To some it may be the boat of their dreams. To others, the tender for their megayacht. But more than anything, the Atlantico 27 designed by Stefano Pastrovich and built by Alia Yachts is a masterpiece of design. A wonderfully rational aesthetic provides the leitmotif with generous open-plan spaces.
“Atlantico is the result of length R&D. It is the answer to the question of which boxes naval design needs to tick to satisfy the needs of contemporary man,” explains Pastrovich. The teak deck running uninterrupted from bow to stern creates a sense of aesthetic continuity. This impression is further emphasised by the sharp vertical line of the deckhouse aft. As there is no hatch, it leaves the aft deck completely free to run the length of the boat, blurring the boundary between inside and out.
Created as a tender for the CRN 55m Atlante, one of the Atlantico 27’s most impressive features is the fold-down bulwarks aft, which create sea terraces that extend the beach club. The interior of the yacht too is wonderfully minimalist. Doors and cupboards disappear seamlessly away into the walls, while the geometric beauty of the thick black pillars on the upper deck is showcased by the design of the ceiling. Beds and sofas are removable to allow greater choice as time goes on. All of this and more makes the Atlantico 27 the perfect boat for day trips or short cruises to explore hidden coastal bays and inlets.