Two new NY24 boats: Bit of Blue and Sea Salt
NY24, day cruiser with an unmistakable design, synonymous with craftsmanship and Made in Italy design, convinces both the national and international markets.
Nerea Yacht continues its growth path and announces the sale of two new NY24 Deluxe yachts, built to perfection and always with the made-to-measure approach that is the hallmark of this young brand.
NY24 Bit of Blue, already launched and tested in the Adriatic Sea, is intended for an Italian owner, will therefore remain in the national territory, whereas NY24 Sea Salt – both in the Deluxe version – is currently going through the last stage of construction and will be delivered next May, to reach the Croatian coasts.
The two sales represent the achievement of another important milestone for the boat boutique of Dario Messina, approaching the market on tiptoe but with very clear ideas, thanks to an experience as a craftsman rather than as an entrepreneur, with very specific goal: to offer, to the most attentive and demanding owners, yacht highly distinguishable for their clean and timeless design, with attention to the smallest details, thanks to a careful selection of materials, a functionality that translates into ease of use and outstanding performance.
Despite the anomalous and unpredictable year, Nerea Yacht has shown courage and determination, investing its resources both in building sheds, to improve production capacity, and in research, design and development of new ideas that, in part, we can already see concretely in the two boats ready for delivery; other interesting news, concerning the development of the range and the use of cutting-edge and eco-sustainable materials, will instead be revealed shortly, always with the aim of satisfying sea lovers looking for unique and tailor-made creations.
NY24 Bit of Blue presents a combination of warm and extremely elegant colours, which perfectly match the natural tone of the teak that covers the walkways: a highly sought-after shade of pearl blue envelops the lines of the hull and superstructure, while a particular Terra di Siena colour characterizes the external cushions in eco-leather. The same ecological leather upholstery is also repeated in the cabin for some elements such as the backrest of the sofa and the central section of the ceiling, in combination with the light and soft fabric chosen for the seat cushions. For the interiors, the combination of textures is completed by another precious and avant-garde material, which perfectly matches the craftsmanship of the shipyard, chosen by Nerea Yacht for the finishes: Oltremateria, an eco-friendly oil-based coating material, the result of careful technological research, fireproof and breathable as well as recyclable and free of toxic substances for humans.
Even the technology is always part of this project and must be within the reach of a Nerea owner; thus, boat automation has been added on board the Bit of Blue unit, which allows all the control systems to be integrated into the dashboard display, with the same controls being sent back to a tablet or smartphone … in short, everything is at owner’s fingertips.
NY24 Sea Salt, on the other hand, offers an apparently simpler and more sporty look, with a classic optical white livery for the external surfaces that gently match the warm shade of natural teak and the two-tone white and sand eco-leather cushions. But the particularity of the steel accessories on deck, matt black painted, give the day cruiser an attractive and very modern look. The combination of finishes is completed by the highly versatile use of oleo-material by Oltremateria which in this case also covers the carter of the cabin entrance hatch giving a truly harmonious appearance to the whole. For the interior finishes, the same materials used in the exterior have been re-proposed with the addition of a soft and light fabric for the sofa, to create a bright and very welcoming environment.
Nerea Yacht will be among the protagonists of the next edition of the Venice Boat Show which will take place at the Arsenale from 29 May to 6 June.
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