Arcadia Yachts has announced the sale of hull number four of the 34.99-metre Arcadia 115 to a client in the Middle East.
Ugo Pellegrino, president of Arcadia Yachts commented, “For our yard, the sale of the fourth unit of Arcadia 115 represents an additional crucial business achievement that confirms our production and visionary strategies over this model. The sale of four hulls is a solid step for a ‘niche yard’ like we are.”
Her hull shape, which has been adapted by Arcadia from the designs originated by Britain’s National Physical Laboratory (NPL), allows the 115 to cruise from eight to 17 knots with little changes in trim. Additionally, alongside her two 1200hp engines and optional electric powered propulsion system, she features unique 5kW photovoltaic panes across 60 square metres of her roof, which, Arcadia claims provides sufficient power to run the yacht’s load, while also giving her a futuristic look.
The glass used on board is double-glazed and filled with encapsulated, inert glass, which reportedly gives insulating qualities of a 20cm brick wall.
Pellegrino continued, “In regards to the yacht, it is not necessary to point out that you haven’t seen a yacht like this before. But if you can see from the outside that she offers something different, it’s not until you step aboard that you can appreciate just how radical she really is.”
Her interiors will feature furnishings by Poltrona Frau and other top Italian design brands, as per the new owner’s requests.
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