Palumbo Group has opened up about the larger of the two models in its new Super Sportivo range, the 43.6 metre ISA Super Sportivo 141.
Designed by Marco Casali, this fast planing all-GRP yacht is the bigger sister of the ISA Super Sportivo 121, which was announced at the 2016 Monaco Yacht Show.
The yard describes this sleek speedster as a natural evolution of the successful ISA Sport series, adding automotive styling cues to the unmistakable lines of the original.
The 141 is not only longer than the 121, but it also features a wider superyacht sundeck, with a hardtop shade and space for five sunloungers aft.
Other external relaxation options include the walk-through foredeck seating area and the sprawling aft deck, both of which would be fitted with superyacht spa pools.
A particular design highlight is the split-level cockpit, which the yard describes as a “stairway to heaven on the sea” with nods to Baroque Italian architecture and an American-style bar area.
Accommodation is all below decks, with a range of layouts possible, from three to five guest cabins. The star of the show is the amidships owner’s cabin, which would be fitted with a fold-out superyacht balcony.
Palumbo Group adds that the ISA Super Sportivo 141 would be fitted with a tender garage capable of housing a five metre RIB and two Jet Skis.
Power would come from a pair of 4,667hp MTU 16V 400 M93L engines for a top speed of 32 knots and a fast cruising speed of 26 knots.