Turkish boatbuilder Numarine has received its sixth order for the company’s flagship 102ft raised pilothouse superyacht.

With production already well under way, the latest order incorporates several evolutionary changes along with a number of custom requirements at the request of the yacht’s owner. It is scheduled for delivery in March 2015.

Numarine launched the first 102 superyacht in 2007 and has since completed four further orders. The sixth order features fully re-worked glazing to the hull sides, enhancing its exterior appearance while allowing more 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.

Further forward on the same level is the owner’s suite with near panoramic views, thanks to the unique curved glazing. Four guest cabins on the lower deck also benefit from an abundance of natural light.

Exterior design was performed by Design Studio Spadolini, with naval architecture by Umberto Tagliavini. Numarine’s long-term design partner, Can Yalman, created the interior design.

Numarine has the capacity to build up to 50 performance motoryachts per year from 55ft-130ft. The company, which was founded by Ömer Malaz in 2002, operates from a 35,000sq ft facility in Istanbul, Turkey.