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Atalante sees the Light of Day

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The stunning new Truly Classic 127 Atalante has left her construction hall at Claasen Shipyards in the Netherlands and the mast and rigging process is now getting underway.

As she came into full view, the glamorous lines of the design by Hoek Naval Architects became clear for all to see. The owner’s representative on this prestigious project is Nigel Ingram from MCM.

The yacht is the largest in the Truly Classic range to date and has been built in accordance with MCA LY2 regulations. Combined with her highly optimised performance, this means Atalante will be able to compete in the Superyacht Cup and Spirit of Tradition regattas while also being enjoyed privately.

Moreover, like all Truly Classics, behind her traditional looks are the very latest technologies and innovations.

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Even before the mast and rig are completed, one of the main visual aspects of this graceful superyacht is apparent in the form of her deck layout.

This includes both a private owner’s cockpit aft and a guest cockpit and deckhouse amidships, which is an instantly recognisable Hoek Design feature. 

The Claasen craftsmen are now putting the finishing touches below decks to a classic interior with raised and fielded panelling, white painted panels above wainscot level, and a range of other classic details.

The combination of fine materials and finish will create a serene ambiance for owner and crew alike.


Length hull over all                                  38.8 m
Length on design waterline                     28.0 m
Beam over all                                          7.7 m
Draft on design waterline                        4.5 m
Total displacement on dwl                      140 ton
Mast above waterline approx.                 48.3 m
Class approval                                        ABS -  
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