The International Shipyards Ancona (ISA) launched the third in a series of three new 50m motoryachts, Belle Anna. Belle Anna’s launching ceremony took place at the Italian shipyard’s facilities in Ancona, Italy, and was attended by the owner’s family and a large group of close friends.
Though sharing the same technical platform as it’s the other two superyachts in ISA’s 50m series, tri-deck Belle Anna differs in its superstructure and transom design.
The superyacht, with steel hull and aluminium superstructure, was designed, by naval architect Andrea Vallicelli in collaboration with the shipyard’s in-house naval architects. Designed as a displacement motoryacht, its main features, according to ISA, are “huge volumes, great performance and low consumption”. The 50m motoryacht includes a beach area accessed from the swim platform by two wide curved glass doors.
The yacht is powered by two 2xCAT 3512C with a max power of 1230 kW@1800 rpm. It can arch 16.9 knots at maximum speed. A pair of Quantum Zero Speed stabilizers guarantees a smooth navigation in the most severe conditions and a comfortable stay at anchor. Bella Anna is scheduled for delivery in July 2012.