The latest work of interior designer Luca Dini has been revealed in new images of the ISA Alloy superyacht Agora III. The new 43-metre vessel, which is set to be the largest private yacht in Japan, features an aluminium hull and superstructure with streamlined lines to enhance the sporty yet elegant exterior.
Naval architect Francesco Rogantin penned the design to mimic that of a luxury sports car, as seen in the large side arches that connect the cockpit to the superstructure to control the superyacht’s air intake. The stylistic elements inspired by automotive design are also evident in the gull-wing doors either side of the wheelhouse, skylights in the owner’s suite, prominent ventilation grills and side slits.
On board, the owner and up to nine additional guests are made comfortable across five staterooms, including a full-beam owner’s suite located on the main-deck forward furnished to accommodate a relaxation area with sofa and reading chair, vanity space and spacious en-suite bathroom. Access to a private dressing room and office are connected by an owner’s foyer that enhances the use of flowing lines throughout the superyacht’s interior. The remaining guests are housed on the lower-deck, where two large VIP cabins are located aft adjacent to two large single cabins with Pullman beds.
The elegant interior style has been personalised with materials such as precious stones, woods and silks. Dark wood is utilised in a large columned cupboard divider separating the lounge and the dining area - spaces that are both decorated with natural stones throughout.
Luca Dini has refined the layout to accommodate multi-purpose entertainment areas, such as the upper-deck private saloon that can transform into a cinema space thanks to a retractable television. The large full-width aft window opens onto the large private cockpit that is furnished for dining, relaxing and sunbathing.
Guests can also enjoy the large lower-deck beach club and balcony on the sea created once the transom door folds down. Additional balconies located on the main deck fold out to supply guests with additional seating areas.
Agora III is powered by twin 2,000 hp MTUs, providing a top speed of 20 knots or a cruising speed of 18 knots. 12 knots can provide a range of up to 3,500 nautical miles with the ability to reduce noise and vibration as per the owner’s request.
ISA Yachts also has the GT 45 and the Classic 65 currently under construction at its facility in Ancona.