UV II by ISA Yachts has been designed by Enrico Gobbi - Team for Design (exterior) and Luca Dini (interior). Naval architecture was done in-house by the shipyard.

The interior spaces are characterized by large windows that can be opened on all decks and a harmonious color palette in shades of gold, sand, and turquoise. The floors are made of natural oak laid with an irregular pattern, giving a sense of lightness to every area. Sections of light oak wood slats mounted on bands of black lacquered wood have been inserted into the walls and ceilings, adding richness to the interior while maintaining a balanced aesthetic.

Below the deck are four VIP cabins, two with twin beds that can be joined together and two with double beds, all equipped with private bathrooms. The beach club at the stern is furnished with chaise lounges, armchairs, and a bathroom. The crew area is forward and can accommodate up to eight people in four cabins with bathrooms. There is also a comfortable dining area with an adjoining laundry.

The large owner cabin, located on the main deck forward, features an entrance hall with a sofa and TV, a bathroom with a double sink, and a walk-in wardrobe. One unique feature of this area is the direct access to the forward outdoor lounge via a private staircase.

The main saloon has a large L-shaped sofa, two armchairs with a golden aluminum structure, and a coffee table. Two back-lit sides with a metal front decorated with a geometric motif add a pop touch to the room. On the main deck, the spacious external cockpit features a semicircle configuration of structural sofas with side tables. Shades of grey combined with emerald and acid green create a youthful and fresh environment. The large swimming pool is covered in silver-colored mosaic.

The forward upper deck accommodates the helm station and the Captain’s cabin, while in the middle of the ship, there is a circular dining area with windows that open 180° onto the cockpit. The cockpit has sofas, armchairs, two coffee tables, and several poufs.

The fly deck has been designed as a secondary, more casual dining area and includes a bar area, a round table that can be expanded to seat up to 10 people, and a sundeck.

The ISA GT 45 features a steel hull and aluminum superstructure. It is powered by two CAT C32 ACERT engines, each with a horsepower of 1300, allowing for a top speed of 15.4 knots and a cruising speed of 14 knots.

The 5-meter tender is stored in the side-opening starboard garage on the lower deck. There is a rescue boat at the bow, and both jet skis kept in the hangar can be launched using a hydraulic crane.