The prices shown are for the entire yacht for a week-long (7 nights) charter.
Low price: €110,000 High price: €120,000
The high and low prices of this yacht depend on both the number of guests and the traveling season. Contact us for exact pricing.
Yacht terms: Plus Expenses
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Atlantic CREW PROFILE
Nationalityfrench, speaking english
SpeaksFrench, English, dutch, Spanish, German a basic italian
Nationalityfrench, speaking English
CREW PROFILE ON BOARD ATLANTIC
Captain : Lucas ZAMECNIK age 43, French nationality. Fully bilingual, long and experience consisting of long successful careers in Merchant Marine, Offshore Racing (onboard Geronimo) and several other classic yachts. 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 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 : Antonin JALIBERT, French nationality. Age 31. Spoken english. Ex National Marine specialised in security.
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 : Nicole van der HOEVEN ,Age 35. Dutch nationality. Fluently bilingual and she also speaks Spanish, German and basic french. 10 000 nautical miles. Ex hotel and Restaurant manager.
Subrequart Vessel’s Doctor Pierre Michel COHATE ex CLUB MED ex ELEONORA and ATLANTIC.
Guest SmokeNo smoking below decks
Water Capacity12000 L
Internet AccessOnboard WIFI
Generator3 Yanmar generators
EnginesYANMAR 555 Kw main generator
3 YANMAR generators
Dinghy Hp115 HP
Other Toys Atlantic is a true replica of the legendary 3 masted schooner Atlantic launched 1903 and holder of the record for Atlantic Ocean under sail, a record that stood for 75 years.
A little bit of history 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.
Atlantic's 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.