An elegant blend of form and function, the Wheelhouse aboard Atlantide is a proper ship’s bridge with unrestricted visibility thru large, beveled glass arched windows. Aft to starboard is a full desk and office area, adjoining the spiral staircase to the lobby below. She has a full-width leather couch and matching seat outboard to port and a full, stand-up chart/navigation table at center, with code flag stowage slots aft and four full-size chart drawers below the navigation desk, which has full instrumentation, plotters and computer screens inboard. The Helm Station has a double leather seat facing the wheel and engine controls, all engine gauges, radios, navigation equipment and unrestricted 360 degree visibility. There are wing doors port and starboard for easy access to the upper deck, which has cushioned seating port, starboard and forward of the wheelhouse.
Atlantide's Main Salon radiates the Art Deco flavor of her interior styling and artwork, beginning with the custom bronze skylight at center with many glass prisms that cast rainbow reflections over the twin leather couches and antique art deco glass table below. The forward bulkhead has a sculpted electric fireplace at center with bookshelves outboard and full width mantle piece with inlaid Lalique glass panels, an original lighthouse oil painting on the bulkhead above, flanked by twin panels with exquisite inlaid marquetry of a stylized fish design on a stylized cross in contrasting woods, abalone and mother of pearl roundels. The entire salon is detailed with Lalique sconce lighting, an Edgar Brandt Deco bronze lamp and Deco detailing at every glance.
The Dining Salon is full width, forward on the main deck with comfortable seating for 10 around the oval table with marquetry of quilted smoked maple wrapped in ebony with Lalique inlays at every seating position. The Deco theme abounds, with a sculpted nymph panel, backlit with fiber optics and framed with floor to ceiling Lalique columns on the aft bulkhead, Lalique blown glass lighting displays with sculpted plates at the forward quarters and Lalique glass door panels. The dining salon is surrounded on three sides by arched, beveled glass windows which frame a panoramic view of the horizon and sky.
The Main Deck Dining area is aft of the salon, adjoining via double doors to port, wide enough to cultivate a contiguous social flow. The oval varnished teak dining table has a smoked glass flat panel at center, directly above a similar panel in the teak decking below, which creates a framed skylight above the berth in the Master Stateroom! The dining area is covered and protected from the elements by a cambered, semi-rigid canvas overhead that was added in 2013. Fully aft on the main deck, the transom area is well cushioned as a lounge.
Forward of the dining table, a teak spiral staircase leads to the Bridge Deck, which allows access to all sailhandling, upper davits and seating in steamer chairs. The wheelhouse has a full walk around deck with cushioned seating on three sides, an entrance aft and wing doors as well.
Another sculpted staircase aft in the salon leads to the lobby for the Owner and VIP Staterooms. The Master Stateroom is aft, with a platform double berth on centerline and a fan shaped silk and mirror headboard, Lalique glass lights on the nightstands, opening ports for natural ventilation and an oval skylight to the deck above for natural daylight. Forward to starboard is a sculpted leather chair with large sconce light and to port, a writing desk with bookshelf outboard. The full bureau on the forward bulkhead is crowned with an exquisite marquetry fan of abalone and mother of pearl roundels and contrasting wood laminates. The ensuite head is separated by a full height opaque Lalique glass panel and the Deco tiled tub/shower is also framed in Lalique glass.
The VIP Stateroom is forward in the lobby with a walk around double berth and very similar décor and ambiance to the Master, including the floor to ceiling Lalique panel at the entry, silk and mirror headboard and full Lalique/Deco shower area. The third Guest Stateroom is accessed from the spiral staircase in the main deck lobby and offers a double berth outboard below opening ports, ample stowage, ensuite head and shower.
The Galley is amidships to port, accessed from the side deck for serving the main deck dining area and also from the main deck lobby for serving the Dining or Main Salon. The galley has a full, ’yacht’ finish with maple table, (4) tulip swivel seats and teak & holly cabin sole, with full commercial capabilities via (3), floor to ceiling refrigerator/freezer boxes an abundance of cabinet and counter space.
Also accessed by the spiral staircase, the crew area has berths for six crew, including a full lounge aft with ‘L’ shaped settee and fold out table, with TV, CD, stereo, navigation monitors & alarms. The Captain’s Cabin is forward to starboard with single and double berths, ample stowage and ensuite head and shower. Washer, dryer and utility area are forward, and two additional Crew Cabins, each with over/under berths plus ensuite head and showers forward.