H2 Yacht Design’s Project Atlas is a revolutionary motor superyacht that utilizes the efficiency of sail power
Widely recognized as one of the most innovative and technically competent design teams in the yacht world, London-based H2 Yacht Design have now collaborated with Laurent Giles Superyacht Architects to develop the spectacular motor sailor yacht Project Atlas. This 110m concept modern motor superyacht has been developed to be used with a combination of motor and / or sails, to not only utilize the efficiency of sail power, but also exploiting the obvious fuel saving benefits. Synergy yacht Atlas’s contemporary 5-deck form is also complimented by the sail arrangement, which actually demonstrates the potential in merging superyacht volume with the graceful elegance of a sailing yacht.
Yacht’s exterior styling undoubtedly embraces a simple design language that delivers a contemporary yet timeless aesthetic. While subtle detailing uses a combination of crisp edges and soft flowing curves.
Besides the generous exterior deck area, the main aft deck incorporate a 7m infinity pool with a water wall feature to swim platform below. Additionally, twin Jacuzzi’s, large sunbed areas and a circular bar provide ample space for day entertainment, while the deck above provides a stylish lounge environment.
On the interior side, features include a large sundeck skylight that floods natural light down though the heart of the interior. Further, there are private balconies, unsightly life boats, full beam tender garage, and the foredeck that also carries 2 tidy storage bins housing a combination of ribs and jet skis.
With a possible fuel saving of between 40% and 60%, the vessel can cruise easily at 16 knots when using both motor and sails. Designed to be totally flexible with the sail power, power is provided by a diesel electric power plant.
Designed to be compliant for up to 20 discerning guests Atlas is ideal for extended cruising.
Also, we have seen the Project Mars, which is one of the world’s most expensive luxury yachts with the interiors designed by H2 Yacht Design.