Sleeps up to 8 in the owner’s party in 4 staterooms with crew accommodations for up to 6 in 3 cabins.
Offering exhilarating performance with speeds up to 33kts and unmistakable Italian styling from the drawing board of ISA & Andrea Vallicelli, SEALYON is as exciting to see as she is to be aboard. Whether enjoying culinary delights from the massive aft deck, opening via disappearing glass panels to the main deck salon and formal dining, or enjoying your favorite beverage from any of the multiple loungers or jetted spa tub on the expansive sundeck, SEALYON has been conceived to meet and exceed your expectations.
Boarding aft from the oversized, teak decked swim platform, molded stairs port and starboard lead up to the aft deck, and in a continuous flow from the aft deck up to the expansive sundeck, creating a “Stairway to Heaven” effect, a characteristic of the ISA fleet.
The aft deck offers a large aft facing centerline sun lounge bed, with dining table and seating immediately forward. Walk around side decks are to either side, along with ample counterspace, ideal for buffet meals. Centerline S.S framed doors lead to the main salon/dining area, opening almost the entire beam of the salon, bringing the outdoors inside. In a unique twist to the typical motoryacht layout, the dining salon is aft, with centerline circular table and seating, which, with the doors open, offers the ambiance of alfresco dining while providing fully temperature controlled protection in any weather. A well-equipped wet bar is to stbd with storage and access to galley and crew’s quarters through a concealed door is to port.
The generous use of Lalique glass details, dove gray lacquered wall panels, and mirror creates a stunning, sophisticated and chic décor all the while remaining comfortable and inviting. Forward is the main salon, separated from the dining by port and stbd banquet cabinets, each with L-shaped custom sofas and a concealed entertainment center on the forward bulkhead, with a concealed door to port leading up to the raised bridge pilothouse, providing all the necessary electronics and Nav/Com to insure safe, comfortable cruising at high speeds. A stairwell from the pilothouse provides access to the flying bridge, complete with controls and electronics for navigation.
A companionway to port leads to the raised pilothouse and to stbd is the main deck foyer, dayhead, stairwell to the lower guest accommodations and companionway leading forward to the on-deck master stateroom, complete with centerline king berth with nightstands on the aft bulkhead, built-in bureau of drawers to stbd, vanity with drawers to port and entertainment center along the forward bulkhead. A door on the port side of the forward bulkhead leads down to the split-level bath, complete with double sink vanity, enclosed toilette stall, jetted spa tub and separate shower, as well as large, walk-in wardrobe.
Additional guest accommodations are on the lower deck, accessed from the main deck foyer stairwell. The central accommodations foyer accesses the three guest staterooms, with a full beam, VIP (or second Master) forward, featuring centerline king berth with nightstands, vanity with drawers, built-in dresser, walk-in wardrobe and ensuite bath. Aft of the foyer are port and stbd twin bedded staterooms, each with ensuite bath, wardrobe, nightstand, and drawer storage.
Crew quarters, galley, and engineering/technical spaces are accessed from a door along the exterior port side-deck, as well as a service door near the dining salon. The galley is well equipped to provide culinary delights, with generous counterspace, dry stores, and refrigeration. Crews quarters consists of three, ensuite cabins with upper and lower berths, nightstands, and wardrobes.
The flybridge/sundeck is massive, and double the size as is typically found on yachts of this size. Offering several large sunbed loungers, built in seating, dining table for alfresco meals, and service bar. An oversized jetted spa is flanked by twin sunpads forward and serves to separate the upper helm from the guest area. Decked in teak, as are all exterior decks, and offering the “Stairway to Heaven” which gives the feeling of running seamlessly from sundeck to swim platform.
Another unique feature of the 120 ISA is the ability to stow all tenders within the hull of the yacht, leaving all exterior deck spaces devoted to guests and owners. Opening doors in the hull conceal port and stbd jet ski storage, and a third watertight door to stbd opens to access storage for a jet RIB up to 4.5m.