Nena

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    Launched in summer 2009, Nena was Carlo Galeazzi's first reinterpretation of Cantieri di Pisa's Akhir series. Galeazzi made a dramatic and very stylish splash with Nena. Incorporating a long flat flybridge into the sleek hull shape, he used a contrasting gunmetal-gray hull with beige teak decks for extra effect. The interior includes a full-deck salon, divided into two sections for socializing and dining, and four staterooms on the lower deck. Cantieri di Pisa's design team used black pearwood flooring with off-white leather to accentuate the interior. The full-beam master suite has two long strips that infuse the stateroom with natural light but don't look as clunky as square windows. The lower deck also includes a twin guest cabin and two matching VIP suites. Further forward is the crew galley and stairway down to the three crew cabins.

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