The ISA Yachts GT 45 M/Y UV II, the latest gem from the renowned Palumbo Superyachts brand, is making waves in the world of luxury superyachts. This magnificent 45-meter Gran Turismo vessel perfectly embodies the DNA of the historic Ancona shipyard, combining exquisite naval engineering with elegant aesthetics and contemporary design.
Palumbo Superyachts spearheaded the naval engineering, while the exterior lines were meticulously crafted by Enrico Gobbi – Team for Design. Inside, the interior design was entrusted to the talented team at Luca Dini Design & Architecture.
Every detail of this yacht has been expertly crafted, showcasing the utmost dedication to artistry and design. The fluid lines of the ISA Yachts GT 45 M/Y UV II have been meticulously carved to create a true masterpiece on the water.
Inside, the yacht boasts spacious interiors with large, openable windows on all decks. The color palette chosen for the interior spaces is a harmonious blend of gold, sand, and turquoise. Natural oak flooring, laid in an irregular pattern, imparts an airy ambiance to every corner. Light oak wood slats, set against black lacquered wood, adorn the walls and ceilings, adding a touch of elegance to the interiors while maintaining a perfect balance.
Below deck, you’ll discover four VIP cabins, two of which can be configured with twin beds that seamlessly convert into doubles. Each VIP cabin features a private bathroom for the ultimate in comfort and luxury. Moving aft, the beach club is a serene oasis, complete with chaise lounges, armchairs, and a bathroom.
The crew area is thoughtfully positioned forward and can accommodate up to eight crew members in four cabins, each with its own bathroom. Additionally, there’s a spacious dining area and an adjoining laundry facility.
On the main deck, the expansive full-beam owner’s cabin is situated forward and includes an inviting entrance hall with a sofa and TV, a bathroom with double sinks, and a walk-in wardrobe. A unique feature of this area is the private staircase providing direct access to the forward outdoor lounge.
The main saloon exudes opulence with a large L-shaped sofa paired with two armchairs featuring golden aluminum structures and a stylish coffee table. Illuminated metal panels with geometric motifs lend a contemporary pop touch to the room.
Stepping outside to the main deck’s substantial cockpit, you’ll find semicircular structural sofas complemented by side tables. The color palette here features shades of grey paired with emerald and acid green, creating a youthful and fresh atmosphere. The generous swimming pool is adorned with silver-colored mosaic tiles.
Moving to the forward upper deck, you’ll find the helm station and the Captain’s cabin. Amidships, a circular dining area with windows that open 180° onto the cockpit provides breathtaking views. The cockpit itself boasts structural sofas, armchairs, coffee tables, and poufs.
The fly deck serves as a secondary, more casual dining area and includes a bar, a round table that can expand to accommodate up to 10 people, and a sundeck for soaking up the sun.
The ISA GT 45 features a robust steel hull and an aluminum superstructure, powered by two CAT C32 ACERT engines, each delivering 1300 hp. This powerhouse achieves a top speed of 15.4 knots and cruises comfortably at 14 knots.
Practicality meets luxury with a 5-meter tender stored in the side-opening starboard garage on the lower deck, while at the bow, you’ll find the rescue boat. Additionally, two jet skis are housed in the hangar and can be effortlessly launched with a hydraulic crane.