Built in GRP by US yard Westport to a design by Jack Sarin, she was delivered in 1998 as a Westport 108 model, the forerunner of the current 112 series. The interior accommodates eight guests in a master suite, two doubles and a twin cabin — all with entertainment centres and en-suite bathroom facilities — plus crew quarters for four crew members.
The main saloon has an open-plan design with a formal dining area forward and there is also a dine-in galley with a dinette for informal snacks. Exterior guest areas include a sun deck that hosts a bar, seating area and Jacuzzi. The aft deck is expansive and hosts al fresco dining for eight guests with amenities including comfortable seating for eight, a bar, fridge and a flatscreen television.
She underwent a major refit in 2015 including a complete paint job, a new custom interior by Architectural Interiors, upgraded Garmin electronics plus many more upgrades.
Additional large yacht options include Northern Lights generators, Naiad stabilisers, and a bow thruster. Atlantic is powered by twin MTU 1,525hp engines that can deliver a top speed of 21 knots and cruising speed of 18 knots. At 12 knots she has a maximum cruising range of 2,500 nautical miles.
Atlantic closed within 60 days of having been listed for sale and her asking price was $2,795,000.