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ISA Just Unveiled a New Line of Sleek and Sinuous Superyachts

ISA Just Unveiled a New Line of Sleek and Sinuous Superyachts

ISA Yachts is bringing a trio of serpentine superyachts to the high seas.

The European shipyard, one of four owned by Palumbo Superyachts, just unveiled a new range called Viper that comprises three models ranging from 100 to 140 feet.

The new Viper 100, Viper 120, and Viper 140 take design cues from ISA’s popular sports yachts, but showcase “even sleeker and more defined lines,” according to the yard. Italian designer Fulvio De Simoni penned all the exteriors and interiors, while ISA’s in-house team carried out the naval engineering. All three displacement yachts will be made of composite and fitted with carbon reinforcements.

The bow.

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Production has already begun on the first Viper 120, with delivery expected in 2026. The inaugural Viper measures 125 feet (38 meters) and has a reduced draft of less than five feet, meaning that it is suited to cruising the shallow waters of the Caribbean Sea, for example. The vessel can be equipped with either three MAN or MTU engines that will enable a maximum speed of 33 knots and a cruising speed of 26 knots, ISA says.

The aft deck of the Viper 120 is split into three distinct zones: a beach club with a hydraulic swim platform, a lounge with fold-out balconies, and a dining area with an eight-seater dining table. The aft is also home to a combined galley and bar with a pop-up tinted glass partition that can hide the happenings within or keep them on display.

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The aft decks.

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To the left of the aft bar, a staircase leads to the sundeck. Protected by a carbon hardtop, the sundeck features a helm station, two large sun pads, a lounge area with sofas, an L-shaped bar, and a 12-seater table. Heading back down the stairs, a port-side walkway leads to a bow area with a circular pool, sunbeds, and sofas.

Moving inside, the main deck sports a second combined galley and bar, as well as a bright salon with floor-to-ceiling windows, plush sofas, and a 10-seater circular table. The main deck is also outfitted with another wheelhouse and an opening balcony that allows seafarers to take in the views from the indoor sofas.

The salon and dining area.

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The lower deck houses four en suite guest cabins and the owner’s suite. The latter can be positioned amidship to capitalize on the 26-foot beam or in the bow to create room for a large walk-in closet. The crew quarters are also located on the lower deck and include three cabins with private bathrooms.

Details on the Viper 100 and Viper 140 will follow soon. Stay tuned.

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