The end of 1998 saw the inception of the ISA Yachts project, an initiative of a group of managers from Ancona with expertise in the construction of luxury mega yachts.
The aim was to start building innovative pleasure mega yachts in Ancona. The first project, in 2001, was a 47,50 metres yacht with a steel hull and alluminium superstructure.
In 2006 ISA was taken over by the YACHTING INVESTORS GROUP, a private investment found operating out of London. The outstanding features of the yard are the quality of its management and the skilled labour force that enable it to build different types of vessels, all with a high technology content and sophisticated design. The building yard has a flexibility that simply cannot be found in any of its competitor's businesses.
|Classification:||RINA Charter Class, C X HULL MACH, ￼ YCH (MCA), Short Range|
|Compliance:||MCA Code of Practice, LY2 Short Range Yachts|
|Maximum Beam:||7.40 m|
|Moulded Depth:||3.659 m|
|Displacement at full load:||169,5 tons|
|Displacement at Half Load:||153 tons|
|Draught (full load from B.L.):||1.50 m|
|Speed (at half load, with M/E at MCR):||33 Knots|
|Cruising Speed:||27 Knots|
|Fuel capacity:||22,000 litres|
|Fresh water capacity:||4,000 litres|
|Range at cruising speed:||550 NM at 27 Knots|
|Main engine type:||3 x MTU 16V 2000 M93|
|Main engine power:||3 x 1790 KW @ 2450 rpm|
|Main generators:||2 x KOHLER 70EFOZD, by 70 KW|
|Concept:||ISA – International Shipyard Ancona|
|Naval architecture:||ISA – Technical Department|
|Exterior design:||Andrea Vallicelli|
See ISA Yachts at http://www.isayachts.com