A Closer Look at the Explorer Superyacht Project Atlas

By Ben Roberts

The superyacht design house of Gregory Marshall and the Italian shipyard Mondomarine has introduced a brand-new explorer yacht dubbed the M42, or quite simply ‘Atlas’.

This exciting new project is a part of a new focus for Mondomarine as they approach the explorer yacht market in a phase of high-demand. A design which speaks to the adventurer in all of us, Atlas sleeps 12 guests in five staterooms, including an on-deck master cabin with options for a his-and-hers bathroom or a larger dressing area.

Two of her lower cabins can be combined to create one large VIP suite, enabling two owners to live aboard comfortably. All cabins are en-suite and benefit from oversized windows and portholes, filling each cabin with an abundance of natural light and unobstructed views of the horizon.

The ground-breaking exterior layout offers guests multiple social spaces and relaxing areas, typically only seen on much larger yachts. From the crow’s nest and expansive sundeck to the beach club/pool area and forward sunbathing platform, the M42 Atlas has a space for every guest and every occasion.

Carrying an impressive line-up of tenders and toys, including 27-foot, 5-inch long-distance sports tender, a three-person submarine, four Jet Skis, one crew tender, a full dive set up, various inflatables, water toys and fishing gear.

On the market with Northrop & Johnson, the M42 Atlas is a new and exciting project which is creating a world of possibilities for adventuring to new grounds.

By Ben Roberts
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