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In the year of its 10th anniversary (ISA was founded in May 2001), ISA is extremely proud to announce that its 60m motor yacht MARY-JEAN II won the WORLD SUPERYACHT AWARD as BEST MOTOR YACHT IN THE 50-60M category.

 ISA 60.5m Mary-Jean II was chosen by the eminent jury, composed by super yacht owners and renowned specialists in the sectors, in one of the most competitive category where 9 excellent motor yachts were shortlisted, such as Addiction (Amels), Baraka (Proteksan-Tourquoise Yachts), Bel Abri (Amels), Family Day (Codecasa), Kahalani (Feadship), ISA 63M (ISA), Sky (Heesen) and Solemates (Lürssen).
  Of course, a further reasons of great satisfaction for ISA was having its two latest superyacht shortlisted for such an significant award, even though it was a shame having them in the same category… ISA went on stage to collect the award with YPI, of course, with which the Mary-Jean II is listed for charter, and Mark Berryman, the interior designer.
  Mary-Jean II, designed by ISA’s in-house naval architects together with Mark Berryman signing the interior project, is a very elegant and eye-catching steel-aluminium custom motoryacht. Launched last Summer, she immediately attracted the insiders’ attention for her top-quality standards at the Monaco yacht Show where she was displayed. Another confirmatory aspect was the large press coverage that she produced… thus meaning that success was already in her DNA. Winning the prestigious “Neptune” statue means fulfilling a dream for ISA, which has been seriously working for ten years trying to give its customers the best possible products, and apparently it worked.

Specification Mary-Jean II

LOA – 61.7m
LWL – 55m
Beam – 12m
Draught – 3.2m
Displacement – 1009t
Engines – 2 x Caterpillar 3512HD HP: 2541
RPM: 1800
Speed (max) – 17 knots
Range at 11 kts – 5460nm
Fuel capacity – 112 tonnes
Stabilisers – 4 x Fin Quantum QC1500 zero speed
Generators – 3 x CAT C9 190kW
Freshwater capacity – 25 tonnes
Owners and guest – 12
Crew – 14
Hull – high tensile steel alloy высокий растяжимый стальной сплав
Superstructure – Aluminium alloy
Classification – Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, 100A1 SSC Yacht (p), Mono G6 Maltese Cross, LMC, UMS
Exterior styling and Naval Architect – ISA
Interior design – Mark Berryman