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Construction ISA Alloy 43 on Full-Steam

ISA Alloy 43The construction of the ISA Alloy 43, the new semi-displacing aluminium yacht designed to offer luxury and comfort with the highest level of efficiency, is going on full-steam in the Ancona shipyard of ISA Yachts.

ISA Alloy 43, whose sale was announced in September 2017, is the forerunner of a new range, which will enhance the brand’s offer, still keeping the typical, iconic features of the 33 units delivered by ISA Yachts as of today. The construction of ISA Alloy 43 started with the assembly of the so called ‘third section’. This is the middle part of the lower deck and includes crew areas and guest cabins. By the end of October craftsmen moved to the second section, consisting of the engine and technical rooms. Now, both the fourth section (bow) and the first one (stern) are in construction and will be married to the centre ones. By the end of the year, the whole hull will be completed, up to the main deck. Starting in January, it will be time for the upper section (superstructure).

The yacht, the interiors as well as the exteriors, is designed by Luca Dini. The layout features a five-stateroom arrangement with on-deck master stateroom, large 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. The ISA Alloy 43 will be powered by two MTU engines of 2,000hp each, pushing her to a top speed of 20 knots and a comfortable cruising of 18. At 12kn the range easily exceeds 3.500nm. Upon owner’s request, this super yacht 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. With a length overall of 43m and a beam of 8.10m, the light all-aluminium super yacht has a draft of just 2.3m, making her perfect for shallow waters.

ISA Alloy 43 will be delivered to her owner in 2019.