Nuova Jolly Marine Prince 38 CC
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Nuova Jolly Marine is ready to join the main international boat shows next September. The Bussero-based company will indeed take part to the Cannes Yachting Festival first and the Genoa International Boat Show immediately after, which represent two essential appointments for a brand that manufactures in Italy and exports in France.

The first appointment will take place from 12th to 17th September, when the French event will enable Nuova Jolly to present the new Prince 33 Sport Cabin. Nuova Jolly Prince 33 Sport Cabin

This sporty cabin-equipped boat, already exhibited in worldwide previeW at Paris Boat Show last December, finds in its large central deckhouse the basic aspect of the concept, which astonishes for its considerable balance between design and volumes.

In Cannes, Nuova Jolly Marine will also take the Prince 30, the Prince 28 Sport Cabin, the 38 CC and the 43 CC. All boats share a common attention to ability and a deep V-shaped Hi-Power hull that ensures great seaworthiness.

Furthermore, the company leaves a lot of room for the owner’s taste, offering many customization possibilities and a wide range of optionals.

In the days before the French event, we will have the opportunity to test the Prince 43 CC, an important rib whose details, of course, will be unveiled in these pages after our sea trial. Prince 43

However, the largest number of boats will be exhibited at the Genoa International Boat Show, also thanks to the participation of some partners.

The Suzuki’s stand, in fact, will host the Prince 28 Sport Cabin powered by a 350 engine while Honda will exhibit the Prince 23 Cabin, equipped with an engine of the brand, of course.

At its stand, Nuova Jolly Marine will host 4 models: the Prince 25, the Prince 30 and the Prince 33 Sport Cabin, all powered by Mercury Marine motors, in addition to a Prince 38 CC equipped with a very powerful Verado 400 Carbon engine.

The exhibition of the latest NJ model, the entry level of the brand, is not on the agenda.

The first NJ700 will enjoy its worldwide debut only at Paris Boat Show next December.

So, a double appointment that both Italian and French importers won’t certainly fail to join.

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