The brand strengthens its identity through the skills of top designers combined with 50 years experience in both new builds and refits
The new course of the Shipyard will be based on a redesigned range by Enrico Gobbi. «The challenge we have set the designers is to strengthen the identity of the brand», underlined Francesco Carbone, General Manager at Isa Yachts. According to the designer’s proposal, the Sport 120, which is an evolution of the previous 37-meter, is a compromise of contemporary elements combined with light coloured wood essences and stainless steel details joined with precious coatings and hand stitched leathers.
The broad use of diffused indirect lights emphasizes the design and conveys special lighting scenes to the interior areas. The 50-meter tri-deck Classic is the first model of the Classic Line. As explained by the founder of Team for Design, «Isa 50 is a performing yet elegant yacht, with sleek lines and a proportioned profile balanced by the typical grand arch connecting the aft deck cockpit to the superstructure. Continuous window surfaces characterize the yacht’s profile, allowing a stunning view of the landscape in addition to flooding the interiors with natural light. The windows have sinuous shapes and are outlined by tense curves, purposely designed to make the yacht appear even sleeker and longer».
The typical features of the yard have been revised aboard the Isa GT 67.
«We gave an even stronger appeal enhancing the grand arch which connects the aft cockpit to the superstructure, enriched by the air intake detail worthy of a sports car. The design shows a well balanced and pure exterior, with sleek lines and a slender silhouette. The volume of the superstructure is purposely drawn back to imitate the proportions and extended front hood of a large sports coupe», said Enrico Gobbi.
«Since its foundation in 2001, Isa Yachts has been a champion of excellence in quality, materials, finishings, technology and design, creating luxury megayachts characterized by high level of personalisation and a recognizable “Made in Italy” style», said Giuseppe Palumbo, CEO at Isa Yachts.
(Isa Yachts, the new course of the Shipyard – Barchemagazine.com – September 2017)