Atlantis Yachts’ Small, Sporty New Model

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    Cockpit Photo by Juan Carlos Ortola
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  • Photo by Juan Carlos Ortola
  • Photo by Juan Carlos Ortola
  • Photo by Juan Carlos Ortola
  • Photo by Juan Carlos Ortola

With a length of 34 feet, the Atlantis 34 is the smallest model to date from Atlantis Yachts, but what the new boat lacks in size it makes up for in sportiness. The Atlantis 34 echoes elements of the company’s larger models, with athletic, even muscular styling, and boasts a top speed of 32 knots thanks to twin Volvo Penta D3 stern-drive engines. Also like other Atlantis models, the new boat emphasizes outdoor exposure, with a sun pad at the bow and a seating-and-dining area aft that converts to another sun pad. The cockpit’s sunroof is equipped with a manual soft top to provide a bit of shade when desired. The vessel is also outfitted with a nearly 27-square-foot swim platform, which can hold an 8-foot tender. The interior stays true to the spirit of the larger Atlantis models, as well: It is adorned with oak wood and lacquered insets. Come nighttime, the V-shaped dining area doubles as a berth, complementing the double cabin. (www.atlantisyachts.it)

 

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