Set to see a top speed of 32 knots, the ISA 141 Super Sportivo is the biggest fiberglass series from ISA Yachts. Following the initial announcement at last year’s Monaco Yacht Show, the shipyard is now revealing full details.
Like her smaller sister, the 121, the 141 blends styling from the previous ISA Sport series with lines by Marco Casali – Too Design. LOA is 143 feet (43.6 meters). You may remember the sporty profile and open aft areas from the previous series, for example. The open nature emphasizes all-day enjoyment of anchorages or travels to a new destination.
Casali did incorporate some new features, though. The Super Sports were famous for having stairs rise continuously all the way to the uppermost deck. They’re split up now. This created more room for creature comforts, like the sunpads to each side of the main deck. A bar just forward keeps the atmosphere lively. Another new feature is the glass-bottomed pool there. It spills light into the lower deck. In addition, Casali maximized use of the 28’5” (8.69-meter) beam on the flying bridge.
Future owners of the 141 Super Sportivo have options below decks. For cruises with just a few friends or family, they may like the three-cabin layout. Four or five guest staterooms are available, too. Regardless, the 141 Super Sportivo comes with four crew cabins fully forward. The crew area contains the galley as well. Furthermore, the lower-deck foyer has a stairway leading to the foredeck sunpads and relaxation area.
The owners get to relax on a private fold-down balcony in the master suite. Full-height glass doors let sunlight (or moonlight) stream on in. ISA is offering a few layout options for the suite, too.
A draft of about 4’10” (1.52 meters) means the 141 Super Sportivo can pull in pretty close to shore in shallow waters. An expected 26-knot cruise speed with twin MTUs will make harbor hopping fun. It also means putting the toys in the tender garage to use quickly.