Meet Mondomarine's M42 Atlas

Mondomarine's new 138-foot superyacht in the works.

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Mondomarine first unveiled the Atlas at FLIBS 2016.Courtesy Mondomarine

Italian builder Mondomarine released a new design for a 138-foot superyacht developed in collaboration with Northrop & Johnson.

Atlas will be built for long-range cruising and is designed by Gregory Marshall. Named after the mythological god that holds the globe on his shoulders, the build goal is to create a go-anywhere yacht.

Atlas is a tri-deck explorer yacht and will have a pool aft, a hot tub forward and vast outdoor lounging space.

Her interior will include five staterooms, which can be arranged myriad ways, as per the owner's desires. The master has an option for a his-and-her head, and two staterooms belowdecks can be combined to create a voluminous VIP. All staterooms have en-suite heads and will have large windows to allow in natural light, according to Mondomarine. Her five staterooms can accommodate 10 guests.

Toys for everyone: Atlas will have a 27-foot 5-inch tender, a 3-person submarine, a crew tender, full dive gear, inflatables and fishing gear.

Where to purchase her: Head to the Northrop & Johnson website.

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Atlas has a variety of spaces for outdoor activities. Perhaps a swim?Courtesy Northrop & Johnson
Mondomarine, M42 Atlas, Superyacht, Northrop & Johnson
The M42 Atlas is 138 feet LOA with a 28-foot beam.Courtesy Northrop & Johnson