Turkish yard Turquoise Yachts has revealed an 84 metre superyacht named Project Atlas.
Designed inside and out by UK studio Harrison Eidsgaard, Project Atlas features a steel hull, aluminium superstructure and “progressive but timeless exterior”, according to the yard.
Centered around privacy and long stays on board, Project Atlas is based on the builder’s 80m platform with an additional central lift shaft and tender garage forward of the lower deck. The garage is large enough to hold a 10m tender, second 8.5m tender, 7m crew tender and two Jet Skis.
The exterior includes a number of full-height windows, allowing plentiful natural light into the open interior and is designed around two key al fresco areas; the beach club and expansive sun deck.
Located aft of the lower deck, the beach club seamlessly connects with the raised rotunda seating and lounge on the main deck above. Folding platforms open the 75sqm beach club to port and starboard while a 9m x 3m swimming pool is flanked by sun beds. When night falls, the beach club can be transformed into a cinema thanks to an inbuilt projector and large seating area.
On top, the sun deck is split into two different areas, with a Jacuzzi forward and bar and dining area aft. The sun deck can be accessed via two outside staircases as well as a separate interior elevator and atrium staircase.
The massive 2300GT interior is available in two different configurations, the “penthouse version” and “foredeck version”. The owner’s suite in the penthouse version includes a private lounge plus six additional guest cabins. The foredeck version meanwhile features an owner’s suite without a private lounge, six guest cabins and an extra “multipurpose cabin”. The crew quarters in both configurations comprises 14 staff cabins, including a dedicated captain’s cabin.
Power will come from four 200 ekW C9 DITA Caterpillar engines for a top speed of 17 knots.