Atalante has already been shortlisted as a finalist for the Showboat Design Awards in no fewer than four categories: Exterior Design & Styling, the Holistic Design Award, the Interior Layout & Design Award and the Naval Architecture Award. The winners of the coveted Neptune trophies will be announced in February at the Superyacht Design Symposium in Kitzbuhel, Austria.
Last but not least, we are delighted that Atalante has been shortlisted for the Classic Boat Awards. These are given annually in a number of different categories and sizes, including spirit-of-tradition yachts, motorboats and traditional new builds. Classic Boat magazine compiles a shortlist every winter after which 5,000 members of the public vote to choose which winners will be announced at a ceremony in London in April.
“We have nominated the Truly Classic 127 Atalante because she combines so many modern attributes in a modern, attractive superyacht,” Classic Boat writes. “She has serious pace, grace, attention to detail and rock-solid craftsmanship. There are many superyachts in the fashionable harbours of the world, but not many of them look or sail like real yachts. Atalante does.”