The largest and probably the most impressive yacht ever made by ISA Yacht is named OKTO, and it measures 216 feet in length. It features an elegant black hull as well as a silvery superstructure, and it was delivered to its owner in July 2014. Sketched out by Andrea Vallicelli, the vessel’s exterior looks almost like that of a racecar, but it flaunts curved shapes that balance out the sporty look.
As for the interior, it was envisioned by Alberto Pinto, and it offers plenty of opportunities for relaxation and entertainment on the bridge deck. The deck above features a sundeck, a private sunbathing area with a Jacuzzi and a private gymnasium that was fitted with large windows and a skylight. The materials used for the finishes include brushed and polished metals as well as dark wood paneling, all of which add a welcomed touch of sophistication.
As far as accommodations are concerned, the lavish master suite is flanked by a VIP cabin, while the lower deck comprises four additional guest cabins, each boasting its own en suite facilities and unique color schemes. Overall, OKTO offers enough space for 11 guests.
Power-wise, the vessel can go as fast as 19 knots, but in order to reach a transoceanic range of 6,800 nm, the speed needs to be reduced to 13 knots. The yacht’s CAT 3512C engines are perfectly suited for the job, though.