Superyachts Adela and Atlantide in Sint Maarten

Atlantide and Adela yachts in Sint MaartenPhoto: @superyachtsofthecaribbeanSpotted last week anchored in Sint Maarten and heading to the St. Barths Bucket Regatta 2024, were the two superyachts Atlantide and Adela. Built by the British shipyard Philip & Sons in 1930, Atlantide is a 37.28-metre motor yacht with a rich history and was recently rebuilt in 2023 at Huisfit, in the Netherlands. Originally designed by A. Mylne & Co, the 137 GT yacht underwent a refit by Ken Freivokh Design, updating her interior and exterior, while respecting the yacht's classic pedigree. Constructed with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, Atlantide is equipped with twin diesel Gardner engines and boasts a 3,685 nautical miles range thanks to her 28,000-litre fuel capacity, perfect for long trips. 

Adjacent to her is the 55.44-metre sailing yacht Adela. Built by Pendennis in 1995, she showcases a blend of classic elegance and modern features, with both exterior and interior design by Dykstra Naval Architects. Since her initial restoration, she has undergone multiple refits at Pendennis Shipyard, including a five metre hull extension in 2000. She has won several prestigious sailing competitions, including the Pendennis Cup and the St Barths Bucket. Last refitted in 2015, she can comfortably accommodate up to eight guests in four staterooms and is powered by a single Caterpillar engine, achieving a top speed of 12 knots. 

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