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Recent Launches

This 63m was just recently moved out of her fit-out shed at the Ancona, Italy-based yard; her launch should be ahead of schedule in early April.

MARCH 2010

Commissioned in September 2007, this 'ISA 630’ was drawn by Andrea Vallicelli, working in close co-operation with ISA’s in-house design and engineering team. Her Key West-inspired bamboo interior is by Patrick Knowles.
She should turn heads when she eventually begins cruising with owners aboard. One of the key features of this one is a simply huge ‘beach club’ area at her stern. This fantastic space is created when both of her two quarter garage doors and a similar stern door all open up the same area, which normally will house tenders and toys. When empty, little machinery and clutter will be visible. The whole space provides around 77m2 of useable area, and that excludes the extra terrace areas provided by the three hinge-down doors. The whole thing will be laid with teak decks. Few other yachts afloat thus far can deliver such a connection to the sea.
Note her bulbous bow; this 63m (207ft) beauty — with her 'Moon Stone' hull and 'Stark White' superstructure — is good for 16 knots.
She is the largest yacht that the yard has built thus far and one of three 50m (164ft) and bigger launches scheduled there for 2010.

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© Phil Draper