NISI Yachts is pleased to announce that its NISI 2400 has been chosen as a finalist for ‘Best Power (24 to 40 meters)’ in the 2011 International Superyacht Society (ISS) Design Awards.
Each year, the prestigious ISS Awards celebrate the world’s best in naval architecture, design, interiors, engineering and builds. Finalists are selected based on peer review. Other finalists for “Best Power (24 to 40 meters)” include Diverse Projects’ Black Pearl, Moonen Shipyard’s Livia, Jongert’s Lucia M, and Hakvoort Sheepswerf’s Snowbird.
“The ISS awards both encourage and recognize excellence in the design and construction of superyachts around the world. It is an honor for NISI 2400 and Setzer Design Group to be recognized by our ISS peers”, said Christos Livadas, Chairman of NISI Yachts. “I am extremely proud of the NISI 2400 team for crafting the year’s most celebrated yacht, a modern classic that combines casual opulence, charm and legendary styling with state-of-the-art technology, outstanding performance and comfort.”
NISI was recently awarded ‘Best Design’ at the 2011 World Yachts Trophies gala in Cannes, France, and named a Robb Report ‘Best of the Best’ winner in the annual ‘wings and water’ category, celebrated alongside the most sought after business and personal aircraft, Gulfstream, Bombardier and Piaggio.
ISS Design Awards finalists will be judged for their external appearance, internal design, innovation and practicality by a distinguished and independent international panel. Winners will be announced at the annual ISS Design Awards gala dinner on Thursday, October 27, 2011 at the Marriott Harbor Beach Resort in Fort Lauderdale.