Posted 2019/04/03 at 13:29 in News
Atlantic 115 Yacht has been designed for the Atlantic Ocean.
The magnificent Atlantic 115 Yacht has been designed for the Atlantic Ocean, American East Coast, Bahama islands and Caribbean area.
This year an impressive modern yacht will join the US fleet – the Atlantic 115 raised pilothouse yacht has been a result of the fruitful cooperation with HeySea shipyard – the outcome of this rewarding production series has become the unique Atlantic 115 vessel with its prominent and gorgeous layout, the designer of the Atlantic 115 Yacht is the renowned Jure Bukavec of Unielle Design; from the keel up the American style and design of the yacht is clearly evident. Special features are – the extra-large windows, the magnificent aft access to the water with the Opacmare hydraulic swim platform and tender lift, extra wide beam averaging 26 feet, deep prop tunnels for a very shallow draft, American Bow thruster stabilization mechanism including stability at rest (STAR), pleasant shelter from the Sun’s rays and ample skylights that simultaneously allow the sunshine to delight the passengers and the crew.
The creative and innovative engineering thoughts are present in each carefully manufactured detail of the yacht.
The traits of its design are both inherent to the great yacht-building traditions of Europe and America.
The shipyard devotes up to 120,000 hours of diligent and professional work to creating these unforgettable yachts, the efficient use and management of labor and construction processes enable the customers to fully enjoy their purchase at all subsequent stages.
The Atlantic team that created and brought to the market the King Baby at 140 feet 2 years ago, then the Serenity at 133 feet last year, is the same team that joined forces to make the Atlantic 115 truly special to see, touch, and experience.
The engineers and shipbuilders have already come up with the successful and remarkable yachts – the King Baby in 2015 (140 feet) as well as Serenity in 2016 (with her striking balcony design at 133 feet) – and yet again, the Atlantic 115 gives the tangible and beautiful impressions to each of us.
The expertise, knowledge and consideration for the usefulness of the yacht have all allowed the creators to meet all requirements of the prospective clients and the crews. Joe Marino together with Doug Hoogs, both of Atlantic Yacht and Ship, have consequently and hospitably included the elements of many captain’s ideas, to thoroughly perfect the features of the yacht. They took into consideration all of the necessary operational aspects for Private and Charter use in the very shallow East Coast waters including the Caribbean and Bahamas islands. The utmost convenience, coziness and high standards of all materials and planning of the yacht have been aptly implemented when building this awesome ship – everyone will be impressed and delighted to see the debut of the 115 Atlantic Yacht and go on board for their upcoming voyages.
Atlantic Yacht and Ship (AYS) is one of the top selling yacht brokerage houses in the US with a large support staff and 40 sales professionals in the motor yacht market from 80 to 250 feet. With 57 years in brokerage, over 7,000 deals have been completed, Atlantic’s staff is very experienced
The Atlantic team is expert in understanding what the American buyers are looking for, and is endorsing the brand of new yachts named the “Atlantic 115.”
The Atlantic 115 is designed in cooperation with the experienced and highly regarded office UNIELLé yacht design founded by Jure Bukavec. The goal was not to redesign some established concepts already in the US market, but to develop a new product offering attractive European style and the most practical features for American clients.
The builder for this series is the leading Chinese shipyard, known as HeySea. With over 100 yachts delivered over the past 10 years, HeySea has the skills and experience to build the Atlantic 115 with the expected US quality plus cost saving efficiency.
The design and construction of each Atlantic 115, is managed by a veteran US team with recent large yacht deliveries of the 140 foot “King Baby,” and
133 foot “Serenity.” The Atlantic team developed an American specification that includes managing the engineering with all American systems.
Each Atlantic 115 is tightly controlled with the same features to enhance an efficient assembly timeline (12 months) and systems reliability to meet the very demanding “4 seasons,” American usage.
The unique, tank tested hull form for the Atlantic 115 allows for a maximum continuous cruising speed in excess of 20 knots. The innovative Spada bow provides a longer waterline for a faster and a smoother ride at all speeds. When in displacement mode at 12 knots, the Spada bow also helps attain transoceanic fuel range .
The hull form with a long skeg keel and deep prop tunnels, allows the for the draft under the keel that is less than 5 feet 8 inches, specifically for navigating shallow channels and attaining anchorages in shallow lagoons.
American Bow Thruster is providing stability at rest, “S.T.A.R.” as standard equipment. These powerful oversized fins are proven effective from the most recent Atlantic builds for maximum passenger comfort.
The use of laminated, tempered, and heat shielded glass is a key design fea
ture. The Atlantic 115 allows for many skylights and large window glass for maximum visibility and light for a larger feeling of space. The glass also can be blocked from the sun with cleverly designed shades and drapes as required.
The all American machinery includes Caterpillar C32 main engines, Northern Lights generators, American Bow thruster stabilizers, bow and stern thrusters, Atlas shore power for world wide electricity, Dometic Cruise Air for tropical temperatures, HeadHunter fresh water, toilets, and MSD, etc.
Each Atlantic 115 comes standard with international certification for RINA Class, and is Cayman Island, MCA LY3 compliant for commercial charter (short range). For American use, the Atlantic 115 also meets USCG compliance.
The Atlantic 115 is also able to be wheelchair accessible by order. Doug Hoogs, the US Agent for HeySea has direct experience with developing this feature for modern yachting. He has worked closely with UNIELLé studying this feature that can be added to any Atlantic 115 when built as a part of the normal production process if ordered in advance.
Atlantic 115 – “ delivers beauty, integrity, innovation, luxury, reliability, affordability.”
The Atlantic 115 is a raised pilothouse design comes standard with the owner on the main deck, with 5 staterooms. The on deck master stateroom is literally wrapped with glass for maximum visibility and light.
The vessel can also be ordered with a very large Country Kitchen layout forward on the main deck and 4 staterooms below.
One of the focuses was to get as much as possible light and wide views to enjoy all the beautiful landscapes where the yacht is cruising.
Specifications for the Atlantic 115:
|Intl Gross Tonnage||280 Tons|
|Displacement Tonnage||155 Tons|
|Class||RINA Commercial Charter|
|Sleeps||12 owner/guest, plus 6 crew, Cabana converts to bed|
|Systems||All Americaon Brands plus the OpacMare Transformer|
|Engines||CAT C32 1950 HP per engine|
|Generators||Northern Lights 65 KW x 2|
|Electric||Atlas shore power converter for worldwide use|
|Stabilizers||American Bow Thruster (ZeroSpeed)|
|A/C||Domestic Cruise Air|
|Flag||USCG or Cayman Islands MCA/ LY3|
|Thrusters||American Bow Thruster (bow and stern)|
|Swim Pl||OpacMare hydraulic platform for Swim/ Passerelle/ Tender|
Atlantic 115 special features allow you to have it all!
- 20 knot cruise speed;
- Shallow draft of 5 feet and 8 inches under the keel;
- Wide beam 26 feet;
- Tank tested and well engineered hull form;
- Spada bow adds extra comfort and fuel economy at every speed;
- CAT power C32, Northern Lights Generators, Dometic Air conditioning, Head Hunter toilets and MSD. (Just to name a few);
- 5 stateroom layout with the owner on the main deck. The Cabana aft easily converts to a 6th Stateroom;
- Owner on main deck forward offers 270 degrees of visibility plus a private terrace at the bow;
- Convertible VIP on the lower deck to function as the second owner’s full beam stateroom;
- Country Kitchen version available upon request;
- Cabana/Beach Club aft is a very versatile space for day or night ;
- OpacMare Transformer the hydraulic platform that is suitable for swimming, scuba diving, passerelle, and tender deployment;
- Large windows throughout the design, completely opens up the interior with natural light and more scenic views of the world around the yacht;
- Headroom is 8 feet in the main salon;
- No step ledges inside that may cause a person to trip;
- Large sliding doors in the salon to port, starboard, and aft;
- Sundeck powder room inside the mast design;
- Large Jacuzzi hot tub on the Sundeck and/or the Foredeck;
- American Bow Thruster brand stabilizers are oversized for maximum comfort even at anchor with STAR;
- Bow and stern thruster by American Bow Thruster offer maximum maneuverability in the harbor;
- Skeg keel in between the prop tunnels is the deepest point below the stabilizers, props, and rudders in case you are navigating in a shallow channel or reef in the Bahamas;
- Range 2,000+ miles could keep the ship at sea for weeks at a time deep in the island chain;