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Atlas Concept Yacht by Ferrari Franchi Design

Originally envisioned and designed by Marco Ferrari, Atlas Yacht offers modern and elegant design. Featuring L.O.A of 91m, this concept yacht presents pretty large outside areas for an amazing entertainment, not to mention an incredible line-up of tender and toys.

The main deck features a saloon with a great lounge area, providing guests with jaw-dropping sea view, directly from the dining table. At the aft, there’s an infinity pool of 6,7x4m that creates a nice space for entertainment, including a direct access to the sea and beach club. The lower deck houses another lounge area and a bar, a gym, and a tender garage. It also features foldable balconies with direct access to the sea. Inside the garage, there are two of 10m limo tender replica, a 5m speedster, a submersible, and four jetskis, pretty awesome, right? This yacht is fully packed with water entertainment.

Designer : Ferrari Franchi Design

Atlas Yacht by Ferrari Franchi Design

Atlas Yacht by Ferrari Franchi Design

There’s an additional 6,5m RHIB (rigid-hulled inflatable boat) located at the bow with the opening on the helipad, forward of the enclosed mooring on the main deck. The main deck also features 4 custom-built guest cabins, including a VIP cabin with en suite, a media room, and a cinema.

Inside the owner deck, it has another VIP cabin and Master cabin, both have 180-degree forward view, double bathroom and dressing, office, and a private Jacuzzi with sunbeds. Both of these cabins have direct access to the helipad. The bridge deck features enclosed saloon as addition to the great exterior space. The sundeck has been designed with an enclosed area, dedicated for sauna and massage.

Atlas Yacht by Ferrari Franchi Design

Atlas Yacht by Ferrari Franchi Design

Atlas Yacht specifications:
L.O.A.: 91 m (298,55 ft)
Bmax: 14,2 m (46,5 ft)
Draught: 3,8 m (12,4 ft)
Max speed: 18 kn
Hull material: Steel
Superstructure material: Aluminium
Displacement: abt. 3000 GT
Guests: 14
Crew: 26

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