Yacht designer Marco Ferrari has released details of his latest concept; the 77.5 metre Atlantico.
The all-aluminium yacht design features plentiful outside areas. These include the beach club, which is located aft of the lower deck and features a wide stern platform, bar, folding terraces and an enclosed seven-metre swimming pool.
Al fresco entertaining and lounging areas are found on both the bridge deck and sundeck, the latter of which also features an infinity pool.
The 1750GT interior meanwhile includes a main saloon divided into a sitting room and dining area with sweeping views of the ocean.
Accommodation on board is for a total of 14 guests across six cabins on the main deck, while the owner’s private apartment is located on the dedicated owner’s deck. This comprises a master suite, private studio, art gallery, dressing room and an ensuite equipped with two showers and a bath.
The exterior private terrace meanwhile features a lounge, Jacuzzi and helipad, which doubles up as an outside cinema when not in use.
The crew area, which includes a galley, crew mess, lounge and gym, sits forward of the lower deck. The accommodation quarters allow for a staff of 18, including the captain and comprise two single cabins, six double cabins and a hospital cabin linked with the engine room. The captain’s cabin meanwhile is located forward of the wheelhouse. All interior decks are linked with a glass elevator.
Atlantico would also feature two tender garages; one large enough to hold two 10 metre tenders, as well as jet skis and diving equipment, and a second garage for a six metre rescue tender.
Power will come from a diesel-electric propulsion package for a projected top speed of 24 knots.