ISA Yachts Reveals New 50M Model

ISA Yachts, a Palumbo Superyachts brand, has presented a new ISA GT 50m (164ft) model. The new Gran Turismo model has been restyled with a sporty, streamlined profile, straight bow, and fully balanced 499 GT volume.

ISA Yachts, a Palumbo Superyachts brand, has presented a new ISA GT 50m (164ft) model. The new Gran Turismo model has been restyled with a sporty, streamlined profile, straight bow, and fully balanced 499 GT volume.

With inspiration from the aviation world, the revamped GT 50 features naval architecture by the Palumbo Superyachts technical team, with Team for Design – Enrico Gobbi completed the yacht interiors and exteriors.

Gran Turismo Evolution 

A wide-open stern on three decks offers ample outdoor lounge and social areas, with unobstructed panoramic views. A show-stopping glazed swimming pool almost overflows above sea level on the main deck, allowing users to embrace the views as they take a dip in the pool.

ISA YACHTS Gran Turismo Master Cabin
ISA YACHTS Gran Turismo Master Cabin

Large sweeping views inside allow connection throughout to all rooms without large visual barriers, with sunlight and sea views pouring in. Unlike other Gran Turismo models, the superstructure is much further aft, allowing for extended bow space with a lounge area, outdoor table, fireplace and large sundeck

Once inside, the interiors have been completed in wood and metal inserts, soft lighting, and a color palette of ocher contrasted with black and white with gold details. A spacious owner’s suite sits on the main deck forward with lounge area, bathroom, massage room and private gym (with option to convert to a guest cabin). Large French doors open up and overlook a private owner’s terrace, accentuated by the large windows and a circular design resembling a skylight allows plenty of natural light in. The remaining four double cabins are located below deck amidships while seven cabins are available for 11 crew members.  

ISA YACHTS Gran Turismo Saloon
ISA YACHTS Gran Turismo Saloon

The ISA GT 50 can reach a cruising speed of 15 knots and is powered by two 16V and 1939 kW MTU engines. 

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