Ancona-based Italian shipyard ISA delivered the 164-foot (50-meter) tri-deck displacement motoryacht Belle Anna in the summer of 2012. Naval architect Andrea Vallicelli collaborated with ISA’s in-house team, and for the first time, François Zuretti worked with ISA on the interior design. The result is a sophisticated high-performance, low-consumption yacht. She can sleep 12 guests in six cabins with a crew of 10. She is a modern sporty yacht with an elegant stern that has a versatile beach area accessed from the swim platform via two wide curved glass doors.
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LOA: 164ft. (50m)
Beam: 29ft. 6in. (9m)
Draft: 14ft. 9in. (4.5m)
Engines: 2 x 1,649hp Caterpillar 3512C @ 1800 rpm
Speed (max.): 17 knots