For a mid-sea party on demand – This 130-foot luxury Catamaran comes with a massive fold-out beach club


If you’re into luxury yachts, here’s presenting the mother of them all! We’re talking about a 130-foot (40-meter) vessel designed to offer an incredible sense of space, stunning views, and a luxurious experience at sea with a massive fold-out beach club – the ISA Zeffiro 130 Catamaran. Yes, that’s right!


Conceptualized by the Berret-Racoupeau Yacht Design team, the vessel features a 13.1-meter beam that maximizes living space on board. It houses four VIP double cabins found on the lower deck, as well as an impressive full beam consisting of the main deck owner’s stateroom.
The suite is complete with a king-size bed, private lounge, spacious walk-in closet, desk, and 180-degree panoramic glazing, which provides views of the cockpit and its Jacuzzi. The main deck comprises 200 square meters of living space, boasting Isabelle Racoupeau’s classy aesthetic.

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On the lower deck, one can find an 80 square-meter flybridge with a dedicated space for sunbathing, an alfresco area with a bar shaded by a hard-top bimini. It also features storage for water toys and tender at the bow with two large engine rooms in the aft area adjacent to the beach club, which folds out into an immersive space for guests.

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Commenting on it, Giuseppe Palumbo, CEO of Palumbo Superyachts, said, “Stemming from the brilliant work of the seasoned French team from Berret-Racoupeau Yacht Design, we strongly believe ISA Zeffiro 130 can really make a statement to the yachting arena. The decision to diversify our ISA Yachts brand offering came from a careful analysis aimed at positioning ourselves at the high-end of the power catamaran market.”

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The ISA Zeffiro 130 offers a range of 3,700 nautical miles and smooth and safe cruising even in unpredictable weather – credited mainly to its two hulls with no need for stabilizers. Its shallow draft further allows for cruising at almost any depth. Well, talk about a yacht par excellence!

[Via: Isayachts]

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