Italian designer Enrico Gobbi has unveiled his latest concept, the 67-metre ISA 67 GT, in collaboration with ISA Yachts.Photo: ISA YachtsSporty yachties will especially enjoy the fact that this latest yacht concept is inspired by the detailed design of a sports car.
Team For Design, the designers behind the new concept, achieve this sport-line look by drawing back the volume of the superstructure in order to imitate the proportions and extended front hood of a large sports coupé. Photo: Team for DesignWhile slender in design, the ISA 67 GT concept boasts an interior that accommodates 10 guests in four double cabins, plus one panoramic VIP cabin and a full beam master suite with an enclosed private balcony.Photo: ISA Yachts Photo: ISA YachtsThe yacht remains true to Gobbi’s typical style of design with continuous window surfaces, featuring panoramic views from the main interior areas. Though according to the team, the highlight of the ISA 67 GT is the stern, featuring an enclosed pool and characteristic 'U' shape of transparent glass.Photo: Team for DesignPhoto: ISA YachtsThe exterior areas of the ISA 67 GT also include a formal sitting area on the main deck cockpit, a 'chill-out sofa' area on the upper deck and an exterior dining space.
Photo: ISA YachtsThe forward sun area is enclosed within the superstructure and offers a private lounge area. The team has also included a landing area for a touch and go helicopter.Photo: ISA YachtsThe fly deck is enclosed between two large, transparent glass structures. In the concept, the 'glass house' on this deck is presented as a gym – however, the designers say this space can be altered in line with the owner’s preferences.Photo: ISA YachtsPhoto: ISA YachtsThe interior style proposed for ISA 67 GT is characterised by wengé wood in combination with natural ivory maple wood, hand stitched leathers and fabrics and polished stainless steel to add a modern touch. Photo: ISA YachtsSpecial lighting effects highlight the exterior design details of the yacht and ensure that the ISA 67 GT is easily recognisable at night.Photo: ISA Yachts