Atlas is a concept superyacht imagined by Italian company Ferrari Franchi Design
The Italian design team of Marco Ferrari and Alberto Franchi have published designs for a 91 m superyacht concept named Atlas.
If it will be built, Atlas will feature a steel hull and aluminum superstructure. The superyacht will be one of the top concepts present at the Monaco Yacht Show 2016.
Ferrari Franchi describes Atlas as "a modern and elegant yacht". The impressive vessel has extensive outdoor areas for superior entertainment.
No superyacht is complete without a helipad, and Atlas has one on the foredeck. Back aft, a 6.5 m infinity pool will be enjoyed by the guest aboard the Atlas.
The interior layout includes a main deck saloon with lounge area that provides a sea view directly from the dining table. On the lower deck, we can find another lounge area, a bar, a gym and a tender garage. The ship has also retractable balconies with direct access to the sea. In the tender garage, there is enough space for two 10 m tenders, a 5 m speedster, a submersible and four ski jets. An additional 6.5 RIB below the foredeck, under the helipad.
Up to 14 guests can be accommodated in custom-built cabins. Four of the cabins have VIP features. There is also a media room and a cinema. The superyacht need a crew of 26.
There are no technical details, yet, but Atlas has been designed to cruise at a maximum speed of 18 knots.