Launch of the new Jeanneau Yachts 65 by Philippe Briand

Inside 65m Resilience of ISA

The 65 meter ISA Classic motor yacht Resilience was completed at the Palumbo Superyachts shipyard in Ancona. The yacht spans all 6 decks, her exterior and interior design was developed by the design team Enrico Gobbi while the technical team of Palumbo Superyachts were the naval architects. Edmiston and RGB Marine oversaw the project on behalf of the owner and acted as the owner’s representatives. Videoworks has created the most sophisticated technologies for home entertainment, audio/video, lighting and home automation on the Resilience 65m. Constructed of steel and aluminum, the yacht’s interior layout features six cabins with a seventh convertible, including a full-width owner’s suite located on the main forward deck. Measuring over 1400 GT, Resilience has huge volumes and clever design. “Nothing is left to chance in this design. Even the two-tone blue and white exterior paint has been designed for the same purpose as the black portholes, which is to give the yacht a streamlined and dynamic profile from bow to stern on the entire length of the hull.Another distinctive feature that lightens its shape and makes it more elegant is the design of the mast, with two large wings supporting the satellite domes and further lengthening the profile.The interior design has been studied in collaboration with Carlo Lionetti co-director of interiors for Team for Design on Resilience.We wanted to express a modern and refined style showing an equally meticulous attention to the use of steel and to detail in general”, comments Enrico Gobbi of Team for Design. From the lower deck, the 4×4 meter transom door lines up flush with the platform pool when lowered, which, combined with the two open side doors, transforms the entire area into a beach club with a extent of more than 180 m². Versatility and lighting effects are the key elements of this part of the lower deck, which consists of a lounge area, bar, showers, gym, sauna, massage room and a reception area for the embarkation/disembarkation of guests from the annexes. The beach club has three different accesses to the rest of the yacht: an exterior staircase from the aft deck, an interior staircase to the right of the massage area, and a panoramic corridor passing through a transparent glass enclosure which, passing through the engine room , directly connects the beach club to the lower deck lobby and guest cabins. The lower deck has four large guest cabins connected to the main deck by a circular staircase. This staircase connects all decks and features a stunning installation of glass jellyfish in different colors (designed by Arch. Gobbi and made by Preciosa) that accompanies the view skyward. A tribute to the sea, this work of art symbolizes the vastness of the ocean and the harmony of forms and movement and is magnificent when lit up at night. The large main living and dining room, with large sofas and a dining table for 12 people has been designed with doors that open on all sides so that when they are all open they can also form a contiguous part of the rear pool area. The sliding partition doors between the living room and the dining room allow these spaces to be combined into one large room or separated, making the whole space extremely flexible depending on the required use. The 6 meter long swimming pool located at the back and equipped for swimming against the current is certainly a scenic element. The cockpit is completed by a large C-shaped sofa with a coffee table and a forward sofa. The foredeck deck accommodates the built-in bridge with separate radio room, the captain’s cabin and the sixth VIP cabin with private sundeck. Towards the stern is a comfortable and very private owner’s office with a sundeck and bathroom. After the hall, there is the very spacious sky lounge. It has comfortable sofas designed for lounging and watching movies, and a bar with a marvelous transparent Edelweiss grand piano. The sundeck has a hinged system of pocketed door openings that can either fully open this deck or close it and cool it in the midsection for use in inclement or very hot weather. Starting from the bow, the secluded mosaic hot tub allows guests to fully enjoy moments of relaxation, with large sun pads alongside and an outdoor shower for rinsing off. A set of semi-circular glass doors in the interior under the hardtop provides access to the hall staircase, then through a second sliding door we reach the terrace lounge and dining areas. These are naturally lit by the two symmetrical side fanlights, one above the dining table (for 12 guests), and the other above the relaxation area. custom-made circular fireplace in crackled glass and polished stainless steel. Here there are also more sunbathing areas and a large barbecue area. Above the main terrace, Resilience has another terrace: the observatory terrace. This provides a very private sunbathing area and a small coffee table with chairs where guests can enjoy a unique panoramic view in complete privacy and peace. Equipment on board includes two jet skis, a 27ft guest tender and a 19ft crew tender. 2 MTU 12V engines of 1500kW each reach a maximum speed of 17.5 knots, cruise at 14 knots and offer a range of 5500 nautical miles at 11 knots. Resilience is available for hire through Edmiston. Palumbo Superyachts took root in 2008, when the Columbus Yachts brand was established, and in 2011 launched its first 54m superyacht, iconically christened Prima (the first). Currently, Palumbo Superyachts includes a representative office in Monaco and a logistics network of five shipyards in the Mediterranean (Ancona, Malta, Marseille, Naples and Savona); it also operates the following brands: ISA Yachts, Columbus Yachts, Mondomarine and Palumbo SY Refit.Credits: @blueiprod; Tom van Oossanen/courtesy ISA Yachts

June 14, 2022

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