Launch of ISA yachts Resilience last September, but now we’re finally going to take a look on the inside the super yacht.

The 213-footer, which is one of the yard’s Classic models, offers the interiors of an upscale hotel. Named after the resilience demonstrated throughout the pandemic, the vessel was penned by Team for Design’s Enrico Gobbi and features naval architecture by Team Palumbo Superyachts.

Built at the Ancona shipyard of Palumbo, Resilience sports a steel hull and aluminum superstructure that have been finished in a stylish navy blue and white colourway. She has a dynamic profile with a razor-sharp bow that allows her to cut through the waves.

The spiral staircase doubles as an art installation.

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It’s what’s inside the ship that really stands out, though. With a huge interior volume of over 1,4000 GT, the yacht’s living quarters are furnished with beautiful designer pieces and offer ample space for entertaining. The six decks are connected by a circular staircase that doubles as an art installation featuring striking glass jellyfish made by Preciosa.

From the lower deck there are four large guest cabins and eight crew cabins. There’s also a nearly 2,000-square-foot beach club that includes a swim platform, lounge, bar, gym, sauna, and massage room. Club highlights include strategically placed LEDs, a bar decorated with Murano glass, and a unique veneered ceiling that showcases the pool above.

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The owner’s suite features a giant custom chandelier.

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The main deck is dedicated to a full-width owner’s suite, which features folding sundecks on both sides, a bespoke crystal chandelier (again) by Preciosa, and contemporary furnishings by Palissandro. Elsewhere on this level, there is a convertible service cabin, a stainless steel galley, a large main saloon and a dining room. This area flows into a large swimming pool at the back.

The bridge deck, on the other hand, includes a captain’s cabin, a VIP suite with a private terrace and an owner’s office with another terrace and a bathroom. There’s also an outdoor dining area with custom Vaar chairs and an outdoor cinema with a hidden flat screen. From here you can access the sky lounge which comes with its own self-playing Edelweiss grand piano.

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The Sky Lounge is equipped with a self-playing grand piano.

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Not to be outdone, the solarium is equipped with a mosaic Jacuzzi, large sunbathing areas, an outdoor shower and a dining area. This leads to the aft cockpit, which offers a custom fireplace and large grilling area. Above, the observatory offers a sunbathing area with a panoramic view.

As for water toys, the large forward garage can store two jet skis, a 27ft guest tender and a 19ft crew tender. Of course, there are cranes to help you get everything into the water.

Well Named, Resilience has a lot of power. The superyacht is fitted with two 1,500 kW MTU engines which give her a top speed of 17.5 knots and a cruising speed of 14 knots. It can also travel some 5,500 nautical miles at 11 knots.

The best of all, Resilience is available for rent via Edmonton– so you can check out these interiors for yourself.

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