Built in GRP by US yard Christensen, Atlantica was delivered in 2000. She was thoroughly refitted in 2012 and, ABS classed, she has a stylish interior by Donald Starkey featuring elegant raised panel mahogany bulkheads and a large main saloon with overstuffed couches facing a pop up television and entertainment centre.
Another great entertainment area is the sky lounge on the upper deck, featuring a bar, comfortable couches and a projection movie screen with full audio/visual facilities including a karaoke machine. Outdoor areas are plentiful and include al fresco dining for 12 on the main aft deck, a casual seating area and bar on the upper aft deck, and a huge sun deck incorporating seating, a Jacuzzi tub, bar, barbecue and sun pads.
The major refit in 2012/2013 included new exterior paint, new interior soft goods, VSAT system, and carpeting. Large yacht options aboard include Naiad stabilisers, a new bow thruster, triple generators and two watermakers.
Accommodation is for up to 12 guests in five cabins consisting of a master suite, three doubles and a twin cabin plus two Pullman berths. All cabins have full en suite bathroom facilities. Powered by Detroit MTU 16V2000 engines along with 15,000 gallons of fuel, she has an extended range of 4,000 miles.
Previously a popular charter yacht, Atlantica will now revert to private use.
Atlantica was asking $7,995,000.