148' (45.40m) ASENAV
LOA: 149' 0" (45.40m)
Beam: 32' 10" (10.00m)
Min Draft:
Max Draft: Max 12' 6" (3.80m)
Cruising 11 knots
Max 13 knots
Year: Mfg-2006
Builder: ASENAV
Expedition Yacht
Price: approx. ($11,320,841 USD)
9 950 000 € EUR
Location: Chile
Additional Specifications For ATMOSPHERE:
LOA: 149' 0" (45.40m)
Beam: 32' 10" (10.00m)
Min Draft:
Max Draft: 12' 6" (3.80m)
Hull Material: Steel
Hull Config:
Hull Designer:
Deck Material:
Tonnage: 695
Int Designer: Enrique Concha B. & Disenadores Asociades
Ext Designer: Asenav arquitect group
Fuel Capacity: 96,800 l (25,572 g)
Water Capacity: 48,000 l (12,680 g)
Holding Tank:
Flag: Chile
Location: Chile
Price: approx. ($11,320,841 USD)
9 950 000 € EUR
Year: Mfg-2006 Model-2006
Builder: ASENAV
Expedition Yacht
Cruising 11 knots
Max 13 knots
Engines: 850 HP, Twin, Inboard, Diesel, Cummins
Staterooms: 14
Crew Quarters:
Crew Berths:
Captain Cabin: No
American Bureau of Shipping + SOLAS
MCA: None ISM: None
Main Characteristics

LOA:                                                      45,4m                                    150’

LWL:                                                      41,6m                                    136’08’’

BEAM:                                                  10,0m                                     32’80’’

DRAFT:                                                 3,8m                                      12’06’’

BUILDER:                                             Asenav (Chile)

NAVAL ARCHITECT:                        Asenav Group

INTERIOR DESIGN:                           Enrique Concha B. & Diseñadores Asociades

YEAR:                                                    2006

CLASSIFICATION:                             American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) + SOLAS

HULL:                                                    Steel

SUPERSTR:                                          Aluminum

DECK:                                                    Teak

ENGINES:                                            2 x Cummins KTA 380 MO 850 HP

CREW:                                                   32

FLAG:                                                    Chile

SPEED:                                                  12.5 knots @ 1,800rpm





Fuel capacity:                     96,800l                  25,574 US gal.

Water capacity:                 48,000l                  12, 681 US gal

Diesel oil:                             67,3m3

Sweet water:                     68,2m3

Water ballast:                    94,6m3

Engine oil:                           0,5m3

Used oil:                              1,5m3

Engine water:                    2,9m3

Sewage capacity:             9,2m3 per day





Cabins for 28 passengers:

·                     2 x Premium Cabins (one King-size bed each).

·                     2 x Deluxe Cabins (one Queen-size each)

·                     10 x Deluxe Twin Cabins (two full-size beds each)


Dining Area: Seating for 32 on the dining & living deck


Kitchen: Ideal for four chefs to cook meals for the 28 guests and 32 crew


Spa: Three hydro massage tubs (two with salt water and one with sweet water), one sauna, massage room, showers


Living area: Bar, seating, two 32’’ flat screen monitors, music collection, literature library







ATMOSPHERE is an expedition vessel spanning 5 decks:


·         Spa Deck

·         Wheelhouse deck

·         Living & Dining Deck

·         Passenger Deck

·         Crew Deck




Complete with native Teak floors, the spa deck has a 360° panoramic view. This is a dream spot to sunbathe, get a massage, relax in the sauna, or soak in a thalassotherapy treatment tub.


The 3 Whirlpools:


·         Especially designed and made in Italy by Bellandi Lau A&C

·         Black Mosaic Tile Finish

·         Underwater, colored lights

·         Each whirlpool comfortably seats three people

·         Two thalassotherapy treatment tubs (heated, deep-ocean water thought to provide physical and emotional benefits) and one sweet-water tub.


The Treatment Room:


This area’s retractable shade provides the possibility for indoor or outdoor treatments. With an Oatworks professional hydraulic spa table and a hot towel cabinet this room provides a relaxation at its purest.


The Sauna: Tylo brand with ocean view windows comfortably seating four guests.


The Showers:


With a fresh, stainless steel finish, this alcove contains temperature-regulated showers with an ocean view: refreshing at any time of the day.


Whale Watching Platform:


Towards the prow there is a special platform designed for whale watching. Chile´s coastline is famous for variety of ocean life most notably several species of dolphins and whales, including the enormous blue whale.




The fourth-deck Wheelhouse is Nomads’ operations headquarters.


The bridge is the central command area of the ship and is the meeting place for the onboard pilots and captain.


The helideck is where you feel adrenaline onboard; the trained crew monitor every detail so the guests experience the thrill of safely flying.


The two premium King cabins are located on this deck along with the builders cabin, the Captain´s quarters and the Expedition manager’s residence.




Native materials and textiles are the focal points of the ship’s simple yet thoughtful interior. Soft marble and earth tones bring a warm and charming aura while the steel detailing provides a casual elegance. A mix of open meeting areas and cozy reading spots make this area a guest favorite.


This deck is the center of most activities and meetings as the bar, dining room and living area are located here. The comfortable sofas and armchairs, tables, books and music combined with panoramic windows provide a spectacular backdrop for any activity.


The Bar:

The bar is a multiuse area. In the morning it is used as a breakfast bar and in the evening for beverages. There are ten stools lining in the bar which are fantastic for personalized wine tastings or just relaxing with a cocktail.


The Living Area:

The living area is characterized by an assortment of cozy yet unexpected seating. Four round, leather and fur chairs are a guest favorite for their quirky comfort. There are also long sectional couches with native textiles. Musical and literary libraries are available at all hours.


The Dining area:

For breakfast, lunch or dinner the dining area provides casual yet sophisticated ambiance with two large tables (10 guests each) and two small tables (six guest each).


The Outdoor Gazebo:

Just outside the living space there is a special gazebo. Apart from being an excellent location for enjoying evening hors d’oeuvres, it is a designated smoking area.



The second deck features 12 deluxe guest cabins. The style reflects that of the living deck with a simple yet sophisticated ambiance. Each cabin has panoramic window views, a feature characteristic of the ATMOSPHERE’s modern appeal.


On this deck you can also find an acclimatized “wet room” for storing expedition clothing and equipment. It is the perfect place to prepare for the day’s adventures or shake off the rain, wind and mud.



The first deck is for the crew only. There are cabins, a dining room and a common area.





Main engines:   Main port engine: Cummins KTA 38MO 850HP

Direct injection

Service hours:  7,498 July 2014

Last programmed and preventive maintenance was done at 6112 hours.

Certified by ABS.


Main starboard engine: Cummins KTA 38 MO 850HP

Direct injection

Service hours:                   7,706 July 2014

Last programmed and preventive maintenance was done at 6923 hours.

Certified by ABS.


Gears:                                                   Twin Disc MG5225 DC


Main generators:                             1 x MAN D 2866 LXE 237HP

Service hours:                                   13,821 July 2014

Last programmed and preventive maintenance was done at 11,551 hours.

Certified by ABS.


2 x MAN D 2866 LXE 237HP

Service hours:                                   12,699 July 2014

Last programmed and preventive maintenance was done at 12,600 hours.

Certified by ABS.


Port generator:                                                 JON DEERE 4OMDDCF 82HP

Service hours:                                   240 July 2014

Last programmed and preventive maintenance was done at 200 hours.

Certified by ABS.


Emergency generator:                   MAN D 0824 LE 201 120HP

Service hours:                                   106 July 2014

Last programmed and preventive maintenance was done at100 hours.

Certified by ABS.


Main alternator:                               2 x Lindenberg, 3 phase, 164 kW, 400V, 50Hz, 1500 rpm

Emergency alternator:                   1 x Lindenberg, 3 phase, 85 Kw, 400V, 50 Hz, 1500 rpm

Battery chargers:                             4 x Mastervolt, automatic charger MASS 24V/75Ah

Propeller:                                            2 fixed propellers

Stabilizers:                                          2 x Quantum QC-1000E Zero-Speed Stabilizers

Bow thruster:                                    1 x Schottel, model STT 110 LK, 200Kw at 1470 rpm.

Air compressor:                                2 x Compare Mahle GMBH, MEK 601 D

Sweet watermakers:                      2 x Sea Recovery, Aqua Matic Compact 1800-2, 75 gallons / hr

Oil-water separator:                       1 x Westfalia separator, OTC 2-02-137, 1800 LTS/HR, 10000rpm

Oily water separator                       1 x DETEGASA, model OWSA-0.5, 500 lts/hr






3 x beverage coolers (Liebherr)

1 x coffee maker (Nespresso GEMINI7CS220)



1 x dishwasher (Isselbaecher)

1 x icemaker (Bream)

1 x microwave (Sharp 1800W/R232 AM)

13 x refrigerators and freezers

2 x industrial ovens

1 x fryer (Multivac)

1 x electric kitchen (Isselbaecher)

1 x freezer (Polaris)

2 x diswashers



1 x washer and drier (Kenmore)

1 x drier (Electrolux T3530)





1 x AIS (Automatic Identification System) FURUNO FA-150

2 x GPS 1 FURUNO GP-32/1 FURUNO GP-150

1 x Echosounder FURUNO FE-700

1 x Ship log FURUNO DS-80


Navigation System NAVNET FURUNO 1834C-BB, 1934C-BB (with internal radar, sonar and electric interface)

1 x Converter FURUNO AD-100

1 x Gyrocompass ANSCHUTZ Nº SERIE 110-233 NG 001 E10

1 x Automatic Pilot RAYTHEON ANSCHUTZ Nº 102864 NG 003 E00

1 x Magnetic Compass CASSENS & PLATH

1 x Radar FURUNO FR 1510 MK3 (interfaced with automatic pilot)

1 x Radar FURUNO FR 1834C

1 x Sonar FURUNO

1 x Automatic digital direction finder TAIYO TDL 1630

1 x Navigation System MAXSEA (with electronic mapping)


1 x VHF Radio ICOM Model Nº IC-A110

37 x Portable VHF STANDAR HORIZON HX 370 S

03 x Portable Emergency VHF, GMDSS ACR SR-102


1 x RX Navtex FURUNO NX-700A


1 x RLS (Radio beacon) ACR RLB-32



1 x DMC-5 (emergency alarm)





1 x printer

3 x computers (bridge, server)

1 x navigation monitor MAXSEA

4 x Satellite telephones

Satellite internet service





1 x closed circuit TV with 32 cameras

8 x safety rafts (6 x 25, 2 x 16), 150% total capacity

8 x life savers

68 x life vests

10 x wet suits

60 x thermal protectors

1 x RDT (Trip Log)

10 x fireman’s uniforms

7 x individual breathing apparatus

14 x CPR barrier rings

4 x emergency breathing machines AREE

16 x portable fire extinguishers PQS

14 x portable fire extinguishers CO2

6 x portable foam fire extinguishers

4 x portable PQS carts

3 x CO2 back in engine room, kitchen and steam room

12 x pyrotechnics

4 x ROCKETS flare gun

Sprinkler system SPRINKLER

Fire proof doors

2 x hydraulic safety doors

2 x rescue boats ZODIAC RIBO 420

1 x fire alarm system SERVOTEKNIKK





1 x double capstan IBERCISA

2 x anchors, 750 kilos each

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