ISA’s 164-Footer Launches

  • Danielle Cutler

The latest superyacht from Italian builder ISA is the 164-foot (50-meter) full-displacement motor yacht Belle Anna, a steel-and-aluminum tri-deck vessel. It marks the third hull in the yard’s new 50-meter range; each of the three new yachts share the same technical aspects, but vary greatly in their superstructures and transoms. ISA’s in-house naval architects penned the exterior lines in conjunction with Andrea Vallicelli.

The interior design was created by François Zuretti of Zuretti Interior Designers, who used Macassar ebony, bird’s-eye maple, leather, and piqué linen in the yacht’s traditional design. Five staterooms plus a main-deck master suite accommodate 12 guests, plus there is room for 10 crew housed in four crew cabins and a captain’s quarters.

For outdoor entertainment, a large beach club off the swim platform beckons guests to relax at water’s edge. Two Castoldi Jet tenders provide on-water fun. Sunning, dining, and gathering space can be found on all three decks.

Two Caterpillar 3512C engines propel Belle Anna to a 16.9-knot top speed while Quantum Zero Speed stabilizers keep things stable. (www.isayachts.com)

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