Numarine 78 Fly

The Numarine 78 Fly was designed to "avoid the sea of sameness," but she was also built for a career as a charter yacht.

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The Numarine 78 Fly is at once striking, but as you really take in her lines you discover she’s also a well proportioned and sleek 78-footer.Courtesy Numarine
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Powered with twin 1,150 hp Caterpillar C18 diesels, this yacht makes a comfortable cruise speed of 24.1 knots and hits a top hop of 29.5 knots.Courtesy Numarine
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Whether it’s relaxing on the foredeck lounge or kicking back on the flying bridge, sun worshippers have myriad options for bronzing onboard the Numarine 78 Fly.Courtesy Numarine
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An optional cabana-style cover can shade that foredeck seating when you’re looking to sit and read that book in the late afternoon.Courtesy Numarine
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While this 78 Fly shows the davit for a tender aft on the flying bridge aft, the owner of our test vessel opted to put a Jacuzzi tub here. You could, too.Courtesy Numarine
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Just raise the blinds on those long side windows to flood natural light over the shoulders of that portside C-shape settee. Note the flat-screen TV across from it.Courtesy Numarine
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Because our Numarine 78 Fly was to be used for charter service her galley was closed, but an open galley is an option. It’s quite contemporary looking, too.Courtesy Numarine
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Her amidships master takes full advantage of this vessel’s 19-foot beam. That settee looks like a cozy place to watch the sea pass by during that extended cruise.Courtesy Numarine
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The Numarine 78 Fly is equipped with four staterooms, so there’s even room for the largest of cruising families (and their friends). Here’s the starboard-side athwartships guest berth for two.Courtesy Numarine
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This forepeak VIP features an ensuite head, sports sizable headroom and receives ample ambient light from those windows flanking the berth.Courtesy Numarine