The 74m VICTORY OF ATLANTIC is a radical styled motor yacht concept by Álvaro Aparicio de León

The very stylish yacht concept has five decks and a very big aft deck with a big pool in the size of 6 x 4 meters. Other key features are a wine cellar developed by Rehoboam and the owner’s deck with an 180-degree sea view and a private terrace.

The yacht can host 12 – 14 guests in total in seven cabins. There is an owner’s area, two VIP cabins on the lower deck (can be transformed into one full beam suite) with folding platforms for easy sea access and four guest cabins on the main deck. There is space for a crew of 20 to serve yacht and guest.

Designer’s comment:

“This is a comfortable superyacht that can reach any destination its owner chooses. I expect a top speed of 18 knots and cruising speed of 14 knots. But it will be tailored to the client’s needs. For seaworthiness and bigger inner space, the yacht has been given a vertical bow.”

The main deck of VICTORY OF ATLANTIC was designed to bring the outside to the inside thanks to big glass sliding and folding doors. The touch and go helicopter deck on the bow can be converted into an entertainment area.

Alongside the pool, the stern area has also a big beach club area and storage for two tenders up to 9.5 meters.

Dariel DLimo 9,5 that recently has been chosen as tender for two CRNs – Chopi Chopi and newest Yalla – will suit the V+A perfectly, says Aparicio de León. Clearly, it’s not the only one.”

Motor Yacht Design Victory of Atlantic