The interior is finished with raised mahogany panels from the West Indies, with the ceilings and walls above the level of white painted paneling. Atalante is large enough to accommodate many cabins, but the owner preferred to decrease the number to increase the spaciousness. Those lucky enough to get on board will love the way the full beam salon is flooded with natural light while enjoying the pleasant bar area.The full-beam master stateroom has been made as symmetrical as possible. The delightful starboard dressing table opens to show a backlit mirror, while the comfortable port side sofa offers a quiet place to read or relax. The suite is adjacent to the aft deckhouse, connected by a sliding electric door. This area includes a large navigation station with two screens, a pilot seat and various catering facilities. The aft deckhouse also serves as the owner’s office when Atalante is at anchor.Atalante features a high modulus carbon mast equipped with continuous carbon rigging. The state-of-the-art winches gleam in refined polished stainless steel, combining the personalized binnacle which has the Atalante name and logo engraved on the steel. The boarding platform for the port folds hydraulically from the hull and facilitates boarding. The Williams diesel tender from Atalante can also be refueled on the ship via a hose reel. Everything on this ship has been designed to offer passengers an unprecedented experience.
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