According to its designers the ISA 63m has the effect of ‘whisking passengers away on holiday from the moment they step aboard.’
The long-range 207 foot, 63m full-displacement superyacht has a steel hull and was custom-built with five sloping decks, elongated windows and a wide beam. She was delivered this summer to her owner from the Ancona, Italy based ISA shipyard.
The design by Patrick Knowles should ‘appeal to all five senses’ with stunning displays of artwork ranging from vibrant murals of tropical plants to a one of a kind 30-foot-tall light fixture of Murano glass within the stairwell that connects all three decks.
Throughout the vessel, palm wood, coconut shells, hand-carved glass sea creatures, and carved doors have been produced in an attempt to convey the feeling of a tropical paradise in every room.
Each of the lower-deck stateroom suites features its own theme (Hibiscus, Orchid, Palm and Bamboo) all reflected in the hand-carved wood panels, cabinets, colorful paintings and custom woven carpets, hand-made of wool and silk.
ISA 63 is powered by two CAT 3512-C engines.