This strikingly large and slender schooner was built in New York in 1903.
In 1905 she set a transatlantic record of 12 days, 4 hours, and 1 minute.
Unlike the flat out big class racing schooners of the time ATLANTIC was the quintessential cruiser/racer. She had heating, refrigeration, and water heaters. The lobby was finished in marble and the interior was fitted out with the finest mahogany panelling.
Despite all these refinements, her transatlantic record was not broken until 2005, more than 100 years after it was set. She was a truly remarkable schooner.
Our "Atlantic" replica is made from wood with plank by plank construction over internal ribbing. Ropes and sails are already attached to the three masts so all of the hard work has been done. You should allow approximately 20 or 30 minutes to install the masts and hook up the ropes. A comprehensive drawing is supplied.
Two sizes are available (see below) and each comes with its own display stand.