This week, Italian builder ISA Yachts, a brand from Palumbo Superyachts portfolio, rolled out its current in-build 65-metre flagship project ISA Classic out of her welding shed and moved her to the outfitting stage at the Ancona facility.



The vessel features exterior and interior design by Enrico Gobbi of ‘Team For Design’ who has penned several more ISA models. 



Within her 1,300 GT interior volume, the yacht’s layout encompasses 6 staterooms along with a convertible cabin. The full-beam owner’s suite is located forward on the main deck and a huge full-beam beach club with three opening transom doors lays right below the pool placed on the main deck.



The largest ISA project so far, the 65-metre was sold to an experienced European owner in 2017. The yacht is set for delivery in spring 2021.



Other news from the builder include recent sale of ISA Super Sportivo 100ft GTO with potential top speed of 50 knots, along with taking on another ambitious project, the 100-metre superyacht concept Crossbow.

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Spotted: the Oceanco 62m yacht Sea Walk in Rijeka
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New delivery: Solaris 80 RS sailing yacht Alithia
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A new owner for Overmarine 42m Project Venezia
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Spotted: two Golden Yachts O’Ptasia and O’Pari in Piraeus
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