The 180-foot-long Atlante superyacht was unveiled in 2015 during the Monaco Yacht Show, and it was created by an Italian shipyard named CRN. Its imposing exterior design is the work of Studio Nuvolari Lenard, while its stunning interior was sketched out by Gilles & Boissier Interior Design. As with most modern superyachts, this one was created in close collaboration with its owner, just to make sure that everything would turn out according to his expectations.
One of his requests was that the handrails would be made out if polished steel because he liked the way this particular material reflects natural light. Wide open spaces were also requested specifically, but this is something that pretty much any luxurious yacht includes nowadays. The interior features a masculine color scheme based on dark, sophisticated tones of black and brown. Verona and Carrara marble pieces go nicely with smoked oak and brushed fir elements that give off a very elegant vibe.
Up to 12 guests can be accommodated on board thanks to five total staterooms, including a large full beam owner-s suite located on the main deck. In order to make sure that everyone enjoys their time on board, 13 crewmembers can also be housed in great conditions. The owner’s suite is simply marvelous in all regards. It flaunts his and hers bathrooms as well as a plethora of high-end amenities that can potentially redefine luxury.
The Atlante superyacht also boasts several socialization, relaxation and entertainment spaces such as a main salon, an al-fresco dining area and a sunbathing area.