Nuova Jolly Marine NJ 700 XL
Nuova Jolly Marine NJ 700 XL

Nuova Jolly Marine at the Genoa Boat Show

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Seaworthiness and reliability: these are the main features that has always distinguished Nuova Jolly Marine. The well-known shipyard of Milan, which has been innovating and manufacturing elegant performing boats since 1961, joins the Genoa International Boat Show with an absolute premiere: the Prince 33 CC.

But there’s more. Visitors, indeed, can also admire the NJ 700 XL , the NJ 630 XL, the Prince 25 Comfort, the Prince 30 and the Prince 38 CC.

NJ 630 XL and NJ 700 XL

nuova jolly 700xl
NJ 700 XL

The NJ 630 XL and the NJ 700 XL feature a clever use of spaces, now optimized to offer the best possible comfort level on board. The bow section of the NJ 700 XL is a clear example of this: in addition to a large sunbathing platform, the shipyard has arranged a V-shaped seat and a retractable table that can accommodate up to six guests, transforming this area into a true dinette. During our sea trial, we were impressed by the high reliability level of this boat.

The NJ 630 XL, instead, is fitted with a hull that is specially designed to offer the best possible comfort even at low speed. This model is completed by an astern locker with gas springs, a self-draining deck and a stern seat that can easily be transformed into a sun deck.

Prince 25 Comfort and Prince 30 CC

Nuova Jolly Prince 30 CC
Prince 30 CC

25 degrees: the Prince 25 Comfort and the Prince 30 CC share the same hull whose angle guarantees great comfort and stability while reflecting the DNA of Nuova Jolly Marine. During our sea trial in Genoa, the Prince 25 Comfort impressed us very much.

With a passenger capacity of 16 people, this boat guarantees an extraordinary comfort level thanks to its large storage compartments and a spacious walkway. The steering console is automotive-inspired, ergonomic and designed to be used even when standing. The lateral handrails, positioned both on the starboard and the port side, are very useful, especially when sailing in rough sea; the additional and comfortable seat positioned under the windscreen and opposite the dashboard offers greater versatility.

Nuova Jolly Prince 25
Prince 25

The Prince 30 CC is characterized by well-arranged interconnected spaces: the astern platforms, for example, can be easily reached through a lateral walkway. The owner is free to choose the layout he prefers the most. The aft section, in fact, is customizable with a large storage compartment or with a dinette that can convert into a sun pad. The wheelhouse is hydraulic and the central console hides a marine toilet that makes the boat perfect for nautical camping.

Nuova Jolly Marine Prince 33 CC and Prince 38 CC

Nuova Jolly Prince 38 CC
Prince 38 CC

The Prince 38 CC is synonymous with speed and space. Indeed, she offers sporty performance while remaining highly versatile. The boat, in fact, can accommodate up to 18 passengers thanks to its spacious volumes. Moreover, this model is surprisingly stable even at high speed thanks to the 69-centimeter diameter of its tubulars and a 25-degree hull. When powered by two Mercury 400HP engines, this RIB can even reach a top speed of 57 knots.

Prince 33 CC
Prince 33 CC

The convertible dinette, the wide spaces in the stern, the central console with marine toilet and a cabin suggest the possibility to use this boat for medium-range cruising.

At the Genoa Boat Show, the Prince 38 CC will be available for sea trials at the Mercury’s booth, fitted with the new Mercury 450HP outboards.

The Prince 33 CC is an absolute novelty. 10 meters long and 3.5 meters wide, she is perfect for comfortable cruising. The cabin, in fac, is equipped with a double bed and a bathroom with separate shower. The benches in the stern can seat 6 people. As for engines, you can install up to 700HP.

Nuova Jolly Marine at the Boat Show

At the Genoa Boat Show, you can visit Nuova Jolly Marine at Marina Ormeggi Banchina C

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