Summer cruiser

Numarine’s new 62 Hardtop model is the perfect cruising partner this summer

The Turkish shipyard Numarine has recently launched its 62 Hardtop yacht, which it describes as a boundary-breaking boat that uses “freshness, comfort and cheer”as the guidelines for its design.

Measuring in at 19.16 metres with a 5.15-metre beam, the Numarine 62 Hardtop features the same bold styling common to the entire shipyard’s family line of products, with a sportive design that respects the exceptional on-board space available to the owner. Ample open areas and brightly lit interiors define Numarine’s traditional and characteristic layout.


While the vessel is certainly eye-catching, the 62 Hardtop also supports contemporary European design lines with some practicality. The yacht features a large cockpit, wide walk-around decks and an especially accommodating sunken bow seating area.


The three guest cabins are well-fitted with plenty of storage space and each has its own bathroom. The rooms are much larger than one would expect on a boat of this size. The full-beam owner’s suite, with its large picture windows at water level that fill the cabin full of light, offers a breath-taking view for those lazing in bed (165 cm wide). The décor of the interior is clean and warmly minimalist, relying heavily on the use of glass, leather and stainless steel to give it a contemporary feel. The leather-covered interior hand and holding rails are pleasing to touch and provide a firm grip when the sea is choppy.


Additionally, the yacht allows fresh air to circulate throughout the boat thanks to hatches in the windows and the option to electrically lower the forward side windows in the main saloon, a welcome feature for those wanting to escape air-conditioned interiors.