Atlantide – 122′ – 1930

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Widely recognized as one of the most stunningly beautiful and photographed classic yachts, Atlantide’s glamour has sustained her rich history. Owned by some of the most celebrated yachtsmen of their time, Atlantide is a gentleman’s yacht for the romantique. One of the “Little Ships” in the Battle of Dunkirk, she is among the privileged few honored to fly St. George’s Cross. Restored and completely rebuilt numerous times over her lifetime, her latest total restoration has reached a new pinnacle in artistry and craftsmanship of the Art Deco genre. A showcase of museum quality and priceless Lalique furniture, glass panels and sculptures, Atlantide’s interior celebrates the 1930’s heyday

Atlantide was re-launched in 1999 as the world’s most elegantly detailed expedition yacht with a proper sailplan on two spars, including a square sail for downwind and capability of 7 knots under sail alone! With her Vosper stabilizers and a range of 3,250 miles, she has regularly sailed trans-Atlantic and voyaged from the Norwegian Fjords to the rocky coast of British Columbia.

She is presently in Camden, Maine in turn-key condition, having had additional refits from 2013-2015 maintaining and improving all systems to ‘state of the art’. Atlantide is ready to voyage the oceans of the world and be showcased at classic regattas with her charge.

 

Specifications

Type
Custom Expedition Motorsailer
Naval Architect
Alfred Mylne
Interior Design
Ken Feivokh Design
Shipyard
Philip & Son LTD
Year
1930
Flag
USA
LOA
37.19 m
Beam
5.44 m
Draft
2.79 m
Hull material
Steel
Engine
2 x Gardiner, 8L3B, 255 HP
Cabins
3
Guests
6
Location
Maine United States
$ 5.495.000 USD