24m Atollvic Adventure superyacht Concept
Dixon Yacht Design and Atollvic shipyard have announced that they will be collaborating on the building of the new concept, the Superyacht Atollvic Adventure. The concept, created by Dixon Yacht Design offers a fresh, new approach to cruising. The “hybrid” mini superyacht has been designed for long-term cruising and is a modern reinvention of the traditional motor sailor – rugged, yet stylish, with good performance under both power and sail. It is an expedition yacht with truly green credentials.
The sailing yacht Atollvic Adventure, is 24 metres in length and has a displacement of 62 tonnes, a draft of 3.5 metres and beam of 6.22 metres. The innovative superyacht Atollvic Adventure, is of steel construction and has been designed to accommodate its guests for long periods with design features ensuring comfort, style and safety. The deckhouse with enclosed pilothouse makes cruising to colder climates a much more pleasant experience, with the crew and guests sheltered when conditions get tough.
The top British superyacht designer Bill Dixonwho has over the past three decades, designed a diverse range of vessels ranging from custom sailing yachts to production motor yachts, envisions the Atollvic Adventure as being a new type of exploration vessel that is robust without compromising on its stylish design.
Atollvic shipyard is a relatively new yard founded in 2006 and is the superyacht construction and refit division of the 36-year-old Spanish Vicalsa Group of companies. Marco Villar, the Yard Manager at Atollvic, explains that Atollvic’s new partnership with Dixon Yacht Design is a unique opportunity for them, to continue to develop their credentials as “a superyacht builder who works with the very best in the industry.”
The superyacht Atollvic Adventure will be built at the Atollvic’s Spanish shipyard in Vigo.