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Walking through the yacht, on main deck aft you firstly have the pool lounge area. The excellent connection between this area and the spacious beach club below means that this area will actually be used, rather than used simply as an area to pass through as it is on most yachts. Here there is a circular area with sofas surrounding the pool, creating a convivial place for guests to relax together as a group during the daytime. The beach club below is entirely separate from the garage and tender area, so this area can be kept entirely for guests, and it is arranged with a wide access door to connect well with the very large swim platform, which is big enough for sun loungers and ideal for watching the watersports in total comfort. Skylights here also provide plenty of light from above and avoid any cave-like feel. A fridge, icemaker, day toilet and shower complete a picture of casual comfort and convenience. Inside the yacht on main deck is the large lounge and cinema area with a large flatscreen TV located on the forward wall. Sliding doors out to the side decks on both sides of this area also enable it to be opened up to the evening breeze. Forward of the saloon is the pantry and galley to port, and to starboard is the lobby complete with a day toilet and then a door through to the Owner’s suite. Going through the Owner’s cabin door you pass through a small Owner’s lounge (which could also be configured as an office if desired), into the Owners suite. The full beam master cabin is spacious and on the starboard side has Owner-operated sliding doors which open to a balcony for fresh air whenever required. Then there is an Owner’s bathroom to port and a dressing room to starboard, between which unusually the Owner can also directly access the private lounge on the foredeck via a door to the exterior. The addition of optional gates on the side decks here means that this area could easily become a completely private Owner’s terrace, something which is a completely unique feature for a yacht of this size. Below deck the guest cabin layout is standard, configured in a flexible charter-friendly layout, with two doubles and two singles, both of the latter convertible to doubles and with pullman bunks above The bridge deck is for dining and cocktails, and here there is a large circular table with stainless steel and glass circular doors which pocket away when not in use, leaving the entire deck open. This area also has no step between it and the area behind, so the dining area really feels like part of the aft deck. Alternatively in inclement weather it can be closed and airconditioned for complete comfort Above the bridge deck is the sundeck itself, with another large outside dining table, wet bar, icemaker and sun bathing area. Sun above or shade below, the choice is yours. 17.
Scheduled for delivery in time for the Summer of 2022 and currently in build, the ISA GT45 is a trideck displacement superyacht designed explicitly for Summer and just waiting for a new Owner. With strong sporty lines and incredible deck spaces, a spacious beach club, gym, large aft deck jacuzzi pool, and no less than five outdoor relaxation areas, this design by the Italian designers Enrico Gobbi and Luca Dini is modern outdoor yachting at its very best. At nearly 45 metres LOA, with a beam of 8.6 metres and with a plumb bow, this is a high-volume displacement hull, but much of the volume on main deck and above is devoted to outdoor spaces, and it is in the size and variety of her outside spaces that this yacht really shines. From a properly sized beach club connected to a large aft deck pool area, to the bridge deck which acts as a fully inside/outside dining area (pocketed sliding doors can be opened to make the whole deak outside space with no step, or closed to have an airconditioned space), to the spacious sundeck and private Owner’s area forward (directly accessible directly from the Owner’s suite), it is clear that this yacht is all about spending time outside. There are twin side doors in the main saloon, a balcony in the Owner’s suite, and skylights wherever possible. Even the main saloon is now a cosy cinema area that may actually see some use from the modern yacht-guest.
Key selling points:
• Less than a year from delivery
• Unparalleled outside spaces for a yacht under 499 GT
• Beach club and aft deck pool
• Fantastic layout for charter
• Interior décor can still be chosen
• Proven naval platform with high specs
• Owner’s balcony and private forward lounge area