Sunday, December 15, 2013

ISA Yachts - Busy For The Winter

This winter ISA Yachts will have several of the megayachts they've delivered over the past number of years back at their yard in Ancona, Italy for maintenance and refit work. At the moment they have four megayachts that were delivered between 2007 and 2012 back at the yard, with three of them seen in the above image. Its a wonderful sight to see megayachts return back to their birth place for yard periods, which must say something about the Italian yard and their quality of service.

The megayachts that are back at the ISA facility over the winter are:
  • Gemini, 36m (120ft), delivered in 2007
  • Alexandar V, 48m (157ft), delivered in 2008
  • Mary Jean II, 60m (197ft), delivered in 2010
  • Belle Anna, 50m (164ft), delivered in 2012
Ewan Paterson, Captain of Mary Jean II said "There is no better yard for the maintenance works than the yard that built the megayacht". Ewan is right on the button with his analogy, as yards that have built the megayachts know them inside-out so that the work can be completed efficient and in a faster time. The captains and owners will also know that the best people will be working on their megayacht.

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