ATLANTE yacht is Remo Ruffini’s bold and striking superyacht. The masculine yacht features exterior design from Nuvolari Lenard and naval architecture from CRN Engineering.
The magnificent yacht features a luxurious interior design from Gilles & Boissier. ATLANTE was delivered in 2015 from CRN’s Italian shipyard. She is cutting-edge and impressive for all to see on the water.
|Length:||54.8 Meters (180ft)|
|Guests:||12 in 6 cabins|
|Crew:||13 in 6 cabins|
|Interior Designer:||Gilles & Boissier|
|Price:||US$ 40 million|
|Annual Running:||US$ 2-4 million|
ATLANTE yacht interior
The interior of the ATLANTE yacht was designed by Dorothée Boissier and Patrick Gilles from Gilles & Boissier. The design team collaborated with CRN’s in-house design team.
She has accommodation for 12 guests in 5 suites which are configured as one master suite and 4 VIP suites.
The master suite is a full-beam accommodation with a contemporary design and a masculine style.
The room features a full-beam ensuite. The four guest cabins are found on the lower deck and share a similar style to the master with smoked oak, brushed silver fir tones, and white Calcutta Vagli marble.
The ATLANTE yacht has crew accommodation for 13 on the lower deck, ensuring guests have the most luxurious superyacht experience.
While the yacht’s exterior features bold and aggressive lines, the interior is meant for pleasure, comfort, style, safety, and fun onboard.
The vessel has a touch-and-go helicopter pad for a helicopter of up to three tonnes. The main deck can be used for many purposes: as storage for tenders, an alfresco dining area, a cinema, or a private saloon.
There is a formal dining area that is located forward the wheelhouse. ATLANTE has an outstanding wellness feature: a gym, a spa with a massage table, a Turkish bath, and a pool.
The beach club makes for an excellent indoor/outdoor area to enjoy the sea views and surrounding areas. The elevator makes it easy for guests to move throughout the five decks of the yacht.
She features a wide selection of water toys for guests to be entertained by. The superyacht’s interior is impressive and luxurious with its gentleman-styled interiors and matching artwork.
The ATLANTE yacht has a stunning exterior that is a match for her lavish interior. She features exterior design from Nuvolari Lenard that penned cool, striking, and stylish lines of ATLANTE. CRN designed the naval architecture.
She was built by the Italian shipyard CRN, which is known for its luxurious builds and quality.
She was delivered in 2015 and has a steel hull and aluminum superstructure that are eye-catching and imposing on the water.
The decks are teak throughout the yacht. The dark tones of ATLANTE’s exterior add to the military-like features of the vessel’s visage on the water.
The ATLANTE yacht is 55m with a 10.2m beam and a 3.1m draft. She has a cruising speed of 14 knots and a top speed of 15 knots with her two Caterpillar engines.
ATLANTE has a cruising range of 4200 nautical miles at 12 knots and has a displacement of 1024 gross tons.
She has a Lloyd’s Register classification and is MCA compliant. The $40 million superyacht has an annual $2 – $4 million running cost.
ATLANTE yacht owner – Remo Ruffini
According to Forbes, the owner of ATLANTE is Remo Ruffini, an Italian billionaire who has a net worth of $2 billion.
He is the CEO and majority shareholder of the luxury sportswear brand Moncler which he revived from a failing business.
He owns a 20% stake in the company and other business ventures that have proven lucrative.
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