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One of the smallest Azimut models in recent years, the Atlantis 38 is a sophisticated twin-stateroom cruiser whose Italian design and upscale accommodations have much in common with Azimuts larger yachts. Protected by a fiberglass hardtop with manual sliding roof in fabric and stainless steel, the cockpit layout features a sturdy dinette for five people that converts to a sun pad, portside chaise lounge, and wet bar aft of the helm. Below deck, the Atlantis features two ensuite cabins, a nicely integrated galley, and one full head. (Note the glass panel above the galley area.) While the forward stateroom is roomy enough, the aft cabin is a tighter fit with good headroom at the entrance door but far less over the berth. Both cabins have panoramic windows a sign of the times in modern yacht design. Teak decks and a bow thruster were popular options, and the extended swim platform can carry a small tender. The entire cockpit sole lifts on a hydraulic ram for access to the engine compartment. Twin 300hp Volvo D4 diesel I/Os with joystick controls cruise the Atlantis 38 at 2830 knots (mid 30s top).