Turkish yard Alia Yachts has released new images of its 27 metre chase boat Atlantico.
The yacht, which now serves the 55 metre CRN superyacht Atlante, was built to a full-aluminium design by Stefano Pastrovich. Atlantico was delivered last year and specifically designed to “echo” the profile of the mothership.
Key features include aft bulwarks, which fold down to extend the main deck beach club and maximise contact with the sea.
Elsewhere, Atlantico features large windows, continuous teak decking and a “minimalist, open plan interior”.
“We wanted to recereate the freedom offered by a residential loft apartment, where the owner can give space to his own creativity by choosing to change the layout or modifying his décor and function," Pastrovich said.
Accommodation is for four guests in two “stylish” cabins, while three Volvo Penta IPS engines provide a top speed of 28 knots.
Speaking about the design, Pastrovich said: "Atlantico is the result of long research and development work. It is the answer to the question: how can yacht design best meet the needs of modern owners?"
Alia Yachts president Gokhan Celik previously said: “This is a very cool full-aluminium yacht. The owner wants to use it as a fast day boat for exploring remote places or accessing secluded beaches.”