Numarine recently launched its 105 HT, with the first two hulls already sold. The aggressively styled performance yacht is the new flagship in the builder’s four-model hardtop line ranging from 60 to 105 feet length overall.
The 105 HT is standard with twin 1,925 mhp Caterpillar C32s, but twin 2,400 hp MTU 16V2000M93s are optional. Spinning five-blade NAB bronze propellers, the Cats reportedly provide a top speed of 30 knots and a 26-knot cruise speed.
To ensure the Numarine 105 HT can handle the rigors of bluewater duty, her fiberglass hull is built via vacuum infusion with PVC foam core, which is used to save weight. Longitudinal stringers and transverse bulkheads further strengthen the vessel, adding rigidity.
The yacht’s four-stateroom layout has a full-beam master with great vistas out the hullside windows. Forward of the master, two guest staterooms to port and starboard feature king-size berths set athwartships. A forepeak guest stateroom has twin berths. There is also a crew cabin for two and a captain’s cabin.
Open defines the salon space, stretching from the cockpit’s sliding doors to the unobstructed floorplan all the way to the lower helm station forward of the formal dining table. The wood floor’s planking running fore-to-aft helps to stretch the feel of the room. Elongated windows on the superstructure add a sense of light and space in the salon.
Entertainment spaces are also abundant on the aft deck, foredeck lounge and flybridge, which also features a teak-topped bar and a second helm station.
For performance-yacht enthusiasts looking for something a little bigger, maybe the Numarine 105 HT should be on your shortlist.