Photography by ISA Yachts
06 February 2017
More details from the second and largest model in ISA’s latest Super Sportivo range have been released by the Italian yacht builder.
The composite yachts from the drafting table of Marco Casali were designed as an evolution of the yard’s popular ISA SPORT series, which draws upon themes from the automotive world. The range was first unveiled during the Monaco Yacht Show in 2016 and currently includes the 121 and the 141 models.
The 43.6-metre 141’s design includes a wider, fully-equipped flying bridge with a T-top. A split-level flying bridge cockpit offers divides the living space into separate functional areas for operation and entertainment.
The swim platform to the stern leads to a “stairway to heaven at sea” says ISA, with a trio of expansive sunpads overlooking the rear panorama next to a bathing pool, sofas and dining table. There is also an American bar directly connected to the cockpit.
There is a range of seating on the foredeck’s “forward beach” and sunpads flanking a glass-bottomed pool that illuminates the passageway beneath, though which you can pass to a stairway for access to the area. The area can be transformed with sun shades and offers a remarkable perspective for a breakfast or dinner.
True to its sporty name, the current 141 design’s specification with twin MTU engines (each offering 3,440kW power at 2,100rpm) would provide a top speed of 32 knots and a cruising speed of 26 knots.
Accommodation design and layout remains at the owner’s discretion, though current designs include an option for a private balcony and full-height sliding doors in the owner’s cabin, as well as a choice of three, four or five additional cabins for guests, and four cabins for crew members. The garage has space for a five-metre tender and two jetskis.
“The new ISA 141 Super Sportivo design reaches the peak of expression with fast, sleek lines, combined with classic and timeless styling, all integrated with the ISA YACHTS’ custom heritage,” said ISA of the model’s newly released features.