Model range of ISA Yachts
The brand ISA Yachts produces motor Superyachts. There are 1 model 36.5 meters.
About ISA Yachts
History of the company
The Italian ISA Yachts shipyard was founded in 2001, but its history began many years earlier. The origins of the world famous company today are two shipbuilding giants, Overmarine and Rodriguez Group, who decided to join forces and create a new venture.
Thanks to the renowned «parents», the shipyard was doomed to success from its first boat. Even during the crisis years 2008-2009, which hit the shipbuilding industry hard, the company was able to realize 5 projects.
Today ISA Yachts is part of the Palumbo Group, which has become Europe's largest superyacht repair and maintenance network. The group has nine shipyards of its own, located in the Mediterranean and East Atlantic.
The modern ISA Yachts shipyard is located in Ancona and covers an area of more than 52,000 square meters, of which 13,000 are covered areas. There are wood and metalworking workshops, assembly halls for boats up to 110 meters, administrative buildings, etc., as well as a number of other facilities.
The shipyard plans for 2019 to install a synchronous elevator capable of lifting and launching vessels weighing up to 3300 tons.
In 17 years of successful work with the shipyard's slipways more than 30 models have left.
The shipyard produces boats in steel and aluminium in lengths of 23 to 67 metres. The company's model range includes both transatlantic crossing boats and high-speed yachts capable of speeds up to 35 knots.
Production facilities and design departments are almost under one roof. This greatly simplifies the processes of interaction between departments, and any problem is solved as quickly as possible without compromising work.
At the customer's request, the shipyards can create a fully exclusive project or provide an already designed hull with the possibility of changing the layout and superstructure.
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