ISA Yachts has sold a new 43 meter unit, built in aluminium

The construction has just started in the Ancona facility of the Group. It’s all built in light alloy and will be delivered in 2019.


Designed by Luca Dini both for the exteriors and the interiors, the new project “ISA ALLOY 43” will be the first of a new range of all-aluminium, semi-displacement ISA Yachts engineered to delive luxury and comfort with the highest degree of efficiency.

ISA ALLOY 43: five cabins and a beach club

Sthe model features a five-stateroom arrangement with on-deck master stateroom, salon, dining room and an extra-large beach club allowing guests to be in close contact with the sea, also thanks to the moving transom which rotates back to reach the surface of the water.

Project “ISA ALLOY 43” will be powered by two MTU engines delivering 2.000 HP each, pushing her to a top speed of 20 knots and a comfortable cruising of 18. At 12 knots the range will exceed 3.500 nautical miles.
With a length overall of 43 meters and a beam of 8.10, the light all-aluminium superyacht has a draft of just 2.3 meters (7.5 ft) making her the perfect yacht for shallow waters.

Superyacht aimed
At combining
Performance and comfort

Giuseppe Palumbo, CEO of ISA Yachts has stated: “We are excited to start building this project belonging to a brand new series which widens our offer while preserving the iconic elements that have distinguished all the 33 yachts delivered by ISA Yachts so far”.

“We are extremely happy to have sold this new yacht to a very passionate and experienced owner, who already had quite a few yachts before this one, and look forward to seeing her in the water” adds Francesco Carbone, General Manager of ISA Yachts.

Gianpaolo Lapenna, Project & Product Executive Director at ISA Yachts says: “This semi-displacement superyacht aims to the best possible combination between performance and comfort, with particular focus on the sound and vibration reduction especially required by the owner from the very beginning”.

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