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Yachts for all tastes

Nuvolari Lenard NL S1

Stefano Minelli

Yachts for all tastes

The 2024 summer season opens with a diverse range of new yachts and superyachts. Many new proposals will be presented at the main boat shows in late summer, and there is something for everyone. So let's take a look at the nautical promises paving the way for the season.
Nuvolari Lenard NL S1 - the comfort of home by the sea
The Venetian design studio's new superyacht, soon to be followed by a sister hull, will be one of the stars of the Monaco Yacht Show in September. The NL S1 can travel up to 4000 miles to a wide variety of destinations with the comfort one would have in one's own apartment.
"Creating new elegant superyachts on which to transfer all one's skills and experience" is what Nuvolari Lenard has done with its latest numerous projects, from the 47-metre NL S1 to the Nuvolari Lenard Plus series, with models from 52 to 65 metres. At the Mengi Yay yard in Turkey, construction work is currently nearing completion on the first of these designs, the 47-metre S1, which is scheduled to be launched soon. 
"The experience and expertise of the studio's team have merged into this steel and aluminium yacht designed for experienced owners eager to explore all that the blue planet has to offer," the company explains. 
Arcadia A96 - Holistic well-being and nature
Arcadia Yachts A96 has been awarded the Best of the Best 2024 as best motoryacht, one of the most competitive categories of the awards assigned each year by Robb Report, the American lifestyle and luxury magazine considered a benchmark for the nautical sector worldwide.
The heart of this yacht's design is the offer of holistic wellness, alternating moments of sharing with others of deep communion with nature. The interior design is based on the search for comfort.
"The yacht is characterised by an unusual amount of living space and design that invites one to enjoy the open spaces with the highest level of conviviality, offering on the one hand the huge aft sea terraces, the manoeuvrability propulsion system and a top speed of around 23-24 knots and on the other hand the immense volumes and the very high level of service of the A-line," explains a press release. The contact with nature is deeper thanks to spaces that, through imposing opening windows, become one with the surrounding panorama.
Azimut Verve 48 - Sportiness for weekend living or a touch and go
The concept behind this boat involves an innovative sport-weekender concept, which on the one hand allows one to fly on the water and on the other allows one to enjoy anchorage in harmony with the sea. "The powerful and agile nature of the Verve 48 is unleashed by the three 600hp Mercury V12 outboard engines, which allow it to cruise at speeds of up to 50 knots and at the same time increase efficiency by cutting fuel consumption by 15%," comments the management. "On the one hand sporty and gritty soul, on the other welcoming and convivial: the cockpit layout allows, thanks to the geometries and optimisation of the spaces, a fun or relaxing experience depending on the moment." The interior and exterior offer a design that enhances function through emotion, with transparencies inspired by Italian sports cars of the 1970s.
Mishi 88 - Luxury entertainment and relaxation
The Mishi 88 is a 27-metre superyacht that combines luxury and safety with ample space for relaxation and entertainment, both inside and out. The vessel has a range of 1000 nautical miles with a cruising speed of around 8 knots and a maximum speed of 11.5 knots.
"The carbon-fibre hull of the Mishi 88, along with her big sister, the Mishi 102, is made using a lightweight vacuum infusion construction, this allows for remarkable strength with RINA certification," a statement specified. "Guest entertainment is a key feature of the Mishi 88. A removable cushion transforms the roof edge into a comfortable seat, with folding tables and stools perfect for coffee or a drink. At the rear, a large bathing platform provides easy access to the water for swimming and water sports, and can also serve as a sun lounger. The platform conceals a large garage for an inflatable tender, water toys and spare parts. 
For those who want to discover them live, these boats will be on display at boat shows scheduled for later this summer. There is no lack of variety, the choice must be made according to one's wallet and personal expectations. Deuxu.it Magazine ©