ISA Yachts has announced its Continental line, a new range of yachts, with the Continental 80 and 65, which will be designed by Enrico Gobbi of Team for Design.Photo: ISA YachtsPhoto: ISA YachtsThe ISA Continental 80’s external design features panoramic windows throughout the main areas and terraces in the vessel’s mid-section to flood the main saloon with light. The new 80-metre model can accommodate up to 12 guests across seven staterooms, and can sleep up to 19 crew across 10 cabins. All guests can enjoy the yacht’s multiple saloons both on the main deck and upper deck, and the skylounge with Jacuzzi forward, a touch-and-go helipad and gym.Photo: ISA YachtsThe Continental 80 has an infinity pool located aft on the main deck, with a containment wall made up of two glass plates with for water to flow between. Below, on the lower deck, a beach club platform fitted with a bar and a large wall-mounted TV screen, which when closed, the beach club transom door forms the black trapezoid, one of the Continental line’s distinctive exterior features. Equipped with two MTU 16V4000M63L engines, Continental 80 can reach up to 17 knots, and cruises at 12 knots with a range of 6,200 nautical miles.
The 65-metre addition to the Continental range, the Continental 65, has more sinuous and fewer architectural lines in an effort to make the vessel seem longer and more dynamic. The stern’s structure rises to the upper deck to add a slender element to the yacht’s vertical profile, along with large square windows. Photo: ISA YachtsPhoto: ISA YachtsUp to 12 passengers can sleep onboard a Continental 65, across six staterooms. In addition, 16 crew members can sleep in nine cabins. The shorter of the two yachts currently in the Continental range also features a spacious pool with waterful that runs along the length of the bridge.Photo: ISA YachtsPhoto: ISA YachtsThe Continental 65 boasts a spa in its beach club area, complete with a sauna and massage room and a bar. Powered by twin MTU 12V4000M63 engines, she can cruise at 14 knots, reach speeds of up to 16 knots and achieve a range of 5,500 nautical miles when cruising at 11 knots.