ATLANTIS 370 Year 1999
Designed by Gilbert Caroff and very well built at the Dujardin Icofrance Shipyard, this Atlantis 370 decksaloon is both strong and efficient at sailing. This hull was built a bit longer than the original and was given a hard dodger (aluminium). This twin rudders centerboarder has been constantly maintained and upgraded by her current owner who brought some interesting ideas for the general ergonomics. Very well insulated, the life aboard is easy and sweet, and the ship can easily be managed by a solo sailor. The general condition is really ipressive and only the sails and the electronics will have to be chosen by the new owner depending on the planned program and way of sailing.
I am the third owner to step aboard this Atlantis 370, and to tell you the truth, I planned further sailings, at least across the Atlantic. Unfortunately, and as it is difficult to do absolutely what we want, I realize that this perfect travel ship stays ashore too often and it is not serious to go on and maintain such a nice blue water cruiser to stay around. I am a bit sad to let her go, but I also would like her to discover the great world. I would not say she is "ready to go again", because she will need your choice for the sails (absolutely no emergency) and the electronics (to be adaptated to how you are used to sail, but it works), but we designed the price together with AYC regarding those two remaining points. The rest is the best I can do (paint, hull, engine...).
|Builder||Dujardin Icofrance - FR|
|Type of ballast||Centerboarder|
|Displacement||9 700 kg|
|Ballast weight||1 800 kg|
|Engine(s)||Volvo Penta 28HP Diesel (2100 hours)|
|Fuel capacity||250 L|
|Water Capacity||360 L|