Due for delivery in July 2012, the new custom-made ISA 500.03 joins now the two further projects of 50 metre under construction at ISA representing a further confirmation of the success of this new series proposed by the shipyard to the market.
This luxurious displacement motor yacht with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure sold last November 2010 is a further result of the long-established collaboration between the yard in-house design and technical team and Vallicelli Studio.
Based on the existing 50 metre platform the ISA500.03 is a three deck superyacht with a 9 metre beam featuring a traditional but dynamic look with the bulwark profile following an ideal reverse curve and an elegant, smooth outline strengthened by the forward sloping windows in the full beam area which grant a sense of movement even when the yacht is at rest.
While al fresco dining is possible on each deck, the vast sun deck is conceived to offer a multi-recreational space featuring a sunbathing area at bow, a gym and dining area amidships and a magnificent lounge accompanied by a structural bar ideal for chats and entertainment.
The interior of the ISA500.03 which is being developed by ISA’s design team offers generous spaces and excellent liveability: the main deck is mainly allocated to the owner with a large forward facing owner’s suite which occupies the full beam with adjacent studio and dressing room and bathroom for him and her. The main saloon and separate dining room are located aft of this deck while a further sky lounge has been introduced aft of the upper deck for the guest best comfort. The large continuous windows running alongside the superstructure provide a sense of openness in these common areas and flood the interiors with natural light. The windows of the main saloon end at stern with a wide curved sliding door opening completely into the aft section of main deck interconnecting seamlessly the cockpit and the saloon and creating a large living area.
The yacht can host up to 12 guests accommodated in six cabins five distributed in the lower deck amidships and the owner’s suite located in the main deck. The crew quarters include four twin-berth cabins and a Captain’s cabin.
The maximum speed of 17 knots and the cruising speed of 14.5 knots are comfortably achieved with the two Caterpillar engines 3512C developing 2366 Hp each and allowing for an expected range of 4100nm at 11 knots. The yacht will be both Lloyd’s and MCA classified.
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