October 12, 2010

New Model: Atlantis 48

The Atlantis range renewal which comes with the partnership of the young studio of NeoDesign was finally presented officially in Cannes, with the first 48 model. Atlantis announced this collaboration with this new young studio a year ago, and the 48 does represent what eight years before the successful 42 did back in Cannes 2002, which was the first Atlantis model to a Righini design with at the time Gobbi project departments, and Azimut Bennetti Group teaming up. The new 48 replaces the eight years produced 47 which has been a good success for Atlantis in many markets. Taking some cues from the two most recent Atlantis models that are the 54 and 40, the 48 represents the next step of the We Are Open philosophy. That is a Sport Cruiser which yes has a hard top but feels open as possible. That means free airy spaces and a sleek low upper structure. Notes which stand out are the three sunbathing areas, the very open hard top, and wide open spaces. The cockpit of the 48 is spacious, full of open spaces and a layout similar to that of the 54; central sunpad, L-shaped settee, galley, sun-lounge, and helm station. Below you get a two cabins plan with a full beam owners master room with a central double queens berth and en-suite head. Completing the lower deck is a VIP suite located to fore, C-shaped saloon which converts to an extra double berth, and a galley. For tender stowage you have a high low bathing platform aft. Power is from twin Cummins 600hp with line shaft propulsion, good enough for max speed of 35 knots and a cruise of 33.
Technical Data:
LOA - 15.94 m (52.3ft)
Hull Length - 14.46 m
Beam - 4.42 m
Fuel Capacity - 1700 l
Water Capacity - 420 l
Accommodation - 4 + 2 berths
Max Persons - 14
Engines - 2 x Cummins QSC8.3 600hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 35 knots max, 33 knots cruise
Hull - 15 degrees deadrise aft
Construcion - infusion resin
Project - NeoDesign
Certification - R.I.NA CE B

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