Vismara NAB 10 and NAB 12.50

The Italian yachting journal brings further new of two brand new developments from Vismara Marine Concepts, continuing the current trend looking towards natural and ecological construction methods.

The NAB project is created by the Vismara team and built by NABYS, a brand new shipyard created specifically to develop the new “wood and ecological composite” technology where new “solid” design systems with control cutting and “Yacht System” assembly are integrated.

NAB 10 – Inside we find ourselves in front of a completely new, perfectly symmetrical subdivision of spaces which creates a large “loft” enhanced by the absence of the tree resting on a ceiling carbon beam. Starting from the stern, behind the entrance staircase there are two identical cabins with double bed and own wardrobe.

Next we find the bathroom on the right with a large separate shower in front of it. Immediately after there is the kitchen, tilting gas hobs, oven, table top and fridge on the right, on the opposite side the sink. In the extreme bow is the dinette: two large sofas resting along the sides to form an inverted V with a large dining table.

All the interiors are painted white and the furniture covered in wood, this makes the environment warm and welcoming; very bright and airy thanks to the hatches on the deck and the windows along the deckhouse and on the hull that allow you to look outside even while sitting comfortably on the sofa.

NAB 12.50 – Inside we are in the dinette consisting of the kitchen to its left, with tilting gas burners and large fridge; on the right a large dining table and elle sofa resting on the side of the boat with the chart table immediately next to it.

Continuing towards the bow you come across a large master cabin with double wardrobe; returning towards the stern instead, on the left of the entrance staircase there is a large bathroom with shower and another smaller one in front; in the far stern two twin cabins with double beds and wardrobes.

Small but welcoming interiors, very bright and airy thanks to the windows that all go around the deckhouse allowing you to look out at 360 degrees, and to the drums on the deck. There are also windows on the hull that allow you to look outside while comfortably sitting on the sofa or in the cabin.

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