The newly acquired brand of Palumbo Group, ISA Yachts, unveiled a glimpse of what its future operations will hold at the 2016 Monaco Yacht Show. The brand today presented its new 141 Super Sportivo model that, alongside the Super Sport 121, is aimed at getting ISA Yachts back in the new build game following a period of stagnation at the Ancona shipyard.
Designed by Marco Casali, the 141’ continues the sleek and sporty profile carried by many ISA Yachts before it. Her larger volume than that of the 121’ model allowed Casali to create a spacious flybridge setup that is covered by a T-top structure.
The master suite on the lower deck has its own fold-down balcony on the port side. Layout options consist of either a three, four, or five –cabin setup on the lower deck with a fixed four cabin layout in the bow for crew.
A unique feature is the glass bottom pool on the foredeck that is connected directly to the lower deck staterooms via a staircase that leads underneath the pool.
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