ISA Yachts Unveils the New 141 Super Sportivo Project

This is one sporty yacht

Palumbo Group has revealed the first renderings of the 43.6m ISA Super Sportivo 141.

The Super Sportivo series is made from two models, 121 and 141, designed by Marco Casali. The yachts are built in composite materials.

The 141 Super Sportivo project is born with an emphasis on speed and a new sleek profile, incorporating the heritage and class of the shipyard.

With a greater mass than its smaller sister, the 141 has its focus on a wider fully equipped flying bridge with a T-top based on the ISA heritage design.

The cockpit follows the split level design creating different levels of functions for living at sea, with an accent on the design of the stairs that brings to mind baroque Italian architecture.

The owner’s cabin, available in different customizable designs, hosts a private opening platform, creating a private direct access to the sea with a unique panorama at night thanks to its additional sliding full height crystal doors.

The lower deck can host three to five cabins while the crew area, directly accessible from the external passages, has four cabins. The galley in the lower deck is connected to the other decks with a food lift for a better service in every area.

The garage can host a five-meter tender, plus one jet sky on each side.

Power is provided by two MTU 16V4000 M93L diesel engines, powerful enough for a top speed of 32 knots. Cruising speed is 26 knots.