ISA Yachts Unveils New High-Volume Superyacht Ayrton 63m

By Jenna Mehdi

ISA Yachts has unveiled designs for its new Ayrton 63m superyacht. The latest line from the Italian yard will also comprise models of 50 and 73 metres.

Based on sporty lines and taking inspiration from the supercar and superjet design spheres, the Ayrton line features large internal volumes and high levels of meticulous detailing throughout the yacht’s exterior. 

The 63m yacht is built with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, weighing in at a gross tonnage of approximately 1200. 

A spectacular beach club, described by the yard in a statement as ‘a project within a project’, can be found in the stern - replacing the classic stern hatch with glass has created a unique and dramatic effect onboard the Ayrton 63m. 

The beach club is also equipped with a plunging waterfall, and pool acting as a ‘liaising element’ with the indoor Jacuzzi. It is also the largest such beach club on a yacht of this size, with thanks to two side openings. 

The Ayrton line is in every way an extension of ISA Yachts’ DNA. Characteristically infused with a Formula 1-inspired style, ISA Yachts typically boast high interior volumes and intriguing detailing. The five transverse windows of the full-beam Owners’ suite are designed to resemble fish gills, with a 45 degree slant adding to the yacht’s streamlined look and feel. 

Floor-to-ceiling windows flood the yacht’s interior with natural light and afford panoramic views from the inside out. 

The ISA Ayrton 63m will cruise at 15 knots with a maximum speed of 17.5 knots. She will accommodate 12 guests in 4 cabins, doted on by 15 dedicated crew.

By Jenna Mehdi
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