Once aboard the Nuova Jolly Prince 23 Cabin you immediately appreciate how the deckhouse design doesn’t hinder the sleek look or the deck space, still leaving enough room for a large cabin underneath.
The new model replaces the 2001 King 750 Cabin, and aims to repeat her success across Europe.
The new Nuova Jolly Prince 23 Cabin is developed on the reliable hull of the Prince, designed to give good performance in smooth waters (thanks to the deadrise) but also offer a good lift at slow paces with slight and moderate sea.
The deck presents the major news: two companionways around the deckhouse lead to the fore sunpad and to the anchor winch. The helm station is simple and rational, with a low windshield to protect the pilot while he leans on the backseat. Underneath this, an optional galley features oven, stove and refrigerator. The aft dinette becomes a sun bed by just replacing the table with a joint. Under the seats there’s room for three large lockers where to store all the necessary for a weekend cruise.
The cockpit leads to the swim platforms in the back through a gate in the transom, for kids safety.
A sliding door gives access to the inner cabin, whose height is over 1,50 meters (around 5 ft). The furniture consists of a large double bed, lockers and closets, beside a covered potty; while light and ventilation are granted by two side portholes and a skylight.
Nuova Jolly Prince 23 Cabin in numbers
Length o.a. 6.98 mt (22 ft 11 in)
Beam 3.00 mt (9 ft 10 in)
Tubular diameter 60/42 cm (23/16 in)
Displacement 1.350 Kg
Design category B
Maximum engine 300 HP