Italian shipyard, CRN presented the 55 metre Atlante at the 2015 edition of the Monaco Yacht Show. The owner wanted a yacht with a strong masculine touch, and Nuvolari Lenard has delivered with a yacht that has echoes of a military vessel.

"The outer lines have been developed having in mind a specific final look - aggressive, but at the same time very proportionate. Seen in her entirety, this is a high-impact yacht, whose determined military look becomes soft on the sea"�,- architect Dan Lenard commented.

Atlante's owner was very involved with the whole design and construction process, with a clear vision of exactly what he wanted the superyacht to both look and feel like.

The interior design comes from Parisian design house Gilles & Boissier.The greys and metallic colours of the hull are also found in the interior, where the main materials are Carrara and Verona marble, smoked oak, brushed fir, black oak and larch.

Atlante accommodates a total of 12 guests and crew of 13. The owner"s suite is a sophisticated retreat, with the darkness of the wood being balanced well with the lighter shades of the plush bedding, creating a relaxing yet chic atmosphere.

The main salon offers a space for socializing, relaxation and entertainment, all dependent on the desire of the moment. This area is surrounded by large vertical windows, letting in natural light and providing beautiful views. The floor is dark oak parquet, with marble edging.

Boarding is through the beach club, an area equipped with a solarium and sunbathing area, as well as two balconies over the water . This zone is completed by two areas which open out onto the sea, each with its own balcony: one completely dedicated to relaxation, with a massage bed and a Turkish bath, with the other dedicated to fitness.

A staircase in grey Carnico marble and teak leads up to the main deck area " a multi-purpose space that transforms from a technical zone to a living space, a sociable daytime area and a huge evening cinema.

Moving on to her upper deck, it is described by CRN as "experiential". She features an expansive, open space, as well as a unique dining area. Moving inside, the upper saloon features further custom made furnishings and three more sofas.

The superyacht comes with plenty of toys for her guests to enjoy during their stay on Atlante. In the garage, a nine metre custo made limo tender and a 9 metre walkaround - both designed by Nuvolari Lenard - as well as an additional custom made 5 metre inflatable dinghy can be found.

As for the performance, Atlante is equipped with two 1230 KW 1800 RPM Caterpillar engines which enable her to reach a cruising speed of 14 knots and a maximum speed of 15 knots.

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