The boat will be presented during the next Cannes Yachting Festival. A mix of modern design, references to the world of sports cars, and details from the nautical tradition
by Massimo Longoni
Nerea Yacht’s new boat has a distinctly sporty soul, the hull was designed by Zuccheri Yacht Design to ensure good sailing performance even in rough seas. Alessio Battistini and Davide Bernardini from IdeaeITALIA were once again in charge of the design of this second model from the Marche-based yard.
A boat that truly represents the uniqueness and interprets the individuality of each ship owner thanks to its wide customisation options and the choice of innovative and eco-friendly materials, such as Oleomalta by Oltremateria, used for both interior and exterior surfaces. It will be available in an open or T-Top version. Moreover, the motorization offers both sterndrive and outboard engines.
The multifunctional platform, created in collaboration with Besenzoni, features a large fixed section and three additional steps that can be moved up or down.
Among the distinctive features of the new model is the Cosmo multifunctional platform, designed in collaboration with Besenzoni. It features a large fixed portion and three additional steps that can be moved up or down to ensure wide elevation, ease guests’ descent onto the dock, and ensure comfortable access into the water for a playful swim in the sea.
Alessio Battistini and Davide Bernardini of IdeaeITALIA studio signed the design.
The interiors have a dual layout with a shipowners’ cabin in the bow and a cabin with twin beds in the stern, or forward dinette with a C-shaped sofa and central table, which can be converted into a double bed if necessary, and a cabin with a French bed in the stern and large storage unit.
Zuccheri Yacht Design (naval architecture) • Alessio Battistini and Davide Bernardini, IdeaeITALIA (interior and exterior design)
LOA 12.19m • Maximum beam 4m • Draft 1.10m • Dry weight 8,000 kg • Fuel tank volume 940 l • Water tank volume 330 l • Maximum power rated 3×450 hp
(Preview NY40 Nerea Yacht – Barchemagazine.com – May 2022)