Atlantic Yacht and Ship, in conjunction with the HeySea shipyard, has announced the arrival of the Atlantic 115 in Florida this summer. The yacht is a raised pilothouse design that was penned by Jure Bukavec with the American market in mind. The interior was done by H2 Yacht Design of London.
Features that should be a hit in the domestic market include large windows throughout to maximize interior lighting and give the interior an open and airy feeling, a beach club aft, stabilization mechanisms and an extra-wide beam of 26 feet.
Atlantic is putting over 100,000 hours worth of construction into each yacht, to ensure that all of the details, such as weight distribution and fit and finish, were nailed. Prospective buyers can expect to see the same quality on the 115 as on recent Atlantic launches like King Baby and Serenity.
Atlantic worked with many top charter captains to formulate a boat with features that will appeal to potential charter guests. The 115 will have a 20-knot cruise speed with twin 1,800 hp Caterpillar C32 Acerts. She will also have a 5-foot, 8-inch draft that is friendly to the skinny waters of the Bahamas and Florida’s west coast.
The Atlantic 115 has a standard five-stateroom layout with the master on the main deck that features a private terrace and 270-degree views. The guest cabins are on the accommodations level. A six-cabin layout is also available should the owner envision hosting larger parties.
Other onboard features that charter guests and owners alike will appreciate include an OpacMare Transformer that hydraulically elevates and lowers to make swimming, scuba diving and tender deployment easier. The flybridge is also blessed with a Jacuzzi that will no doubt be a favorite of many as the Atlantic 115 powers through the tropical climes she was expressly designed to enjoy.
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