Turkey’s Numarine recently delivered the sixth unit of its flagship 102 RPH superyacht with 2015 restyling. The latest delivery, says Numarine, incorporates a number of evolutionary changes as well as some custom requirements at the request of its new owner.
“The face-lifted 102 RPH has not only improved aesthetically, with its new window treatment, the fantastic panoramic hardtop, and almost 60sq m of flybridge, but also beneath the surface,” says Numarine sales and marketing director Antonio Caviglia.
“Thanks to a repositioning of the crew quarters and the engine room, we have improved the yacht’s performance, increased the size of the crew area, and with the additional implementation of state-of-the-art soundproofing techniques and materials, we have achieved incredibly low levels of noise, vibration and harshness.”
This sixth delivery of the 102 RPH features fully re-worked glazing to the hull sides, which has dramatically enhanced her exterior appearance whilst allowing an extra daylight into the interior.
A major modification has also been made to the crew accommodation and engine room by switching the configuration around. The crew accommodation is now larger and more centrally located and the engine room is much further aft, resulting in a very quiet ride. It has a maximum speed approaching 30kt.
Exterior design was by Design Studio Spadolini, with naval architecture by Umberto Tagliavini. Numarine’s long-term design partner Can Yalman created the interior design.