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Numarine's 62Fly shows spacious yachts can come in small packages

Numarine's 62Fly shows spaciou...
The Numarine FLY62
The Numarine FLY62
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Each cabin on the 62FLY has its own bathroom
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Each cabin on the 62FLY has its own bathroom
Space was forefront of mind when designing the 62FLY
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Space was forefront of mind when designing the 62FLY
The interior of the 62FLY is more spacious because of the engines used
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The interior of the 62FLY is more spacious because of the engines used
The interior of the 62FLY has been finished in leather, wood, glass and stainless steel 
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The interior of the 62FLY has been finished in leather, wood, glass and stainless steel 
The interior of the 62FLY 
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The interior of the 62FLY 
The galley in the 62FLY has space to prepare a buffet 
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The galley in the 62FLY has space to prepare a buffet 
The 62FLY has been designed to look and feel bright inside
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The 62FLY has been designed to look and feel bright inside
The roof of the 62FLY is a great spot to watch the sunset
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The roof of the 62FLY is a great spot to watch the sunset
NuMarine is based in Turkey
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NuMarine is based in Turkey
The shape of the 62FLY borrows from bigger NuMarine boats
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The shape of the 62FLY borrows from bigger NuMarine boats
The rear of the Numarine 62FLY
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The rear of the Numarine 62FLY
The 62FLY has three cabins below deck 
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The 62FLY has three cabins below deck 
Windows down by the water line are designed to deliver a panoramic view from the main cabin 
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Windows down by the water line are designed to deliver a panoramic view from the main cabin 
The materials on the 62FLY have all been chosen to look and feel high quality
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The materials on the 62FLY have all been chosen to look and feel high quality
The cabin of the  62FLY uses quality materials to feel expensive 
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The cabin of the  62FLY uses quality materials to feel expensive 
Numarine has borrowed plenty from its bigger yachts in the 62FLY
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Numarine has borrowed plenty from its bigger yachts in the 62FLY
The big windows in the main cabin make for a light, airy feeling in the 62FLY
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The big windows in the main cabin make for a light, airy feeling in the 62FLY
The 62FLY has two Volvo pod engines for maximum space in the cabin 
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The 62FLY has two Volvo pod engines for maximum space in the cabin 
There are a range of options for the engines in the 62FLY 
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There are a range of options for the engines in the 62FLY 
Volvo engines were chosen for their efficiency and quiet running in the 62FLY 
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Volvo engines were chosen for their efficiency and quiet running in the 62FLY 
The Numarine 62FLY will debut in Cannes 
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The Numarine 62FLY will debut in Cannes 
Numarine has big windows on the 62FLY for a light, airy feeling 
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Numarine has big windows on the 62FLY for a light, airy feeling 
There are three cabins below deck in the Numarine 62FLY 
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There are three cabins below deck in the Numarine 62FLY 
Measuring up at 62 feet long, the 62FLY is a smaller yacht than the rest of the Numarine range 
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Measuring up at 62 feet long, the 62FLY is a smaller yacht than the rest of the Numarine range 
The windows of the Numarine 62FLY are there to try and make the cabin feel light and airy 
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The windows of the Numarine 62FLY are there to try and make the cabin feel light and airy 
The Numarine FLY62
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The Numarine FLY62
Numarine will be launching the 62FLY in September 
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Numarine will be launching the 62FLY in September 
The Numarine 62FLY takes to the seas 
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The Numarine 62FLY takes to the seas 
The most luxurious bedroom in the 62FLY yacht
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The most luxurious bedroom in the 62FLY yacht

It might not have the dimensions of a superyacht, but Numarine has done its best to ensure those cruising the high seas (or bobbing in a Mediterranean port) on its 62-foot (19 m) 62Fly yacht won't feel cramped for space, thanks to high ceilings throughout giving the interior a spacious and airy feel.

Maximizing space was clearly front of mind for Numarine's designer Can Yalman. All three guest cabins have been designed with plenty of storage along with their own roomy bathrooms. And it's not just the guests that will have plenty of room to stretch out, with even the engine room sporting a high enough ceiling for people to stand up straight in. With its big windows, the owner's suite that stretches the full 16.8-ft (5.1-m) beam of the yacht has been designed to offer brilliant views at water level.

The interior has been kitted out predominantly in glass, leather and stainless steel for a clean, modern look. With that said, Numarine has also tried to make the 62Fly more than just a pretty face – the galley has space to prepare and serve a big lunch buffet. Adding to the airy feel is the ability to open hatches in the windows and electrically lowering the side windows in the main saloon to let air circulate through the yacht.

The galley in the 62FLY has space to prepare a buffet 
The galley in the 62FLY has space to prepare a buffet 

The 62Fly's foam-cored, vacuum infused structure helps keep noise and vibrations down while on the move under power from the two Volvo Penta IPS950 engines, which are good for a 31-knot (57 km/h or 36 mph) top speed and a 26-knot (48 km/h or 30 mph) cruising speed. That's a bit down on what the slightly larger Azimut Yachts' S7 can manage, but Numarine says performance has been dialed back to minimize fuel costs and maximize reliability.

The decision to use Volvo IPS engines also came down to – you guessed it – space. The smaller engines allowed the fitment of a bigger fuel tank, which helps bump the cruising range up to 375 nautical miles (432 mi, 695 km). They also deliver a 30 percent drop in fuel consumption, 50 percent less noise and a 40 percent longer range than rival pod drive engines. Should you want a bit more power, there are Volvo Penta IPS1200 engines on offer, while shaft drive powertrains from MAN and Volvo are also on the options list.

"With the 62Fly, and the upcoming 62HT, I continued the evolution of Numarine's signature silhouette, emphasizing taught muscular lines in a sleek profile that incorporates extensive glazing for maximum transparency with surprisingly generous interior volumes found usually on larger boats," says Numarine designer Can Yalman.

The 62Fly will make its debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival this September. In the meantime, you can check it out in the video below.

Source: NuMarine

Numarine 62 FLY

1 comment
BlueOak
No doubt, a wonderfully light, airy, and beautiful boat. But "small packages"? A 62 footer? "Small" in whose eyes??? So a hundred footer would be a "medium package" and a 150 footer would be a "large package"?