ATLANTE’s NOTABLE FEATURES: Masculine and aggressive exterior lines by Nuvolari Lenard ~ Privacy ~ Innovative design features throughout the entire vessel ~ very unique convertible areas and furniture ~ Extensive use of precious marble ~ Fabulous selection of artworks ~ Various dining options both in and out ~ gymnasium ~ spa with massage table and Turkish bath ~ Pool ~ Helicopter landing pad ~ Elevator
ATLANTE’s exterior lines have an aggressive look with military design aspects incorporated, with hard edges representing the overall design. Stepping aboard the yacht via the beach club, one will understand in an instant that the yacht has been made to offer pleasure, comfort, style, safety, fun and entertainment to all spending time aboard.
From the beach club doors to port and starboard will take guests to the well-equipped gymnasium or the spa with a massage table and a Turkish bath. Both sides have a fold-out balcony for additional contact with the sea and surrounding areas.
One of the main features and certainly the most notable, is the use of marble throughout. Unlike on the majority of the super yachts, marble can not only be found in the bathrooms but also decorates the walls or pavements. The most impressive area where marble has been applied is the foyer leading to the owner’s stateroom: here a grey-veined white Calacatta Vagli marble adorned the walls – floor to ceiling.
From the beach club we are taken to the main deck, which is fully convertible depending on the owner’s desire: from tender storage to al fresco seating with settees to cinema or a private saloon. A private and more formal dining area is located forward of the wheelhouse. Here we have a table that rises or lowered at a push of a button, offering a fabulous al fresco dining option.
Accommodation aboard ATLANTE is just as impressive as the rest of the boat. The already mentioned marble corridor leads to the beautifully appointed master suite with contemporary design and unique masculine style. Spreading over the entire beam of the vessel, this suite opens up on the starboard with a sliding desk and a leather table which slides along rails. There is also a large TV with a desk underneath, facing the large bed with luxurious linen. A sofa offer additional possibility to unwind in privacy. At the bow, the suite features a full-beam bathroom with his and hers vanity and a central shower cabin.
The four guest cabins can be found on the lower deck, which is directly attached to the main deck. All staterooms offer their own particular layout but with a similarly styled interior with smoked oak and brushed silver fir tones, white Calacatta Vagli marble and custom made furniture – all designed by Gilles & Boissier. Crew quarters are found on the lower deck forward. For guests convenience, the yacht also features an elevator.
Cruising the port
ATLANTE at Monaco Yacht show 2015
Project CRN 134 during her build, Atlante was designed to exude an image similar to that of a naval vessel, with strong and defined exterior shapes and a purposeful appearance.
With launch in 2015, superyacht ATLANTE is a beautiful 55-metre CRN 134 vessel, built by the well known Italian shipyard, CRN Spa. Luxury motor yacht ATLANTE is designed by multi-award winning Italian design studio, Nuvolari & Lenard. Her interior design is by the CRN Interior & Design department, in cooperation with the Gilles et Boissier architectural studio.
Nuvolari Lenard had already successfully cooperated with the Shipyard on several mega yachts, including 43-metre ‘Magnifica’, 46-metre ‘Clarena’ and ‘Saramour’, and 72-metre ‘Azteca’.
Dan Lenard of Nuvolari-Lenard says that the owner of Atlante wanted the yacht to look aggressive yet still, of course, feature customary relaxation concepts. As he puts it, “This is a high-impact yacht, whose determined military look becomes soft on the sea.”
So, how did Nuvolari-Lenard soften the overall look? Well, when’s the last time you saw fold-open platforms for fun on a rough-and-tumble vessel? Atlante features opening hatches to each side on the main deck for the tenders to launch. If you look closely at the photo above, you can see one of the hatches, just forward of the aft deck. When the toys are offloaded, those same areas can serve the owner’s party as extra aeries over the sea.
Atlante, with a 33’5” (10.2-meter) beam, also shows off a softer side in her bow shape, somewhat rounded at the peak. Then there are the floor-to-ceiling panes of glass lining the main deck and upper decks.
Link to the 2018 Monaco yacht show click here to see the Super yachts