Perfectly as scheduled, on a rainy morning in mid-May ISA launched the elegant motor yacht Mary-Jean II.
This motor yacht Mary Jean II, designed and built by ISA, 60 metre long with a beam of 12 metres, has been launched at the presence of the owners, Yachting Partners International, who have project managed the construction on the owner’s behalf, the interior designer, Mark Berryman and some of Ancona’s main authorities in addition to ISA’s top management, employees, workers, families and friends.
The 60 metre motor yacht Mary Jean II painted in Aristo hull and Oyster white is simply stunning, a masterpiece of elegance and style, both on the exterior and on the interior design. This beautiful displacement motor yacht utilizes the latest technology, design and Italian craftsmanship. She boasts very elegant lines with an impressive stern. Like any ISA project, the new 60 – metre motor yacht Mary Jean II stands out for its perfect harmony between stretched lines and extremely spacious and comfortable internal areas.
The interior of the superyacht Mary-Jean II, designed by Mark Berryman, has a clean cut contemporary appearance with teak flooring and bulkhead panels acting as a backdrop. Other tactile materials such as the split bamboo panelling and rustic limestone mosaics invite guests to touch and explore different areas onboard the boat. MB finds it important to get the guests/users of an interior space, thinking about their surroundings.
Although the interior has modern, contemporary overtones, there is a feeling of classical elements in certain areas onboard of Mary Jean II, as the boat will be ideally suited to charter market, as she boasts six guest cabins with a relaxed comfortable interior.
The teak backdrop throughout the Mary-Jean II yacht has been punctuated with the introduction of a contrasting wengé wood. Most fabrics are quite neutral in appearance and then accented by more vibrant colours introduced by the Owner’s artwork and complimentary coloured scatter cushions. MB always feels that using and approach like this will help the interior to appeal to a wide variety of tastes (essential for the charter market). It may not be to everyone’s liking, but it does not offend.
With steel hull and aluminium superstructure, the new ISA 600 motoryacht Mary Jean II is built up on 5 decks. Thanks to 2 Caterpillar 3512 C DITA-SCAC diesel engines , this gem of a mega yacht has a max speed of 16 knots and a cruising speed of 15 knots.
The yacht will be delivered to her Owners in early July and will be exhibited at the imminent edition of the Monaco Yacht Show.