83.43 FEADSHIP 1958

ATALANTA J

Full Specification
  1. MAIN CHARACTERISTICS

    TYPE
    • Classic Displacement Motor
    BUILDER
    • Feadship, De Vries Aalsmeer
    NAVAL ARCHITECT
    • De Voogt
    INTERIOR DESIGNER
    • Felix Buytendijk (Refit)
    CONSTRUCTION YEAR
    • 1958
    REFITTED
    • 2005/2007/2014
    CLASSIFICATION
    • Lloyds & MCA - Expired
    CONSTRUCTION
    • Teak on Steel frames
    FLAG
    • British
    ENGINES
    • 2 x 200hp Iveco
    DISPLACEMENT
    • 57 tons (Originally 70)
    GRT
    • 51.82
  2. DIMENSIONS

    LOA
    • 25.43m / 83’5’’
    REGISTERED LENGTH
    • 23.54m / 78’
    BEAM
    • 5.14m / 16’10’’
    DRAFT
    • 1.80m / 5’11’’
  3. SPEED & RANGE UNDER POWER

    MAXIMUM SPEED
    • 12 knots max
    CRUISING SPEED
    • 9 knots
    RANGE
    • 2,700 nm Approx @ 9 Knots
    CONSUMPTION
    • 20 lph @ 9kn - 2 engines
  4. CAPACITIES

    ACCOMODATION
    • 8 Guests in 1 x Owner, 3 x Twin cabins
    FUEL
    • 6.000 litres / 1,585 US Gallons
    FRESH WATER
    • 3.000 litres / 793 US Gallons
    GREY WATER TANK
    • For crew & washing machine
    BLACK/GREY TANK
    • Toilets can be to tank, direct to sea, or to shore evacuation
  5. ACCOMMODATION

    • MASTER STATEROOM

      • Owner’s cabin with 2 Queen size bunks, wash basin, ensuite shower room, ample storage, hanging locker, skylight, Air Conditioning, radiator
    • GUEST STATEROOMS

      • 3 x Twin cabins with wash-basins, skylight, 2 opening portholes, hanging lockers, drawers, aircon. Sharing 1 x Guest bathroom
    • DINING ROOM

      • Dining table for 8 in lower saloon, open to galley, sofa, 2 armchairs, 4 x skylights, ample stowage, T.V.
    • MAIN SALOON

      • Large saloon with 4 comfortable chairs and writing desk, bookshelves, coffee table, large windows, clocks, barometers
    • AFT DECK DINING

      • Dining accommodation for up to 14 on aft deck, behind the bridge, covered by a fixed awning. This area has been modified in 2014 in the Hamburg refit to create a huge relaxing area, ideal for family or entertainment use
    • WHEELHOUSE

      • This area is very elegant & traditional and houses all the electronics which mainly date from 1973. Most in working order but a new owner would most likely wish to update. Engine room access to starboard
    • CREW

      • Crew accommodation for 1/2 with bathroom and separate access
  6. MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT

    ENGINES
    • 2 x 200hp Iveco SM 2100 (1992)
    ENGINE HOURS
    • Port: 3.600 / Stbd: 2.890 (March 2022)
    PROPELLERS
    • 2 x 4 Bladed
    GENERATOR
    • 1 x Kohler 13 KW (1992)
    GENERATOR HOURS
    • 1071 (March 2022) Little used
    ELECTRICITY
    • 230V single phase AC Shore, 24V DC Domestic, 12V Instruments
    BATTERIES
    • Lead Acid/720 amp/hr. 1 x Genny(2020) ; 2 for Engine Start; 3 for Service; 6 for Bowthruster (2019)
    CHARGERS
    • Victron Phoenix
    INVERTER
    • 2 x Victron
    STABILISERS
    • Vosper. Re-Built but not fitted . Museum pieces!
    BOWTHRUSTER
    • Sidepower. 24v Electric off Generator only
    AIR CONDITIONING
    • Individually controlled per cabin. Aft area only. Central heating.
    WATERMAKER
    • 1 x Pall RO-120DT. (Not in Service)
    TOILETS
    • Electric
  7. DECK EQUIPMENT

    • Crane on deck
    • 2 x Davits on transom
    • Windlass by Thomas Reid & Sons – twin gypsies. Electric off generator (Rebuilt 2018)
    • 2 x 70m stud link chain
    • 2 x Admiralty anchors – 80kg each
    • 1 x Ships Bell Bronze
    • Ample storage in large boxes throughout vessel
    • Traditional Passarelle
    • Traditional custom side-boarding ladder (2014)
    • 10 Fenders
    • On Foredeck Folding Sunbed with cushions
    • Folding varnished mast and sail for stabilising under way
    • In Lazarette aft: Cable & Quadrant steering; emergency tiller; emergency ladder
  8. GALLEY & LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT

    • GALLEY & LAUNDRY

      • Spacious & well equipped Galley (Bosch/Miele)
      • 2 x Refrigerators, 1 x Freezer, all built in.
      • Washer/Dryer in Galley
    • SECURITY & SAFETY EQUIPMENT

      • 2 x 6 man life rafts
      • 12 x Inflatable life jackets
      • 4 x 5kg CO2 extinguishers
      • 1 x Automatic Fire extinguishing system in engine Room.
  9. TENDERS

    • 1 x 3.5m Zodiac (2020)
    • 4 stroke Yamaha 9.9hp. (2021)
  10. COMMENTS

    ATALANTA J is a stunning classic motor yacht built in 1958 by the De Vries Shipyard to a design by De Voogt. De Vries and De Voogt are two of the three members of Feadship, the world leaders in the design and construction of the highest quality Dutch yachts. Originally named SIROCCO, the yacht was commissioned by Mr B.E. Ruys, an important ship owner from Rotterdam. At the time she was the largest motor yacht under construction in Holland.

    ATALANTA J had a two year refit in Holland in 2007 conducted under the supervision of naval architect Felix Buytendijk. More recently in 2014 in Hamburg she underwent another upgrade, when the current configuration of the aft deck was created. This has increased storage, seating capacity, and made for a sheltered area under the semi-permanent Bimini – ideal for modern Mediterranean use.

    It is understood that the previous owner of ATALANTA J undertook 4 trans-Atlantic voyages on the yacht single handedly, illustrating ATALANTA J’s fantastic sea-keeping abilities. She is in need now of some attention both above and below decks to bring her back to her former glory, although it is understood that the teak on steel structure is as strong and sound as ever, and is still ready to give many years of active service. A new owner should expect to invest in this stunning vessel, in what is undoubtedly a very worthwhile project.
  11. EXCLUSIONS

    A complete list of exclusions is available upon request.
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