Numarine has unveiled the Scandinavian-inspired interiors of its latest model, the 30XP, for the first time. After first revealing the explorer model to mark the shipyard’s 20thanniversary in September 2022, it has already proven popular, with five units sold ahead of the slated launch of the first unit in spring 2024. The 30XP also boasts the accolade of being the first Numarine model to feature the option of diesel-electric propulsion.
As with previously launched Numarine models, Can Yalman is the primary designer for both the exteriors and interiors of the 30XP yacht, with its raised pilothouse design chosen for its highly efficient use of volume. Alongside the standard version of the 30XP, a version of the interior will also be offered which has been created in collaboration with the Istanbul-based Ofist Design Studio.
Numarine founder and chairman Omer Malaz reveals more about the concept behind the30XP’s interiors. “As the 30XP will be our first diesel-electric yacht, we were inspired by a sustainable, Scandinavian design aesthetic which prioritises simplicity, minimalism and functionality. We want to offer the feeling of being at home even when you are far out at sea.
” With the exact layout of the 30XP able to be adapted to suit the requirements of individual owners, there is ample room for open air dining on the aft deck as well as on the covered sundeck. The yacht’s design prioritises creating a strong connection with the outdoors, as Malaz highlights. “Having lots of natural light inside and being able to enjoy the surrounding scenery is an integral part of the design. We believe that you need to enjoy being inside the yacht as much as being outdoors.”
Alongside the private balcony accessed via the master suite which is the perfect spot for enjoying the serenity of surrounding bays, other stand-out areas on board the 30XP include her master cabin office space. This features a generous study desk facing full-sized windows for the ultimate peaceful working environment. In addition, guests can also enjoy the generous headroom of her semi-open beach club in the stern, which has been achieved braising the deck above to create a dedicated lounging area located just three steps above main deck level.