Turkish yacht builder Numarine presented a new 32-meter, 234 ton motor yacht called Marla. Boat International described it as the first ever explorer of the company.
Numarine’s executives believe that this project will help to expand the Turkish shipyards’ services around the globe mainly because this project is not a standard one. A simple user interface helps to operate this vessel without any assistance, which would be necessary otherwise. The yachts’s captain claims that it was extremely easy to get to know how to navigate it. Moreover, it is very easy to learn how yacht’s systems works. For this reason, the captain runs the yacht alone, with no help from an engineer.
Not only technical specifications worth to be revealed. The exterior looks very modern and unique. However, it has a bigger worth than only esthetical purpose. The shape is constructive to the internal volumes. “We came up with a solution that was to flare the bow at an angle after the vertical, creating a knuckle form that emphasises the strong overall aesthetic and widens the interior cabin. This shape also helps with water flow in waves, making a drier running hull form.”
Can Yalman, Marla’s exterior designer, says that it was a trial to transform a new Numarine vessel into a more beefy, vigorous and sharper.
The vessel handles noise and vibrations to the lowest amount. As such, its “cabin surroundings are disconnected from the ship structure. And box-in-box construction is a unique feature for this size yacht”.
Superyacht Marla is very convenient for the night journeys, designers paid enough of attention to overnight passages. The lights together with this extraordinary shape easily helps to differentiate the vessel among others.
The total capacity contains 3,550 square feet over decks. Missoni Home, B&B Italia and Tom Dixon took care of modern and stylish interior.
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