ATLANTIC Price per week from. € 110 000

    Specification
  • Built year / Refit
  • 1903 / 2010
  • Length
  • 64.5 m
  • Crew members
  • 12
    Accomodation
  • Cabins
  • 6
  • Persons per day / per night
  • 12 / 12
  • Showers / Toilets
  • 6 / 6
    Summer Season (January - December)
  • Summer location
  • Mediterranean Sea
  • Homeport
  •  
  • Price per week
  • €110 000 - €110 000
  • Price per day
  • €18 340 - €18 340
  • APA
     
  • 20%
     
  • VAT
    Italian reduced VAT 
  • On request
    Italian reduced VAT 

Yacht charter, exclusive yachts & luxury yachts for rent - Sailing boats & motor boats for hire.

The original 3-Mast schooner Atlantic was commissioned 1903 by New York Yacht Club member Wilson Marshal. Designed by William Gardner, she soon proved an extraordinary beautiful and fast yacht. Although she won all races she entered in her first season, it was her astonishing record crossing during the 1905 Transatlantic Race that would make her the probably most celebrated schooner of the 20th Century. Under Captain Charlie Barr, Atlantic set a record that would stand for close to a century, the longest standing speed record in the history of any sport. Atlantic was however not a typical flat out racing yacht, on the contrary, she was built with all possible luxury for the owner and guests to enjoy cruising and racing in maximum comfort. The fact that during her first 40 years she merely had 3 owners, (Marshal, Vanderbilt and Lambert) goes to show that she offered anything and all to the most demanding yachtsmen.

 

After World War II, the Atlantic would not sail again, she remained on the east coast of America, often in cycles of neglect and care. It was her mythical status that kept her afloat and attracted dreamers who hoped that one day she would set sail again. Despite so many well meant efforts, it was not to be and in November 1982 she was finally broken up. However, soon after, the first initiatives to reconstruct this legendary yacht surfaced, however non of them seemed to have the combination of means and knowledge to make it happen, that was until Ed Kastelein came along. It was in 2003 during the crossing from Brazil to France on board his much celebrated schooner Eleonora that he disclosed his plans to build Atlantic as his ultimate masterpiece. During the following three years exhaustive research revealed all plans and photos needed to reconstruct Atlantic so the actual preparations could start.

 

Naval architect Doug Peterson was among the first to join the team, his responsibility was to redraw the lines. His mission was simple, Atlantic had to be the way she was and so it happened. The keel for the steel hull was laid in spring 2007 at the van der Graaf shipyard near Rotterdam and meanwhile a small furniture factory was built in the south of France where the team of carpenters studied plans and original photos to replicate the deck structures and skylights. Under the watchful eye and management of yacht builder and captain Ed Kastelein a team of dedicated craftsman worked for the best of three years to recreate what once was the most loved schooner of her time.

 

Her maiden voyage was a two month leisurely cruise from Rotterdam to Cannes. She exceeded all expectations, sailing fast at every point of sail with amazing ease and comfort. Her motion in seaway being gentle and smooth, even in high winds and seas she moves with what the British once referred to as Majestic urgency.

 

No delivery fee in case of early booking.

 

Key features
- Fast schooner;
- Very spacious;
- Observation room;
- Palatial Lobby.

Specification Custombuilt

Boat name Builder Built year Length Draft Engine Engine Quantity Cruising speed Cruising consumption Hull type Crew service
ATLANTIC Van der Graaf 1903 64.5 m 5 m Yanmar 1 11 0 l/h displacement Crew service!
Category Yacht architect Refit Beam Flag Engine power General Max speed Max. consumption Hull material Crew members
Luxury motor yacht Doug Peterson 2010 8.85 m British 755 hp 0 0 l/h steel 12

Accomodation Custombuilt

Cabins Master cabin VIP cabin Double cabins Twin cabins Bunkbed cabins
6 0 0 3 3 0
Single cabins Toilets quantity Inside showers Persons per day Persons per night Crew members
0 6 6 12 12 12

Tender & Toys Custombuilt

Tender Jet Dinghy Jet ski Water scooter Waterskiis Kayak Kneeboard Wakeboard Wakeskate Windsurfboard Snorkellingset Fishing gear
Yes No No No Yes No No No No No No No
Banana Donut Other Seabob Kitesurfing Trampoline Sailing boat Paddleboard Canoe Bicycle Diving
No Yes Yes No No No Yes No No No No
Tender:
RIB 110 HP Outboard engine x1
Donut:
x2

Equipment Custombuilt

Interior:
Oven, Fridge, Stove, Sink, Coffee maker, Dishes
Navigation:
Navigation lights, Compass, Echo sounder, Wind gauge, Autopilot, GPS, VHF radio, GPS-plotter, Navtex, SSB, Barometer, Harbour guides, Sea charts
Technics:
Watermaker, Air conditioning, Battery, Battery charger, Inverter, Shore supply 220V, Electricity 12V/220V, Main circuit breaker, Searchlight, Windscreen wiper, Stern anchor winch (manual), Bow anchor capstan, warmwater, Pressurized warm water, Spare anchor, Tool kit
Deck equipment:
Separate crew cabin, Bathing ladder, Deck Guardrail, Gangway, Deck shower, Fenders, Teak Deck
Entertainment:
Television, Satellite TV, Wifi, DVD player, Cockpit speakers
Other:
Suncushion, Cushion

Crew profile Custombuilt

Crew members:
12
Captain:
Fosse Fortuin (Dutch)
Chef:
Antoine Douai (French)
Crew profile:
Captain : Fosse FORTUIN age 43, Dutch nationality. Fully bilingual, english and german. Experience too long to list in details consisting of long successful careers as Master Mariner onboard the most prestigious top sail schooners (WYDE SWAN, square rigger ROBERT BADEN POWELL) and large sailing yachts such as Alloys yachts over 170 ft Perini Navi HELIOS, ELENA, 130ft VALQUEST … Extensive cruising and guest entertaining experience.

Mate : Moctar FALL, age 40, he born in Senegal. High qualification MCA 3000 grt. Speak fully english and Spanish. 6 years experience onboard ADIX, mate on board GALILEO, South African America’s Cup Challenge.

Chief Officer : Roomer VISSER Age 27, Dutch national. This very passionate sailor speaks english, and some german and roumanian.

Chief Engineer : Martin CRETTE, French nationality. Also long Merchant Marine illimited experience. Fully bilingual. Previous position on board 72 M. ENIGMA XK. 4 years charter experience in Antarctica.

Bosco : Antoine DERU, age 40. Previous fishing vessel officer lieutenant de pèche , holder of the prestigious Trophee Jules Vernes in 2004 (Geronimo).

Second Deck hand : Josselin GAUDIN, French national, age 26. Fully qualified Capt 200. Fully bilingual.
Although he is young, he already hold extensive experience. Previous yachts Germania Nova, Perini Navi, Lady Mona I and ATLANTIC in 2013.

Third Deck hand : Nicholas CHIRAT, French nationality. Age 28. Fully qualified Capt 200. Bilingual.
7 years experience in chartering on board Catamaran. Cadet onboard training ship Dar Mlodziezy.
Fourth Deck hand : Mike PANNONE. Australian national . Age 26. Spoken english. Dive instructor.

Head Chef : Antoine DOUAI, French national ex Merchant Marine on board Compagnie du Ponant.
Antoine worked during one whole year with famous 3 stars chef Georges BLANC (3 stars Michelin).

Second chef/purser : JACQUELINE. Dutch national. She speaks 3 languages. She has been onboard Atlantic since her launching.

Chief Stewardess : Chanel ASHLEIGH, South African nationanilty. Age 28 and 6 years charter experience on board luxury yachts.

Second Stewardess : Alice GRAGG,Age 23. She has 7 years experience in hospitality. She speaks french and spent summer season 2018 onboard ATLANTIC.



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