Project Name: Yacht type: Sailing Yacht
Based concept: Sub type:
Imo: 9553684 MMSI: 235080485
Call sign: 2DN12 SYT#: Y00088
Flag: United Kingdom Port of Registry: London
Length Overall (m): 62.00 Length Overall (ft): 203.41
Length On Deck (m): Length On Deck (ft):
Length Waterline (m): 40.20 Length Waterline (ft): 131.89
Beam (m): 10.88 Beam (ft): 35.70
Draught Max (m): 7.80 Draught Max (ft): 25.59
Draught Min (m): 3.64 Draught Min (ft): 11.94
Shipyard: Holland Jachtbouw Year: 2010
Hull: 088 Status: Completed
Port: Zaandam Country: Netherlands
Naval Architect: Hoek Design Naval Architects B.V.
Exterior Designer: Hoek Design Naval Architects B.V.
Interior Designer:
Hull Material: Aluminium Superstructure: Aluminium
Gross Tonnage: 348 Displacement: 370
Class: Bureau Veritas
Class Comments: MCA: Yes
Guest Cabins: 1 Master, 4 Guest
Guests: 10 Max Charter Guests:
Crew Cabins: 5 Crew cabins Crew: 9
Engine Manufacturer: Volvo Model: D16
Number of Engines: 2 Type: Diesel
HP: 651 KW: 485
Total HP: 1,302 Total KW: 971
Max Speed: 14 Cruise Speed: 10
Range: Propulsion: Twin Screw
Fuel Capacity (Liters): 44,290 Fuel Capacity (Gallons): 11,701
Water Capacity (Liters): Water Capacity (Gallons):


Athos’s deep-V hull with a shallow draught keel and integrated keel centreboard configuration will give her a gracious aero and hydrodynamic shape. The rig will be highly automated in terms of pushbutton operation, with furling booms, carbon spars and captive winches on sheets and halyards. Despite being among the largest schooners in the world, Athos will nonetheless be able to pass the Bridge of the Americas.

An 11-metre beam will create an unprecedented amount of volume. The interior will include a private owners’ cockpit and deckhouse, four guest cabins, and a main deckhouse with a formal dining and lounge area. Athos’s unique engine room will house twin main engines with controllable pitch propellers in a space with standing headroom.

An exclusive aluminium structure will feature three boarding platforms, two boarding ladders and a wide passerelle. Integrated side platforms will constitute ideal landing possibilities for dinghies, while large deck lockers provide storage for two 29-er sailboats, two optimists, two motorbikes, and scuba gear. Athos is earmarked for delivery end of 2008.

Photos by Rick Tomlinson and Giovanni Romero.

Exterior Photos

Interior Photos

Design Drawings