Claasen delivers Atalante to owner

Alasdair Whyte
By Alasdair Whyte September 21, 2015 13:34

Claasen delivers Atalante to owner

Netherlands shipyard, Claasen, have delivered 38.8 metre Atalante to her owner.

The Truly Classic 127 is the largest yacht in the Truly Classic range. She has been designed by Hoek Design in the Zandem shipyard, just north of Amsterdam.

Andre Hoek, designer, said Atalante was one of the best boats he has ever been involved in.

Two months was spent on the construction of Atalante‘s interior and deck. All her power options were then connected in April. Her mast was stepped at Orange Nautical Services and she finally left the construction hall in May.

The owner is a repeat client for Claasen and thanked everyone at the shipyard for their dedication at a private launch party in front of friends and family.

Atalante is currently cruising the Mediterranean.


Name: Atalante

Builder: Claasen
Length: 38.80m / 127′ 4″
Buyer’s adviser: Nigel Ingram, MCM

Exterior: Hamilton Weston
Interior: Hamilton Weston
Naval Architect: Hoek Design Naval Architects
Classification: AB, LY2, MCA Compliant

Guests: 3 cabins
Crew: 5 crew
Beam (max): 7.72m / 25′ 4″
Draught: 4.5m / 14′ 9″
Propulsion: 1x Lugger L6125H
Hull: aluminium

Alasdair Whyte
By Alasdair Whyte September 21, 2015 13:34