Hull one, also known as Dolce Vita, was delivered to a European client and hull two was delivered to Hong Kong says Turkish superyacht builder Numarine. Both interior and exterior design for the hulls were delivered by Can Yalman and featured a distinctive sporty exterior.
Speaking about the hardtop design, Yalman commented, “The Numarine HT design language involves gill shaped glass elements in the superstructure. Previously we have used this in the ceiling panels, but in the 105HT this has been taken to the extreme and the complete side glass has this gilled, scaled structure emphasising the power within.”
The outdoor spaces on board the 105HT include a large bow lounge seating area and aft deck dinette. The main saloon can then be opened up to the aft deck using sliding doors, to connect indoor and outdoor spaces.
Naval architecture was completed for Numarine by Umberto Tagliavani. He said, “The primary aim when we designed the new 105HT was to create a high performance hull shape with maximum possible comfort, even when sea conditions are not ideal.”
“The chined hull forward has a pronounced V, letting the bow pierce the waves relatively easily, giving the yacht a very comfortable ride. To improve the hull, obviously with the help of the yard, I have always taken out the yachts for trials in rough conditions to better understand how to improve handling in difficult conditions.”
Accommodation is available for eight guests in three en-suite cabins, with a full-beam master stateroom. There is also crew accommodation for up to five staff.
The 105HT vessels are powered by two 1,925hp CAT C32 engines, able to reach a top speed of 31 knots, and a maximum cruising range of 500nm at 26 knots.