64.50m 212 ft | 2010 | 12 Guests | 6 Cabins | 12 Crew
Today, the new ATLANTIC carries on this extraordinary legacy, being a faithful and authentic reproduction of the original. Modern systems and equipment have been installed to satisfy the current regulations on safety at sea, communications, and various entertainment and comfort aspects of life on board. But looking at photos of the original ATLANTIC, and her current day namesake, it is hard to spot significant differences between the two.
Beautifully clean decks reflect the yacht’s racing capability but also create the perfect place to enjoy both this vessel and the world around you. The teak laid deck is broken up by the various skylights that allow light to enter the rich and beautifully finished six cabin interior. The master cabin is worthy of the name with its mix of space, grandeur and an impressive en suite. A classical dining room is another feature, along with a salon that might provide the setting for world’s most atmospheric nightcap.
Full crew quarters include an impressive galley.
The ATLANTIC set the record for the transatlantic crossing at 12 days, 4 hours and 1 minute. A mono-hull record that would stand for 100 years. The schooner was the quintessential cruiser/racer. She could do 17 knots on her steam engine of 400hp, weighing 30 tons including boiler, excluding fuel. Two generators provided for electricity. She had heating, refrigeration, and water heaters. The lobby was executed in marble and the interior was fitted out with the finest mahogany panelling. There were large and luxurious tiled bathrooms (with bath tub) and a large galley.
AT A GLANCE
Latest photos of Atlantic
|Length||64.50m 212 ft|
|Beam||8.85m 29 ft|
|Draft||5m 16 ft|
|Builder||Van Der Graaf BV|
|Exterior designer||William Gardner|
|Engines||1 x Yanmar (828HP)|
|Cruising speed||10.5 Knots|
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