacious and well-designed engine room, a mini mess, and a utility room. A few tweaks to the layout would probably allow for a third crew member to be accommodated.

Tenders live on a hydraulic swim platform on the 22XP, which does not have a garage. According to the manufacturer, the net capacity is about 2,200 pounds.

The 22XP is available in displacement and planing versions, with displacement versions historically being the most popular. It is the same split-mold tooling for both versions of the hull, despite having different inserts for adjusting bottom shapes. In the displacement version, there are small bow bulbs included.

Zach Sean (@probszachsean) is a contributor for TIRED. He writes nothing, but thinks a lot about eating, Spider-Man, and The Legend of Zelda. Zach likes long walkies, is mostly potty-trained, and plays well with others (most of the time).

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