ISA Yachts has just revealed first-look details of their brand-new 141 foot Agora III which will be the largest private superyacht in Japan. Built with an aluminium hull and superstructure, Agora III is the first semi-displacement yacht to be built from the shipyard’s new ISA Alloy range. Her sporty exterior lines are the work of Francesco Rogantin who took inspiration from iconic sports car design in features like her integrated air intakes and curvaceous side arches which link the cockpit and superstructure.

Her clever layout has been designed with outdoor entertaining and living in mind, offering a spacious lower deck beach club with fold-out sea level balcony, a large open sundeck, and gorgeous al fresco formal dining space on the main deck. Additional outdoor space is offered by two fold-out balconies on the main deck which make ideal spots for enjoying a morning coffee in the sun or relaxing with a book and a cocktail before dinner.

Future guests will also be wowed by her chic interior spaces which were designed by Luca Dini who has used neutral hues throughout to create a harmonious and restful aesthetic. Use of silks, hardwoods and precious stones add a luxurious feel, as do the richly-textured soft furnishings. Onboard Agora III there are a total of five guest suites which include a magnificent owner’s cabin on the main deck complete with a private office and dressing room and a further four guest cabins on the lower deck. In total she can accommodate up to 10 overnight guests in complete comfort.

Attention to detail in her exterior and interior spaces is complemented by impressive performance statistics. Agora III has a top speed of 20 knots thanks to a pair of 2,000 hp MTUs which also give her a range of 3500 nautical miles when cruising at 18 knots. She is also fitted with noise and vibration-reducing technology to ensure the comfort of her owner and guests while underway.