Atlantic 115 Finds New Owner , In Build


An interesting project involving two different shipyards in different parts of the world has taken off. The Atlantic 115 has started construction on speculation but has since then found an owner. This yacht is the result of a collaboration between Chinese yard Heysea Yachts and Atlantic Yacht & Ship. The yacht is under construction in China in Jiangmen and is being built in fiberglass.




The yacht will end up having accommodation for a minimum of ten guests and as many as twelve. The owner will have a large master suite up front on the main forward deck. The master suite appears to have a huge skylight sure to add extra dimension and a wealth of natural light to the space when in use. Four guest suites are located on the lower deck for the owner's guests/party to be slept. There is a beach club on the aft lower deck for guests to utilize and be alot closer to the water. The sundeck will also be another popular area for guests and with the vessel being built to MCA and RINA standards, the charter option is available.



Dual CAT C32 diesels rated at around 1,950 horse power are onboard to power this vessel up to a 24-knot top speed. She can actually give a decent 2,000 nautical mile range at a brisk 20-knots and a much more and reserved speeds. The fuel tanks have capacity for 24,000 LTs. The Atlantic 115 is 35-meters LOA with a beam of 7.95-meters.