ISA’s 141 Super Sportivo: Kicking “Stern” and Taking Names

The big sister to the 121, the ISA Super Sportivo 141 is ready to impress with speed, style, and luxury. A sporty composite echoing automotive elegance with a sweep of passion from the cockpit to the beach club, the 141’s broader T-top flybridge with split level cockpit is stunning, and its 32-knot top speed appealing. There’s more.

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Three sun pad areas, a bathing pool, sofas, dining table, and an American bar adorn the cockpit. Architectural influence puts a modern twist on the Baroque inspired stair. The owner’s cabin enchants with a private platform, opening to the sea through full height sliding crystal doors. Customizable plans for 3, 4, or 5 cabins are designed for privacy, with external passages to the crew area’s 4 cabins. A food lift from the lower deck galley makes light, quick work of service to all areas.

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At 43.60 meters, with broad beam of 8.69 meters, the 141 tucks in a 5-meter tender in the garage and twin jet skis to port and starboard. The piece de resistance comes in the glass-bottomed bow pool. Gorgeous in itself, but also lending light to the deck below, sets a contemplative mood. The sporty curves of this Marco Casali design were unveiled at the 2016 Monaco Yacht Show where guests were charmed by her classic good looks and ISA heritage, with all looking forward to seeing her perform on the water.


Kathleen Turner

Writing engaging, intelligent, accurate copy for the luxury audience, KLTurner covers wine, sailing, travel, and a variety of luxury profile topics.

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