Giacomo Toth

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The Atlantis 36 Verve is born of the Azimut Bennetti Group initiative to promote innovative students project in naval architecture, and to make them become a reality.
Infact the 36 Verve which will see the light in less then a week at the Cannes boat show, started its life as a thesis project and as a 34 feet rib.
The project was made by Simone Desideri, Marco Amadio and Giacomo Toth.
Since then it is history and the three designers and architects have been collaborating into what will be the new Atlantis 36 Verve.
As we can see from the above rendering the 36 Verve will be a Sport Cruiser offering plenty of daily use accommodation,
but without forgetting overnight comfort in a smart cabin set up. Some striking features are surely the hard top under the modern
three seat helm console which still has an open feel, 3.5 square metres bathing platform, large sunpad which converts to a six person settee with table, wetbar
behind the helm with its 100 litres fridge, and the walk around safety feel of the Verve.
Down below the 36 Verve has a fore cabin and saloon with opposite galley offering a two plus two accommodation.
Engine options are three units all Volvo Penta and all stern drive duoprop propelled, which start from the smaller D4 300hp up to the D6 370hp with a 40 knots wide open throttle speed.