Super rib: Nuova Jolly Prince 25


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In just 25 feet, you can have what makes RIBs great: a bathroom, a fiberglass roll bar, a large stern platform, a swim ladder, two sunbeds, a dinette and easy circulation.

Nuova Jolly Prince 25: technical sheet

  • Loa: 8.45m;
  • b.max: 3.10m;
  • displ: 1.38t;
  • max engine power 350hp;
  • max. pax: 16


Aiello is a historical name in the world of pleasure boating and inflatable boats. Today, Domenico’s five sons, who in 1961 built the first Nuova Jolly, run a company that produces 15 models of boats from 5 to 13 meters long, divided into three lines: NJ, the most accessible and with units designed also for sports fishermen; Prince Open and Prince Cabin. All models can be fully customised in terms of hull colours.


From 7,90 m 

From 11,00 m

From 14,11 m



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