Made in Italy: NY24 from Nerea Yacht awaits debut at Boot Dusseldorf

New shipyard Yacht Nerea officially presented at the boat show in Dusseldorf their first “swallow” day cruiser NY24.

NY24 is a boat with a length of 7.35 meters, which, like the vast majority of day cruisers are suitable for use as a tender for megayachts. It reminds Barche a Motore, this type of boat is the most popular in the Mediterranean.

The idea was to create a small open boat, 100% made in Italy.

The project was realized thanks to the two Ligurian designers Alessio Battistini (Battistini Alessio) and Davide Bernardini (Davide Bernardini) from the Studio IdeaeITALIA, who has previously worked with Wider Yachts on the superyacht Bartali and Cecilia. New, despite its compact size, will not leave indifferent those who prefer to admire the lines of the body. NY24 style can be described as both traditional and modern. Tradition meets teak on deck and swimming platform for the present — angled windshield. All other details will be known at the time of the January debut.

Nerea Yacht — recently founded by the Italian shipyard, managed Dario Messina (Dario Messina), a man with twenty years of experience in shipbuilding. Her “base” is located on the coast of the Adriatic sea, near the ancient city of Fano. This region is home to many other yacht builders.

Nerea Yacht wants to position itself as a “boutique boat”, which each boat becomes a unique piece.

The designers say that NY24 is designed specifically for those customers who like to customize their tenders or boats. For example, you can order aft sofa U-shape, a semicircle covering the area and cocktail table. Regardless of colors and materials, daily cruiser must remain elegant looking.

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