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This New 131-Foot Superyacht Has a Jacuzzi at One Finish and an Infinity Pool on the Different

This New 131-Foot Superyacht Has a Jacuzzi at One Finish and an Infinity Pool on the Different

ISA Yachts’ latest model is Unica by name, unique by nature.

The 131-foot superyacht was designed to be an outlier not only in the ISA fleet but in the wider industry. Named after the Latin term for “one of a kind,” the Unica 40 showcases several novel features that enhance livability.

The vessel was penned by Enrico Gobbi’s Team for Design and the technical department of Palumbo Superyachts, a.k.a. ISA’s parent company. Crafted entirely from aluminum, the 131-footer is characterized by a sleek semi-displacement hull, flowing lines that run from bow to stern, and a decidedly dynamic profile.

The main salon.

Geared toward indoor-outdoor living, Unica seamlessly connects the interior with the exterior decks and the broader oceanic surroundings. The stern is “a true haven of pleasure,” according to the Italian yard. Across the three aft decks lies a swim platform, an infinity pool with a lounge, and a cockpit with a dining area and plush seating.

Another highlight is the flybridge. Measuring 52 feet from end to end, the sprawling deck includes two sunbathing areas, a lounge, a dining area, a bar, and a round Jacuzzi. ISA says there are also more dining areas, sunbathing spots, and lounges on the main and upper deck.

With a beam of 27 feet and an interior volume of 390 GT, Unica features quite generous living quarters. The main deck includes a light-filled salon, a dining room, and a galley. Also on this deck is an owner’s suite with a lounge, vanity, dual walk-in wardrobes, an en suite, and an office.

Unica 40 Superyacht

The aft deck lounge and infinity pool.

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There’s more to explore above and below deck, too. The lower deck is outfitted with three VIP suites, one twin, and the crew quarters, while the upper deck is home to a lounge, bar, captain’s cabin, and wheelhouse.

Unica’s performance specs are nothing to sneeze at, either. Powered by two MTU engines, the yacht can reach a maximum speed of 20 knots and a cruising speed of 15 knots. As for range, the cruiser can cover roughly 4,000 miles when traveling at 12 knots.

Unique or not, the Unica 40 is one impressive superyacht.

Click here to see all the photos of the Unica 40.

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Source: Robb Report

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