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New Launch: ISA 50-meter "Belle Anna" superyacht

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  1. ISA launches 50-meter "Belle Anna" superyacht


    On Thursday, May 24th, 2012 - ISA (International Shipyards Ancona) launched the 50-meter motor yacht "Belle Anna", the third in a series of new 50m yachts built by ISA. The three yachts in the 50m series share the same technical platform but differ in their superstructure and transom design.

    Architect Andrea Vallicelli, in collaboration with ISA's in-house naval architects, designed Belle Anna to be a sophisticated displacement yacht. High volumes, great performance and low consumption are the main features of this excellent platform.

    A tri-deck displacement motor yacht with a steel hull and aluminum superstructure which combines the new dynamic, streamlined and elegant outline of the ISA 50-meter project. The result is a modern, sporty yacht with an elegant stern which is enriched by a versatile beach area accessed from the beach platform by two wide curved glass doors. A master cabin plus five guest cabins allow twelve guests to comfortably enjoy Belle Anna, cared for by ten crew.

    The interior design of this project is signed by Francois Zuretti- Zuretti Interior Design, who also attended the launch with his team, this being his first project with ISA.

    The yacht is powered by two CAT 3512C with a maximum power of 1,230 Kw @ 1800 RPM. She can reach 16.9-knots at maximum speed. A pair of Quantum Zero Speed stabilizers guarantees a smooth navigation in the most sever of conditions and a comfortable stay at anchor. Belle Anna is scheduled for delivered in July 2012.

    For more information:

    ISA Yachts
    Via Mattei 14
    60125 Ancona
    Italy
    ISA Yachts

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