NY40: world premiere at the next Cannes Yachting Festival!
NEREA YACHT PRESENTS ITS NEW MODEL: NY40, THE PERFECT BALANCE BETWEEN NAUTICAL TRADITION AND TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION
A new project born from the fil rouge between the nautical tradition of powerboats, attention to detail and continuous research aimed at proposing avant-garde solutions.
The V-shaped hull, with its sporty and elegant character, was designed by engineer Maurizio Zuccheri (Zuccheri Yacht Design), while the sophisticated and refined design is by Alessio Battistini and Davide Bernardini (IDEAEITALIA).
The materials used are of high quality and respect the Made in Italy tradition. A great refinement that has led to cutting-edge selections, sometimes even from a green perspective, without ever renouncing design and refinement.
NY40 can be configured with inboard engines – with stern foot – or with outboard engines, with T-Top or without, thus becoming a pure open.
An overall length of 12.19 m is perfect for cruising with friends and family. Indeed, the NY40 is able to take between 10 and 14 people on board and accommodate up to four people for several days, considering the sleeping accommodation.
Even below deck the configuration can be dual; in addition to the bathroom, in fact, the aft cabin can have two single beds or a French bed, while in the bow the configuration features a master cabin or a dinette with a sofa at side, convertible into two beds.
A yacht with a strong character that allows for great performance, thanks to 35 knots of cruising and 40 knots of top speed.
The result is an iconic model, created thanks to an accurate study of proportions, similar to classical works of art, unique for their formal balance, the play of light and shadow and the harmony of all the elements.
NY24 on Nautical TG n. 25 of BoatMag
Nerea Yacht aims at the world of luxury with NY24, a 7.5-meter craft perfect as a tender for large superyachts, but also as a day cruiser for those looking for a stylish boat, to moor in front of their villa at the sea or the lake. Find it out in the Nautical TG n. 25 of BoatMag.