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Atlantis 50

05/2007 –

In the open air


Construction

The Atlantis 50 may not be the biggest in the range but it is certainly the best. This new generation hard top with its intelligently organized deck plan and sleek lines is a major league player.

Above deck
From the outside, the Atlantis 50 is a masterpiece, with a sporty silhouette inspired by her elder sister the Atlantis 55. The lines are clean and rounded, especially over the windshields and hard top bars. The hard top itself is magnificent, with an impressively large glass-covered area. The roof opens electronically and comes with a special coating designed by Saint Gobain to filter ultraviolet light. Beneath the roof, the Atlantis 50 contains a comfortable saloon area facing a well-equipped outdoor kitchen. The rear is also very well designed, with two sundecks separated by access to the bathing platform. The electronic gangway hidden in the deck is very practical for disembarking when in port.

Below Deck
Entirely created by Italian designer Galeazzi, the living quarters are just as impressive as the exterior. The colour scheme is a perfect mix of dark and light shades, producing a brightly lit, zen-like atmosphere. Of the three cabins on board, two are very spacious doubles with sophisticated finishings. The owners cabin in the bow is the only one with a private bathroom, which is also tastefully decorated. In the centre of the boat, there is a saloon to starboard, facing a galley and a shower room, which is directly accessible from the guest cabin but also designed to be used by the third cabin, which has twin beds.

Engines
The Italian shipyard offers two different engine options for the Atlantis 50: 2×715 hp Volvo Diesel, or for maximum power 2×800 hp Volvo, which is said to give speeds of over 50 knots, an excellent performance for this kind of vessel.

More details: www.atlantisyachts.it

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