Arcadia Yachts has announced the sale of a new A105 motor yacht just a few months after the Italian yard first unveiled it publicly.
Arcadia Yachts has announced it has sold an A105, just a few months after it was publicly unveiled.
On board there is a wide focus on al-fresco relaxation spaces.
Arcadia Yachts has created several different interior options that focus on an 'inside-outside' ethic.
The 31.39-metre (103-foot) superyacht, developed in collaboration with Italian studio Hot Lab, has been built on flexibility and seamlessness between interior and exterior spaces, with the utmost respect for the surrounding environment.
The first A105 features Acradia’s trademark masculine lines, which have been reinterpreted in this design to raise the communal guest and al-fresco areas on board.
On board there is a wider focus on al-fresco relaxation throughout, driven by a desire to intensify the contact the boat has with nature, whilst also respecting the surrounding world; as such, the new A105 features large apertures to reduce the need for air conditioning, and solar panels have been integrated into her superstructure.
Interior and exterior spaces on the upper deck are cleverly mixed to create plentiful relaxation areas. Offering just under 30-square-metres of space, the convertible sky lounge opens aft towards the sun lounge to allow another direct contact point with the sea while sheltering the whole aft deck.
Arcadia has created several different interior options that focus on the ‘inside-outside’ ethic and feature ‘contemporary, minimalist décor’ that perfectly complements the bold exterior styling.
On-board accommodation is for up to 10 guests across three double and two twin cabins, while the crew quarters can sleep up to five members of staff.
The A105 has a maximum speed of 18 knots and comfortable cruising at 15 knots, drawing on a total fuel capacity of 15,600 litres.
For more information, visit Arcadia Yachts.