ISA Yachts in Italy has launched the Super Sportivo 100 GTO Aldabra, a yacht the yard is calling a “silver arrow” because of its carbon-infused hull, lightweight carbon superstructure and reported top speed of 55 knots.
Power aboard Aldabra is a trio of 2,000-horsepower MAN engines paired to hydrojets. Previously, the yard used hydrojet propulsion on the ISA 120 Sport. The same type of propulsion is also on the latest ISA 140 Sport, Silver Wind.
Aldabra was built at the Palumbo Superyachts shipyard in Ancona, Italy. Marco Casali of Too Design was responsible for interiors and exteriors. Notable design features include double-curved front windows spanning 54 square feet apiece, and opening glass panels in the hardtop.
The garage holds a 13-foot tender that launches via a slide system and winch. Additional equipment on board includes a Seakeeper 35 for guest comfort.
ISA says the Super Sportivo 100 GTO can be ordered with layouts that include three, four or five staterooms in addition to two crew cabins. This hull has five double-berth, ensuite staterooms including a full-beam owner’s suite amidships.
When will Aldabra make her public debut? Look for the yacht at this autumn’s Cannes Yachting Festival.
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