Penned by Italian studio Hot Lab, both models embrace stylistic, planning and functional aspects to thrive while cruising, a truth evident in its nostalgic hull silhouette and its stern area – the latter only 50 centimetres above water level and includes a large, panoramic swimming pool.
The Atlantique 37 is notably more compact than other Atlantique models and comes in at a volume of less than 300 gt. Below deck, the layout includes four double cabins with ensuite, while the owner cabin is on the main deck forward. There are two dining areas included in the model, one outdoor on the main deck and another on the upper deck.
The first garage for the 4.45-metre tender is located on the right side, while the forward hangar is to house a second 3.25-metre tender as well as the rescue boat.
The inclusion of two MAN 1400 hp engines ensures a maximum speed of 15 knots and a cruising speed of 13 knots.
The Atlantique 55, which is Atlantique line’s flagship, represents a symbiosis of multiple innovations. For example, with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, the 55-metre model offers a comfortable 900 gt and includes a layout spread over four decks.
The convivial area on the main deck aft has been designed to achieve maximum comfort, made possible by the three levels of the cockpit sloping down to the sea.
These three spaces include a large swimming pool, the living area and a bar area near the main hall’s entrance.
The main deck is available in two layouts, both featuring an owner’s cabin forward. Here, owners are afforded the choice of a gym with a private balcony, or a fifth VIP cabin and a private balcony in the owner cabin.
Below deck are four double cabins with ensuites while seven crew cabins ensure space for all 13 crew members.
The second pool is on the sun deck, while tenders and jetskis are stowed in the forward garage.
The announcement comes less than three months after reports that the first Atlantique 43 hull was sold to a European client.