ATLANTIDE a Philip & Sons Superyacht
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Originally launched by the UK shipyard Philip & Sons in 1930, the classic motor yacht Atlantide (ex Caleta, Ariane, Corisande) is a beautiful 37-metre vessel, with last refit in 2012. Featuring naval architecture by BMT Nigel Gee and A. Mylne, Atlantide superyacht is designed by renowned Ken Freivokh.
|Type/Year:||a Philip & Sons Superyacht/1930|
|Max Speed:||12 knots|
|Engines:||2x230 HP Gardner diesels|
|Cruise Speed:||10.5 knots|
|Builder/Designer:||Philip & Sons, Ken Freivokh Design, Ken Freivokh, BMT Nigel Gee , Alfred Mylne|
A total number of 6 guests can be comfortably accommodated aboard Atlantide superyacht. There is also space for the vessel's highly trained crew of 6 professionals.
Featuring a steel hull and a lovely superstructure made of aluminium and teak, the 37-metre luxury yacht Atlantide (ex Caleta, Ariane, Corisande) is powered by twin 230 HP Gardner diesel engines, reaching a top speed of 12 knots and a cruising speed of 10,5 knots. Lloyd's registered, Atlantide boasts a beam of 5,46m (17'91'') and a maximum draft of 2,71m (8'89'').
Luxury motor yacht Atlantide provides beautiful accommodation to 6 guests in total. She is managed by a professional crew of 6.
Amenities and Extras
We do have available further amenity, owner and price information for the 37m (122') yacht ATLANTIDE, so please enquire for more information.
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Ken Freivokh Design, headed by Ken Freivokh has designed some very famous yachts, such as MALTESE FALCON. The company is '...a multi-disciplinary team renowned for creating unique “out of the box” design solutions. The innovative design team’s methodology involves a careful analysis of the client’s brief, examination of first principles, lateral thinking and formulation of very special designs, always aimed at raising the bar of excellence.'