ISA Yachts has announced the sale and immediate construction of the first ISA Alloy 43, a new line of all-aluminium semi-displacement superyachts.
Thanks to its 2.3m shallow draft, the 43m superyacht is perfect for exploring shallow waters, an attribute I’m sure her experienced and passionate owner will find an enormous coup for explorative cruising.
Respected Florentine designer Luca Dini (whose portfolio of notable projects includes 47m Entourage, 40m Cacos V and 54m Sea Force One), is responsible for the interior and exterior lines.
The contours from waterline to atop the superstructure are well proportioned, angular and cutting. Indeed, the intricacy of the exterior looks like the Alloy 43 was born in a wind-tunnel, or at the very least, drawn from the ‘flow visualization paint’ applied to F1 cars after thrashing it around Belgium’s Spa-Francorchamps circuit.
Powered by twin 2000hp MTU M96 engines, the 330gt superyacht is capable of reaching an alleged top speed of 19 knots and at a modest 12 knots, a range of circa 3,500 nautical miles.
Aboard, the tri-deck arrangement features a main deck master stateroom, sizeable salon and dining area, while four guest staterooms can be found on the lower deck along with a rotating transom beach club.
A crew of seven have been designated four cabins forward of the lower deck guest staterooms.
Currently in-build at the Ancona shipyard, and due for delivery in 2019, the first ISA Alloy 43 will be a fitting addition to an expanding ISA fleet.