ISA Yachts, a Palumbo Superyachts brand has confirmed that its new 30m Super Sportivo GTO project is now ready for the final phase of construction prior to her delivery in August. Having been under construction at the Palumbo Superyachts Ancona shipyard the project, will now undergo a final period of outfitting at the same location.

Designed by Architect Marco Casali of Too Design, the new 30m has been built with one core mission in mind - performance. ISA Yachts has actually claimed that upon completion this will be one of the fastest models available on the market, reaching a maximum speed of 50 knots. Powered by three MAN 2000hp engines the yacht is also being constructed entirely out of glass and carbon fibre benefitting the yachts speed capabilities.

Currently there ISA Yachts has five superyachts under construction, three of which are scheduled for delivery this year. Last year, the shipyard sold two units of the 45m Gran Turismo. According to The Superyacht Agency, ISA Yachts has delivered 36 superyachts in total, but having been sold to the Palumbo Group in 2016, the shipyard is now regaining momentum in the brand.

The Palumbo Group branded 2019 a success after investment including the new models, infrastructure and management. Across the entire group, there is certainly high levels of activity on both the new build and refit front, having recently welcomed the 37m motoryacht Commitment to its Naples shipyard for major refit works.

ISA Yachts’ Super Sportivo line also features the larger 36.8m model and a 42.9m model. But, of course ISA Yachts also has much larger models across its range. The new 30m Super Sportivo GTO project is scheduled to make her debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2020.

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