Italian yacht designer Marco Ferrari unveiled project ATLANTICO - a 77m full-alumium vessel.

ATLANTICO has a very sporty look with sharp lines and a low profile. As a lightweight aluminum construction, the hull saves some weight and helps the diesel-electric propulsion to reach a maximum speed of 24 knots – moreover, a low draft of 3.20m.

The private owners’ deck contains the stateroom, art gallery, and bathroom including shower and bathtub. Furthermore, the outside space includes a private lounge, Jacuzzi, and direct access to the touch-and-go helipad. When a helicopter is currently not needed, it turns into a cinema.

The bridge deck features a glassed gym to train also during bad weather. The outside area is flexible to enjoy sunbathing or getting the gym outside. More sunbeds are on the sundeck together with a 5 x 2.5m infinity pool. Alongside the wheelhouse, the bridge deck also includes the captain’s cabin for short ways.

ATLANTICO has accommodation for twelve guests in six cabins on the main deck, while a crew of 18 is on the lower deck. The crew area forward includes the mess, the galley, a hospital cabin, crew gym, two single cabins, and six double cabins. Moreover, the crew area has direct access to the engine room and the technical area on under lower deck. A glass elevator connects all decks.

Another pool can is at the beach club with a length of 7 meters. A glass door allows access to the fixed platform. There are also fold-out terraces to support easy access to the water.

The tender garage amidships welcomes two tenders up to 10 meters, watersports, and diving equipment. Under the main deck is a 6m rescue tender.

ATLANTICO has been shortlisted at the Yacht & Aviation Awards 2020.

Atlantico Marco Ferrari Yacht Design

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