Dubbed project “Atlas”, the 42m vessel has been designed to sleep 10 guests and to house multiple tenders and toys, including a 27-foot, 5-inch (8.35m) long-distance sports tender, a three-person submarine, four PWCs, one crew tender, a full dive set up, various inflatables, water toys and fishing gear.

Mondomarine, Northrop & Johnson and naval architecture firm Gregory C. Marshall have joined forces to create M42 “Atlas”, a 42m expedition yacht.

Yacht owners, designers and builders evaluated the design plans from keel to mast to ensure that every space is used to its maximum capacity.

Project M42 “Atlas” has been designed to sleep 10 guests in five staterooms, including an on-deck master cabin with options for a his-and-hers bathroom or a larger dressing area.

Two of her lower cabins can be combined to create one large VIP suite, enabling two owners to live aboard comfortably. All cabins are en-suite and benefit from oversized windows and portholes, filling each cabin with an abundance of natural light and unobstructed views of the horizon.

The exterior layout offers guests multiple social spaces and relaxing areas, typically only seen on much larger yachts, the companies claim.

“Atlas” will be able to house multiple tenders and toys, including a 27-foot, 5-inch (8.35m) long-distance sports tender, a three-person submarine, four PWCs, one crew tender, a full dive set up, various inflatables, water toys and fishing gear.